The Karate Dog

Synopsis: When LAPD computer expert Peter Fowler investigates the killing of an old man in Chinatown, he finds the only witness is his dog, Cho Cho. But Fowler soon discovers Cho Cho is the only dog in the world who can speak to humans... not only that, Cho Cho is an expert in martial arts. When they join forces to track down the mastermind behind the death of Cho Cho's master, it leads these unusual partners into uncovering a dangerous conspiracy which puts both of their lives in danger.
Genre: Action, Comedy, Crime
Director(s): Bob Clark
Production: Crystal Sky Entertainment
84 min
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[electronic beeping]

[electronic female voice]

You have requested

access to Lot 99.

Access code, please.

You have requested

access to Lot 99.

Access code, please.

Access denied.


security breach.

security breach.

security breach.





[alarm whooping]

[cats yowling]

[garbage can crashing]

[mysterious music]

[fire crackling]

Look, Cho Cho,

a letter from my brother.

He seems to know

always what I'm thinking.

Why can I never

find my glasses?

(Cho Cho)

I'll get 'em.

Ah, my dear brother.

Here you go, boss.


Thank you, thank you.

And I thought I was the one

supposed to take

car of you, hmm?


Don't speak.

Remember all that

I taught you, Cho Cho.

Words are precious.

Use them only for truth.

Look, this was Tibet.


Is that Hamilton?

Hamilton, my favorite student.


Oh, boy, this was such

a long time ago.

[rattling at the door]


Now, stay.

(Cho Cho)

W-where you going?


Okay, but I don't like this.

Shhh, shhh.

Stay here, Cho Cho.

I need you safe.

I need you safe too.

What are you do...?


[ominous music]



Mr. Li.

You have something

that belongs to us.


If you give us

simple cooperation,

your loyalty will be

rewarded a hundred fold.

How can you take something

so good, so pure,

just for

your personal greed?

You should be

ashamed of yourself.

Bring him along.



[suspenseful music]







[loud crash]


[Chin coughing]


Sorry it had to end

this way.

(Cho Cho)


Hey, get your

stinking paws off him.

[loud crash]



Cho Cho?

Right here.



Cho Cho.

Take him.

[suspenseful music]




[yelping frantically]



Cho Cho.

Cho Cho.

[breathing heavily]

[phones ringing]

State the nature

of your emergency.

[Cho Cho over phone]

Will you please hurry?

He's dying.

Who's dying?


My friend.

He's dying.

Stay calm,

help is on the way.

Can I have your name, please?

Sir, may I have

your name, please?


Remember to

protect the dogs.

Speak only to one

who seeks the truth.

I love you, dear friend.


[melancholy music]

[siren whooping]


Well, well, well,

look who's here.

So the Laptop Cop

is getting his hands

dirty out in the field, huh?

Ha, ha, ha, it's funny.

We're all cops, guys.

I just use technology

as my weapon.


Keep your eye

on the car, Gonzalez.

It's a classic.


Step back, Fowler.

Real cops go first.


Wow, a real corpse.


Davis, did you dust right here?




Oh, excuse me.



You remember me?

Y... you taught my new technology

seminar at the academy.

Yes, of course.

How could I forget?

3, 4.

3, 4?

Third row, fourth seat...

You always sat there.

I'm impressed.

Excuse me for interrupting

your important conversation,

but we've

got work to do.

Well, he's right.

I probably should

get to work.



Computer Fowler,

caller code:


[electronic female voice]

Hi, Peter.

So we're on a case?

Okeydokey, let your

fingers do the walking.

You and your computerized

date want to be alone?

Oh, I was just making it,

you know, user-friendly.

It's their first date.

Give him a break.


Maybe he'll get lucky.


[modem dialing in]

What's COLAR?


Stands for Criminology Online

Analysis Research.

COLAR searches

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