Synopsis: ROBO-DOG is a real-world fantasy film for the whole family. When Tyler's furry best friend dies tragically, his inventor Dad creates a new dog to take his place - complete with mechanical powers and robotic abilities to keep everyone on their toes.
Genre: Family, Sci-Fi
Director(s): Jason Murphy
Production: Prism Pictures
87 min


My name is Tyler Austin,

And this is my dog...

his name is... Dog

I know that may seem like

a weird name, but...

when I was little,

that's what I used to call him.

So, my Mom and Dad

started calling him Dog too

Dog's been around

since as long as I can remember.

We love doing everything together.

He also likes to play fetch,

chase cars, dig holes in the yard:

oh, and he can do

some pretty cool tricks.

I've heard that dogs

are man's best friend.

Well, Dog is not

only my best friend.

He is the greatest friend

I could ever have

and nothing can in the world

ever replace him

Happy Birthday

to the Greatest dog in the world.

Aw, man.

I spelled Birthday wrong.

Where were you on that one?

All done... Time for bed.

Twelve oh seven.

You know what that means?

It's officially your Birthday


I can give you this now.

Come on Dog.

Come on. Come on.

Happy birthday Buddy.

I love you.

Good morning, Dog

I know what Want.

You wanna go outside,

don't you boy?

Well let's wake up mommy, huh?

Hey, Mommy?

- Good morning.

- Morning we have a visitor.

Good morning Dog!

- It's his Birthday Today.

- Oh, that's right.

- It is his birthday today.

- Gimme kiss. Kiss.

Go take Dog outside

sso he can do his business.

- C'mon, I'm gonna get breakfast ready.

- Oh, it's early isn't it?

It's early.

Rise and shine honey.

Let's get that fixed this week.

Yes, dear.

Hey Tom can you put that stuff away,

please? Breakfast is almost ready.

I'm on the verge of figuring

this thing out.

Put it away.

Later, please.

Oh. Hey, dog.

Thanks, for the paper buddy.

I'll tell you what sweetheart

This one is gonna make you proud.

We're talking front page news.

I'm proud

of my super genius husband

- Is Tyler up yet?

- Newsflash. No.

Dog, go get Tyler?

Just give me a more minutes.

Here, go play with squeaks.

Ok. Ok, I'm up.

Not at the table.

Please let me eat with you. I love you all

so much, and besides, it's my birthday.


- Oh, listen to your mother.

- Sorry, boy, down.

What's going on with that

super-secret project of yours?

- It's going pretty well.

- So, what's the surprise?

- It's a surprise.

- Very cute.

It's a video I made.

Hey, I want to show it tonight.

Can I borrow your projector?

I want it big.

Course you can It's up in the attic.

I have to get to the office.

- You don't want to be late for work.

- I won't

- And you don't be late for school.

- I won't.

May I be excused?


- Can I have soda with my lunch?

- Sure you can.

- Can I skip school today?

- Sure.


Wise guy!

Go get ready for school!

Fine, come on boy.

Come on.


I'm looking in the attic.

Trying to find your projector.

- C'mon, we're gonna be late.

- Okay.

Can you please be quiet?

I can't concentrate.


Here you are.

C'mon dog. C'mon.


Tyler, c'mon.

- Yes, Dad. Coming.

- There you are.

Did you find it?

- Yes.

- Great.

- Did you put the ladder away?

- Yup.

Way to go son, we're off.

What'ya working on?

- Can you keep a secret?

- No.

It's a high end power source that

continually charges itself using kinetic energy



it's a recharging super battery.

Oh, yeah. I... I knew that.

Hey I've been working

on solar powered scissors.

Oh? Yeah.

So, instead of using your hands,

they'repowered by the sun?

Well, uh, you still need your hands,

but... you know the motor helps you.


- Hey, what's this?

- Hey!

That is a robot.

And, if my calculations are correct,

once install the

self-charging super battery...

like so.

It should never run out of power.

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