Dancer and the Dame

Average rating: 3.6
1 hr 30 min

Is it too late for an old dog to learn new tricks? Rick finds out as he em-barks on the case of a lifetime.

Dancer and the Dame

Recommended Age: 12+

Biblical/moral worldview, an unlikely bond forms between the protagonist and his canine partner; an antagonist guilty of greed and deception is brought to justice, the protagonist becomes less cynical and more caring, a prayer is spoken in which pride is confessed and urgent help is requested, and an act of near self-sacrifice happens during the climax; no foul language, but a b-word spoken during Dancer’s favorite television show is barely bleeped out; Princess twice has a flashback in which her former partner is shot to death with a machine gun (no blood is shown, but holes are seen in his chest), a bunch of characters get knocked out with punches or objects such as a pan (one is said to have been sent to a hospital after being rendered unconscious), Skanz shoots someone in the foot, Princess pounces on and bites at bad guys, a car explodes when rigged with a bomb, a character is wounded by gun shots; no sexual content; no nudity; no alcohol use; no smoking or drug use; and, Dancer often releases his temper by making sarcastic wisecracks, he extorts information from someone, he lies when questioned by an FBI agent, Skanz’s scheme involves importing counterfeit money, name-calling such as "pinhead" and "tool" is heard.


Dancer and the Dame


CastBilly Gardell, David A.R. White, Eva LaRue, James Denton

WritingTommy Blaze

Directed byGabriel Sabloff

ProductionMichael Scott, David A.R. White, Russell Wolfe, Anna Zielinski