Snow Buddies

Synopsis: In this spin-off of the Air Bud franchise, five pups follow an ice cream transport truck to a plane and end up flying with the ice cream shipment to Alaska. There they find a pup friend and a boy who needs five dogs for a big race.
Genre: Adventure, Family
Director(s): Robert Vince
Production: Disney
  1 nomination.
87 min

[Air howling]

[Man's voice] There's a time in a pup's

life when they realize there are forces

greater than themselves

at work in the universe.

Forces which can't be

seen or touched, but only felt.

And although life may lead you

where you least expect,

you can have faith that it's

where you were meant to be.

[Indistinct chattering]


Master Bartleby, we must hurry, sir,

or we'll be late for school.


- Bye, Budderball.

- Yes.

- Uh-uh-uh.

- [Whines]

Yes, yes, come on.


Thanks, Budderball.

He would have missed

our favorite subject... lunch.

[Grunting, panting]

Oh, yeah, cowabunga!


Whoa, Mudbud, dude, give it back!

- [Panting]

- [Barking]

Got you! Come on.

- No! Come here.

- [Horn honking]


- See you later.

- [Indistinct chatter]

Bye, Mudbud.

The dude's finally

learning how to hang loose.

[Gasps] That's perfect.

What would I do without you, Rosebud?

- [Whining]

- [Chuckling]

[Indistinct chatter]

[Girl] Alice, over here.

Alice, you're my very best friend.


[all] Ohm...

[all continue chanting]

Time for school, Buddha.

I think the boy has found

his inner peace. Namaste.

A little one-on-one

before school, B-Dawg?


Yo, nothin' but net!



I must be contagious, 'cause

he's catching cool like it was a cold.


The chase is on!

OK, Noah, let's go. Come on.

Let's go. Henry, whoa.

Hey, come on in.

- Hey, how'd that math test go?

- Um... It was good.

Yeah? Molly, how are the Buddies?

I know.

Hey, Noah. Come on,

we're gonna be late.

Don't worry. We got

seven minutes till first bell.

Dude. Our record is eight and a half.

- Come on, we'll be late.

- I know, come one.

Come on, Buddy.

- Come on.

- [Panting]

I was going to drive you.


- [Gasps]

- [Hissing]

- Miss Mittens.

- No, you didn't!

- Chasing one of my little kittens.

- [Stuttering] I wasn't chasing.

I was escorting.

Yeah, escorting.

I have a good mind

to swat you upside the head.

What's wrong with you?

I just remembered... I'm late

for a date with my posse. Uh, see you!

- [Hissing]

- [Meows]

[Mittens] If I catch you,

nine lives won't be enough.

Oh, yeah! I was first.

Sisters rule and brothers drool.

- No way, dudette. I was here first.

- I'm calling for an instant replay.


Yo, dawgs, is the coast clear?

B-Dawg, what are you hiding from now?

Who, me? I'm not hiding.

I was just thinking

let's play some hide and seek.

[All] Huh?

Seeking truth is a

great start to our day.

- Ohm...

- Whatever, you're "it."

Dude, don't forget to

come find us after ten ohms.


- Ohm...

- Ice cream!



Ready or not,

your destiny awaits. Here I come!

Budderball, I see you!

Budderball, stop!

[Rosebud] Budderball!

- Dude, where are you going?

- Budderball, come back here.

Hold up, dawg.

Oh, sweet mama!

[Mudbud] That pup's

got a one-track stomach.

Buddha, Mudbud, we'll grab Budderball.

B-Dawg, you're on the lookout.

If the delivery guy comes back,

bark twice to warn us. Got it?

If the delivery guy comes back,

I'll deliver him

the tail whooping of his life.


- [Slurping]

- Budderball, where are you?


Hey, guys, check it out.

Free ice cream!

I ain't scared of nothing.

- [Hissing]

- Ah! Miss Mittens!

What are you doing here?

You're supposed to be on the lookout.

I thought I could

protect you better from in here.

Uh... Now what are we

going to do, Mr. Fraidy Cat?

Chill, Rosebud.

This might not be so bad after all.

I mean, they've got mud pie ice cream.

I choose the rocky road less traveled.

Maybe I'll have a teensy weensy

little bit of strawberry.


- [Female] Must have just missed them.

- Probably up to their usual mischief.

Let's look around town for them.

Hey, fellas.

Got a shipment for Ferntiuktuk.

Just waiting on the ice cream,

and then we're ready to fly.

[Yawning loudly]

So full... I can barely stay awake.


[Grunts] Ow.

[All snoring]

Perfect fit.

- [Grunting]

- Get it in there.

[All continue snoring]

That's a clear take-off, Control. We're

on our way to the Great White North.

Adam Bilson's sled

is moving faster than ever before.

He might be the greatest musher

in all of Alaska.

His best friend, Shasta,

is the most amazing lead dog ever.

Together they cannot be stopped!

Here they come towards the finish line.

- The crowd's never been so excited.

- [Whines]

It's super amazing. It's...

Adam! Time for school!


Come on, Shasta.

[Wind howling]


You have a good day.

There's a new shipment in today.

Can you help me out a bit

at the store after school?

Then we'll go straight to your game.

- See you later.

- Bye, honey.

You go straight to school now.


Straight, with one small detour.

Come on, Shasta.


- Guys, wake up.

- [All] Hmm?

- We fell asleep!

- Huh?

Where are we at, dawg?

- [Buddha] I see the light.

- Huh?

[Rosebud] Buddha, where are you going?

I think I see

white fluffy things floating by.

Kind of like

we're flying through clouds.

Buddha, why are you

always gotta be trippin'?

Oh. Let me see.

[B-Dawg] Stop your pushing.

[Grunts] Give a fella a paw up.

[Keeps straining]

[All] Don't pull his paw!

- [Flatulence]

- Disgusting!

Aw, shucks.

[Sniffing] Oh! Oh, man,

did you cut the cheese?

Hey! Whoever smelt it dealt it, buddy.

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Robert Vince

Robert Vince is a Canadian director, producer, writer and screenwriter. He has been involved in movie production since the late 1980s and has been directing movies since 2000. Vince specializes in directing movies that feature animals playing sports, such as MVP: Most Valuable Primate, the Air Buddies series, and Chestnut: Hero of Central Park. He's also William Vince's brother. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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