Synopsis: Jay Martin is a 13 year old who is competing for a scholarship with the headmaster's son, Ronny. The headmaster, Mr.Vandusen, steals Jay's presentation and gives it to Ronny. Jay breaks into Ronny's pool house when the Vandusens are gone. Their show dog, Camille, discovers Jay and follows him home. Camille goes crazy and wrecks the Martin's home when she goes too far without her medication...
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family
Director(s): Neal Israel
Production: Disney Channel
91 min


[Dog Barks]




Breakfast Is Ready!

Be Down

In A Second, Mom!

Hey, Morning, Mom.

Morning, Sweetie.

Hey, I Had This

Tight Dream Last Night

That You Made Me

French Toast And Bacon.

You're Good.

Listen, Honey,

I Got A Call

From Aunt Lois

This Morning.

She Is In The Hospital.

What Happened?

Broke Her Ankle.

Heh! Again?

The Other Ankle.

That Woman Was Not

Meant To Ski.

Well, Is She

Gonna Be Ok?

Mmm, She'll Be Fine,

But She Just Can't

Get Around.

I'm Gonna Have To

Go Down There,

And I'll Probably

Have To Stay About A Week.

No Problem, Mom,

I Can Take Care

Of Myself,

And Don't Say

I'm Too Young.

Fine, But Just So

You're Not Lonely,

I've Spoken

With Your Brother

And He's Agreed To Come

Down From Starkwell

To Keep You Company.

Mom! Come On,

Give Me A Break!

Mike's Just Gonna

Yell At Me

And Boss Me Around

All Day.

He Hates Me.

No, He Doesn't.

He Worries About You.

It's Just How

He Shows He Cares.

Well, I'd Be

A Whole Lot Happier

If He Cared Just

A Little Bit Less.

Heh! Look, I'm Gonna

Leave You Enough Money

To Get You

Through Next Week.

There Are Frozen Dinners

In The Freezer.

Use The Money To Buy

Some Healthy Food.

Don't Just Eat Junk Food

All Week, Ok?

Ok. Just 5 Days

Out Of 7.


Listen, I'm Sorry

I'm Going To Miss

The Awards Ceremony


It's Ok, Mom.

I Haven't Won Yet.

And Who Knows--

You Might Not Be

Missing Anything.

I May Stink

Out Loud Today.

I Doubt That,

But No Matter

What Happens...

I Am Very, Very

Proud Of You.

And I Know

Your Dad Would Be

Twice As Proud.


You Don't Think

Dad Would've Been


If I Didn't Go

To Starkwell, Do You?

You Just Win

That Scholarship

To Peterson.

[Military Drums Beating]

[Man Shouting Orders]

Forward March!

Left! Left!

Left, Right, Left!

Left! Left!

Left, Right, Left!

Left, Left,

Platoon, Halt!

Right Face!

Parade Rest!

Now, Gentlemen,

You Are The Sorriest Bunch

Of Invertebrates

It Has Ever Been

My Displeasure

To Be In Command Of!

Your Bunks This Morning

Were Ridiculous!

If You Want To Be

Starkwell Men

You Have Got To Do

Better Than That!


Sergeant Martin?


Colonel Douglas Wants

To See You Asap.


Cadets :


All Right, Sir.

You Wanted

To See Me, Sir?

Cadet Martin,

I Understand Your Squad

Is Close To Failing

The Semester.

It's Not My Fault.

The Guys

Are Just Lazy.

The Squad's

Grades Are Down

Because Of Them,

Not Me, Sir.

At Ease, Mike.

Listen, Son, You Work

Hard Around Here.

You Know Your Regulations

Forwards And Backwards,

But You Don't Know Jack

About Being A Leader.

Being A Leader Is More

Than Just Yelling

And Screaming

And Blaming Everything

On Everybody Else.

These Men Are

Like Your Brothers.

Listen, When

Your Dad Taught Here,

He Told Me Something.

He Said, "A Man

Will Follow Orders

If He Fears You,

But He'll Save Your Life

If He Loves

And Respects You."

Now, Captain Pennick

Told Me About Your

Situation At Home.

I Suggest You Take

This Time Off

And You Seriously Think

About Whether Or Not

You're Suited For A Career

In The Military,

And Believe Me, Son,

It's Not For Everyone.

[Military Drums Beating]

[Rock Music Playing]

Excuse Me. Hand It Over!

This Is A School,

Not A Video Arcade.

Why Do You Think

Your Grades Are Down?

I'm Keeping This.

You Won't Get It Back

Till Next Semester,

If You Get It

Back At All.

Hey, Who's The Lucky Kid

Van Dusen's Picking On


Nina Morris.

She's In My Little

Brother's Class.

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