Abner, the Invisible Dog

Synopsis: It's Chad Sheppard's birthday and he's in for a big surprise! His best friend, Abner, a big furry Sheepdog can suddenly vanish into thin air and can talk too! But Chad already has enough problems fighting off two bullies who want to wreck his chances with the cute girl next door. With the parents out of the house, Chad and Abner have to fight off the bad guys, get the girl, and save the day!
Genre: Comedy, Family
Director(s): Fred Olen Ray
Production: Inception Media Group
90 min



Leave that cat alone,

you silly dog!

Hi, Sophie!

Hi, Chad.

So what's going on up there?

Oh, nothing.

Can I walk with you to school?

Sure. Isn't it

your birthday today?

Yeah. You remembered?

Well, you told me yesterday.


Well, Happy Birthday.

You picked a great day for it.

The sky is so blue today.

Well, actually,

the sky isn't blue.

It's the way the sunlight looks

in the earth's atmosphere.


Yeah, I mean, the sunlight

is different waves,

and each wave

is a different color,

and we see blue when

the white light is scattered

by air molecules.

Wow. You really know a lot.

Yeah, well,

we learned it in class.

Well, we're studying

dinosaurs right now.

Yeah. Dinosaurs are so cool.


Is anything wrong?

No. Everything is fine. Yes.

You're pretty smart,

aren't you?

Yeah, Chad's

a regular Einstein.

A real brainiac.

He should be teaching science

instead of Mr. Schultz.

Right, Chad?

Hi, Kevin. Hi, Josh.


You're dating

the brainiac, Sophie?

We're just talking.

Lay off, Chad.

It's his birthday.

Oh, you hear that, guys?

It's Chad's birthday.

You know what, Chad?

I am so sorry.

Let me guess.

You're 13, right?

That's right.

13's a really unlucky number.

You better be

real careful today.

Sorry about the books, Chad.

Come on, Sophie.

We'll take you to school.

You don't want to be seen

with a dweeb like Chad.

People will start to talk.

One of these days...

Q-96 is stabilized, ma'am.

Good. Put it with

the P-67 prototype.

We've gotta take

good care of these.

You got that right, Jackie.

Schedule the sterilization,


That means lunch.

You got 35 minutes.

Oh, my God. Look!

It's Old Man Jenkins!

He sure is movin' slow today.

I wonder why they

still keep him around.

He can barely lift

a waste paper basket.

He may not have the muscle,

but he's got seniority.

Don't you mean senility?

Don't be so callous, Ed.

We'll all be old someday.

Speak for yourself.

You're on break, Johnson.

You go in 30, Hayes.

Wow. Guess that old geezer moves

a little faster than we thought.

Hey, check this out.

Is that Jenkins?

Has he lost his mind?

Code red! Code red!

Go, guys, go.

- Where'd he go?

- Don't know!

- Hey!

- Hey! Stop!

Hey! Stop!

Hey, come on!

Get back here!

He's in the east corridor.

I'm coming with you.

Hey, hold it, buddy!



Come on, let's go!

Oh, right!

Where'd they go?

Probably gonna switch cars.

It was like taking

candy from a baby.

Wh-Where did you

find candy in there?


You said you took

candy from a baby.

I don't understand how

there'd be candy and an infant

inside a government


Would you just shut up

and pull in over there.


Man, I was a good Jenkins.

I should've been an actor.

All right, I'll stash the stuff.

You find a new set of wheels.

All right, will do.

They couldn't just have

vanished into thin air.

They're around here somewhere.

Pull over.

Welcome to Toy Wonder Shack,

where all your dreams come true.

- Oh!

- I'm sorry. My bad.

I wasn't watching

where I was going.

Can you help me?

I forgot my son's birthday.

I mean, I forgot it until

my wife reminded me of it

20 minutes ago.

You're the expert.

What does

a 13-year-old boy want?

A 13-year-old girl.


I don't know, mister.

I think it kind of

depends on the kid.

His birthday's now.

Like today.

I have to buy him

the best present ever.

Something really special.

I bet this place goes crazy

at Christmas.

I mean, how often

does a kid turn 13?


Science! My boy Chad

loves science.

Do you have

any science toys?

Near the back.


Can you go ahead...

Sorry, buddy!

That's my chemistry set.

I think you're mistaken.

I just bought it for my son.

Why don't you

get another one?

I can't. It's the last one

in the store.

Well, I'm sorry,

but this one is mine.

Hey, hey, easy, easy, guys.

This is a toy store.

Hey, you stay out of it,


Um... you know what?

I couldn't help but overhear.

You got a kid, right?

Yeah. Today's his birthday,

and I'm running late,

so if you'll excuse me.

Well, uh, buddy, um...

I got a kid, too.

Uh, little Janey.

She's so cute.

- And she loves chemistry.

- Ha.


you don't wanna break a little

girl's heart, now, do you?

No, I... But you can

buy her something else.

You know what? I can't because

she wants this chemistry set.


Look, I don't wanna

have to say this, but...

she's injured.

She crashed a car.

Your little girl

was driving a car?

She was hitchhiking.

- Oh.

- Oh.

- Yeah.

- I'm sorry.


Well, best of luck

to you and Janey.


Your little hitchhiking girl.

Right, right. Um...

Hey, you know what?

You know what I loved

when I was a kid? Money.


Who didn't love money?

I bet your son would love

some cold, hard cash

for his birthday.

Right? And then he could

buy whatever he wants.

So what'd you pay for that?

What, 20 bucks?

I will give you 50.

What am I sayin'?

How about 100?

- Yeah!

- All right!

How about 150?


Will you take a check?


Give me that chemistry set!

Um, um...

I'm sorry. Excuse me.

Can you giftwrap that for me?

You got it.

Kane. It's me.

Did you get the wheels?

Good. Meet me on

the corner of Third.

Near that place.

All right.

There's nobody in here.

Let's go.

We gotta keep looking.

Come on.

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Pat Moran

Patrick Joseph Moran (February 7, 1876 – March 7, 1924) was an American professional baseball player and manager. He was a catcher in Major League Baseball from 1901 to 1914. Then he became a manager and led two teams to their first-ever modern-era National League championships: the 1915 Philadelphia Phillies and the 1919 Cincinnati Reds. Moran's 1919 Reds also captured their first World Series championship. more…

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