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45 Amazing Poodle Movies. Famous Poodles in Movies

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Last updated on April 21st, 2022 at 08:37 pm


Poodles and Movies

As one of the friendliest dog breeds out there, poodles love to be around you nearly every second of their life. That means that if you’re a huge couch potato that loves to binge movie after movie, chances are that your poodle’s gonna be spending a lot of time watching movies, too. So, why don’t you repay your poodle for all the time it’s spent watching what you wanna watch, and put on something that’ll interest them instead? 

And, if you want to interest a poodle, what better way is there than to watch a movie with a poodle in it?

To help you plan your poodle watch party, we’ve compiled this list of forty-five movies with poodles in them. Some of these movies have poodles in prominent roles or as important characters while others simply have a poodle in the background of a shot or two. We’ve included movies from all sorts of genres and decades, meaning that whether your poodle is a hardcore horror fan or a fan of classic 50s movie musicals, there’s something that should pique their curiosity. 

So, let’s get through this list of movies with poodles so that you can spend some quality bonding time watching a flick with your furry friend.

Great Poodle Movies

1. 100% Wolf

The poster for 100% Wolf.

Release Year: 2020

Genre: Animated adventure/comedy

IMBD Movie Rating: 5.7/10 (330 reviews)

Movie Rating: PG

Duration: 1 hour, 36 minutes

Summary of Movie: Freddy Lupin comes from a long family of werewolves, and he’s been waiting all his life to be able to transform into a ferocious wolf. His dreams are crushed when he turns into not a wolf, but a little poodle! Now, he has to prove his worth to his pack.

Role of Poodle in Movie: Poodle lovers will be happy to see that the poodle is the main character of this movie! Although Freddy is originally not happy with being a poodle, he learns to accept himself.  Freddy uses his poodle powers to his advantage and saves the day!

Why you should watch 100% Wolf  with your poodle: This movie gives poodles the respect that they deserve! You and your poodle will be able to see a poodle saving the day like any other dog. 

Click here to watch 100% Wolf on Amazon!

The pack isn`t the nicest to Freddy at the start.

2. Mr. Too Little

The poster for Mr. Too Little.

Release Year: 1978

Genre: Family; Drama

IMBD Movie Rating: 4.9/10.0 (12 reviews)

Movie Rating: Not Rated

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes

Summary of Movie: A small poodle, Mr. Too Little, and a large Bengal Tiger, Mr. Too Much, are tired of their life as circus performers. They escape, leading their owners on a huge chase to find them. While they do, the two animals go on wild adventure after adventure.

Role of Poodle in Movie: The movie is about the titular Mr. Too Little poodle. Mr. Too Little is talented, well-trained, and intelligent. He’s extremely charming every time he’s on screen and makes the movie absolutely delightful.

Why you should watch Mr. Too Little with your poodle: It’s already rare enough for poodles to have a prominent role in most movies nowadays, but it was even rarer back in the day! Give this film a shot if you’re interested in an older, poodle-starring flick.

Click here to watch Mr. Too Little on Amazon!

3. Look Who’s Talking Now

The poster for Look Who`s Talking Now.

Release Year: 1993

Genre: Romantic Comedy

IMBD Movie Rating: 4.4/10 (27,271 reviews)

Movie Rating: PG-13

Duration: 1 hour, 35 minutes

Summary of Movie: Look Who’s Talking Now is the finale of a series that started with 1989’s movie Look Who’s Talking. While the previous movies featured a talkative set of babies, this film is narrated by two dogs, Rocks and Daphne. This film revolves around a family getting through obstacle after obstacle to stick together for Christmas.

Role of Poodle in Movie: Daphne the poodle plays a super prominent role in Look Who’s Talking Now as the new friend and comedic partner to Rocks, the main character. Throughout every scene, they riff off each other and make fun of the incompetent humans around them. At the end of the movie, Daphne uses various skills that Rock taught her to save his life.  

Why you should watch Look Who’s Talking Now with your poodle: If you’re looking for a nice family Christmas movie for you and your poodle to watch, Look Who’s Talking Now might be right up your ally. Let’s just hope that your poodle is kinder to you than the dogs in the movie!

Click here to watch Look Who`s Talking Now on Amazon!

A photo of Daphne, the poodle comrade of Rocks.

4. Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2

The poster for Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2.

Release Year: 2011

Genre: Family; Comedy

IMBD Movie Rating: 4.2/10.0 (3,335 reviews)

Movie Rating: G

Duration: 1 hour, 25 minutes

Summary of Movie: Papi and Chloe return in this direct-to-video sequel. They’ve expanded their family a fair bit, and they’re prepared to defend it. To save their owner’s house, they enter the Beverly Hills Dog Show for a shot to win a huge cash prize. 

Role of Poodle in Movie: One of the villain of the movies is Appoline, a French poodle that belongs to the main antagonist. She has a large, groomed coat that matches her owner. She competes against the other dogs with her amazing paw-painting skills. 

Why you should watch Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2 with your poodle: Appoline may be a villain, but she’s a fun one, and your poodle won’t help but be able to root for her at least a little bit. 

Click here to watch Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2 on Amazon!

Don`t be fooled; there`s hatred in that gaze,

5. Oliver & Company

The poster for Oliver & Company.

Release Year: 1988

Genre: Family

IMBD Movie Rating: 6.7/10.0 (42,821 reviews)

Movie Rating: G

Duration: 1 hour, 14 minutes

Summary of Movie: This cute film is an animated adaptation of Charles Dickens’s Oliver Twist. Oliver is an orphaned cat that is taken in by a gang of thieving, down-on-their-luck dogs. Things start looking up for him though when he gets adopted by the rich, young Emily. 

Role of Poodle in Movie: In the later portions of the movie, a poodle named Georgette is introduced. She’s fancy, graceful, and glamorous, and is clearly used to living the high life. She even gets her own music numbers, including one called “Perfect isn’t Easy.”

Why you should watch Oliver & Company with your poodle: This animated musical is the perfect fit for any dog or owner looking for a feel-good, sing-a-long romp. Plus, Georgette has a pretty fun and prominent role throughout the second half of the musical!

Click here to watch Oliver & Company on Amazon!

Look kids, perfect isn`t easy,

6. The Duke

The poster for The Duke.

Release Year: 1999

Genre: Family; Comedy; Drama

IMBD Movie Rating: 4.4/10,0 (457 reviews)

Movie Rating: G

Duration: 1 hour, 28 minutes

Summary of Movie:  An English duke is particularly upset with his dishonest, greedy nephew. So, rather than leave anything to him, he gives his entire estate to his dog. But the evil nephew won’t give up that easily. 

Role of Poodle in Movie: One of the secondary antagonists of the movie is a Standard Poodle. The main dog in this movie has a romantic relationship with a Basset Hound. The poodle repeatedly tries to steal away his affections throughout the film.

Why you should watch The Duke with your poodle: The poodle in The Duke is by no means a flattering depiction, but you and your dog may still find plenty to love in this canine romp. 

Click here to watch The Duke on Amazon!

This poodle`s a homewrecker in her own right.

7. Best in Show

The poster for Best in Show.

Release Year: 2000

Genre: Comedy, Mockumentary 

IMBD Movie Rating: 7.4/10 (54,635 reviews)

Movie Rating: PG-13

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes

Summary of Movie: This film seeks to poke fun at the culture around high-end dog competitions. Presented like a documentary, the movie follows the owners of five different dogs competing in a dog show. Who will win?

Role of Poodle in Movie: One of the main competitors in the dog show is a Standard Poodle named Rhapsody in White. This poodle is owned by a married couple going through a strained spot of their relationship. As they get the poodle prepped for competition, their relationship becomes more and more dysfunctional!

Why you should watch Best in Show with your poodle: You and your poodle will find yourself rooting for Rhapsody in White’s victory…even if the poodle’s owners have something to work out!

Click here to watch Best in Show on Amazon!

Rhapsody in White and their two owners.

8. The Emperor Waltz

The poster for The Emperor Waltz.

Release Year: 1948

Genre: Musical; Comedy

IMBD Movie Rating: 6.1/10.0 (1,440 reviews)

Movie Rating: Approved

Duration: 1 hour, 46 minutes

Summary of Movie: A salesman is looking to strike it rich by selling the gramophone. He hatches up a plot to sell the record player to Austria’s emperor, Franz Joseph. At the same time, he ends up falling in love—with the emperor’s niece.

Role of Poodle in Movie: Both the salesman and the emperor’s niece have their own dogs. The salesman has a mixed American dog, while the niece has a fancy black poodle befitting of her class. While our main characters fall in love, so do their dogs!

Why you should watch The Emperor Waltz  with your poodle: Between the charming songs, lovely characters, and poodle-based romance arc, you and your poodle will find plenty to love in this movie.  

Click here to watch The Emperor Waltz on Amazon!

The poodle love interest of the main character`s dog,

9. Babe: Pig in the City

The poster for Babe: Pig in the City.

Release Year: 1998

Genre: Adventure; Comedy

IMBD Movie Rating: 5.7/10.0 (31,196 reviews)

Movie Rating: PG

Duration: 1 hour, 37 minutes

Summary of Movie: Babe is a hard-working country pig that’s good at his job on the farm. However, after his farmer gets injured and is unable to work, Babe must take it upon himself to save his home. The answer: to go to the big city. 

Role of Poodle in Movie: In one scene of the movie, Babe saves several stray cats and dogs. One of these dogs is a dyed-pink poodle with a southern-belle accent. By the end of the movie, the poodle falls in love with another dog and produces a litter of puppies.

Why you should watch Babe: Pig in the City  with your poodle: Isn’t it nice to say a movie where a poodle can do more than just stay on the leash of a rich person? Your poodle is sure to appreciate that, as well as the rest of the charm that this movie has to offer.

Click here to watch Babe: Pig in the City on Amazon!

Babe with our team of strays, including the pink-dyed poodle.

10. Heidi 4 Paws

The poster for Heidi 4 Paws.

Release Year: 2009

Genre: Family

IMBD Movie Rating: 4.9/10.0 (123 reviews) 

Movie Rating: G

Duration: 1 hour, 8 minutes

Summary of Movie: The classic tale gets a fresh, furry twist! Young, orphaned Heidi is sent to live with her grandfather in the mountains. However, despite loving her new life, she’s swept away again to live in the city. Heidi will do whatever she needs to to get back to her grandfather.  

Role of Poodle in Movie: A butler in the movie is played by a lovely, graceful poodle. The butler is by no means a major character, but has a pretty prominent role.  In addition, there’s a scene in which several poodles dance with one another on stage with amazing coordination. 

Why you should watch Heidi 4 Paws with your poodle: With a lovely cast of pooches of all different varieties (including quite a few poodles!), you and your poodle are sure to find something to love in this canine-remake of this beloved story.

Click here to watch Heidi 4 Paws on Amazon!

A photo of the refined poodle butler.

11. Elvira, Mistress of the Dark

Poster for Elvira, Mistress of the Dark.

Release Year: 1988

Genre: Horror; Comedy

IMBD Movie Rating: 6.6/10.0 (13,123)

Movie Rating: PG-13

Duration: 1 hour, 36 minutes

Summary of Movie: The townsfolk want to burn her at the stake. Her uncle’s an evil villain. All Elvira wanted to do was get some money for her Los Vegas act, but life had other plans for her.

Role of Poodle in Movie: Elvira inherits a rundown house and a white poodle. The poodle is named Algonquin, but Elvira nicknames her Gonk. In a twist, Gonk is actually the familiar of a witch in the town!

Why you should watch Elvira, Mistress of the Dark with your poodle: Even if your poodle won’t turn into a familiar and you won’t become a witch, Elvira, Mistress of the Dark has plenty to adore. If nothing else, maybe this Halloween you and your poodle can dress up as Elvira and Gonk!

Click here to watch Elvia, Mistress of the Dark on Amazon!

It`s a wild look, but I`m sure it`ll catch on!

12. Zoolander

The poster for Zoolander.

Release Year: 2001

Genre: Action; Comedy

IMBD Movie Rating: 6.5/10.0 (242,986 reviews)

Movie Rating: PG-13

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes

Summary of Movie: Derek Zoolander was the top male fashion model. However, when he’s beat out by an up-and-coming star, he retires from the profession altogether. Meanwhile, a sinister company is looking for a male model to brainwash into assassinating the Prime Minister of Malaysia. 

Role of Poodle in Movie: The main villain in the movie is Jacobi Mugatu, an extravagant  fashion designer. In every scene with Jacobi, his poodle is with him. The poodle does not get to have a particular well-developed role, but they’re on screen often.

Why you should watch Zoolander with your poodle: Poodles being a background accessory is nothing revolutionary, but this film should have enough comedy and intrigue to keep your and your poodle interested.

Click here to watch Zoolander on Amazon!

An evil, fashionable little pair.

13. Frankenweenie

The poster for Frankenweenie.

Release Year: 1984

Genre: Comedy; Drama

IMBD Movie Rating: 7.3/10.0 (11,099 reviews)

Movie Rating: PG

Duration: 29 minutes

Summary of Movie: This short Tim Burton classic is a reimagining of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. A young boy struggles with the loss of his dog to a car accident. But, after learning about nerve impulses, he uses science to bring his pooch back to life. 

Role of Poodle in Movie: The main character’s dog falls in love with a poodle in this movie. The poodle is meant to be a clear reference to the Bride of Frankenstein. She even has a hairstyle similar to that of the Bride! 

Why you should watch Frankenweenie with your poodle: Us humans love romance stories about vampires, werewolves, etc. Is it that wild to think that poodles like romance movies about Frankenstein? Maybe, but give this movie a shot anyways!

Click here to watch Frankenweenie on Amazon!

What a cute little couple!

14. Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?

The poster for Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?

Release Year: 1957

Genre: Comedy; Romance

IMBD Movie Rating: 7.0/10.0 (3,034 reviews)

Movie Rating: Not Rated

Duration: 1 hour, 33 minutes

Summary of Movie: Rock Hunter is a writer for an advertisement agency that’s about to lose its biggest client. To save their deal, he hatches a plot to get a famous actress to model the lipstick. She agrees on one condition: Rock has to pretend to date her.

Role of Poodle in Movie: The main female lead has a poodle with her in nearly any scene. Being the fashion icon that she is, she coordinates all of her outfits with her poodle! The poodle gets to wear long robes, is dyed with bright polka dots, and generally gets to be glamorous.   

Why you should watch Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter with your poodle: It’s by no means abnormal for poodles to be shown as fancy and trendy in movies. That said, rarely do any movies go as far as this movie does with this poodle’s various outfits. Maybe your poodle can pick up some fashion tips?

Click here to watch Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter on Amazon!

The yellow`s a bit gaudy, but, hey, it was the 50s, what can you do?

15. The Secret Life Of Pets 

The poster of The Secret Life of Pets.

Release Year: 2016

Genre: Family Comedy

IMBD Movie Rating: 6.5/10 (179,629)

Movie Rating: PG

Duration: 1 hour, 27 minutes

Summary of Movie: Ever wonder what your furry little friends are doing when you’re not looking? This cute animated film sets out to explore just that! After his owner adopts a new dog, Max has to learn how to deal with his jealousy while on a wild, hilarious adventure. 

Role of Poodle in Movie: This flick stars a minor poodle named Leonard, who you may have seen in the trailers. Leonard is a punk, fun-loving dog that loves to blast loud music. Although Leonard never talks, at the end of the movie our main characters go to a party at his apartment. 

Why you should watch Secret Life of Pets with your poodle: Although Leonard the poodle doesn’t have the largest role, you and your pet may still be delighted to see the charming animal world that this movie offers. Just be careful that your poodle doesn’t get addicted to partying!

Click here to watch The Secret Life of Pets on Amazon!

A photo of Leonard at his house party near the end of the movie.

16. White Chicks

The poster for White Chicks.

Release Year: 2004

Genre: PG-13

IMBD Movie Rating: 5.6/10.0 (128,263 reviews) 

Movie Rating: PG-13

Duration: 1 hour, 49 minutes

Summary of Movie: Two FBI agents nearly lose their job after messing up a sting operation. They’re given one chance at salvation if they chauffeur two rich white women to an event. But, after the two women refuse to go outside, the men take it upon themselves to go to the event in disguise.

Role of Poodle in Movie: When disguised as the women, one of the agents carries around a cute little poodle in a purse. After being provoked into some conflict, one of the men hands his bag to the other yelling “Hold my poodle!” This line instantly became iconic among fans and poodle-lovers alike.

Why you should watch White Chicks with your poodle: Hopefully, watching White Chicks will help you convince your poodle to let you carry it around while going into fights. It’ll give you a nice boost of confidence!

Click here to watch White Chicks on Amazon!

You heard her, hold her poodle!

17. Big Fish

The poster for Big Fish.

Release Year: 2003

Genre: Fantasy; Drama

IMBD Movie Rating: 8.0/10.0 (409,218 reviews)

Movie Rating: PG-13

Duration: 2 hour, 5 minutes

Summary of Movie: Because of his tendency to tell seemingly exaggerated stories, William had a strained relationship with his dad. Even on his deathbed, his dad continues to tell him wild tales of his life. But when William begins to investigate these stories, he finds out that his dad’s life might have been less clear-cut than he thought.

Role of Poodle in Movie: One of the stories of William’s dad’s past involves a wacky circus troupe. One of these members of the troupe includes a clown named Soggy Bottoms, who has a large costume belly. Inside that belly sits a cute little poodle named Asa. 

Why you should watch Big Fish with your poodle: Big Fish offers a fanatical yet touching story about the relationship between a son and his dying father. If you and your poodle don’t mind a few waterworks, it may very well be for you!

Click here to watch Big Fish on Amazon!

A nice little compartment for a cute little poodle…The clown`s a bit scary, though.

18. Berserk!

The poster for Berserk!

Release Year: 1967

Genre: Horror; Thriller; Mystery

IMBD Movie Rating: 5.3/10.0 (1,779 reviews) 

Movie Rating: Approved

Duration: 1 hour, 36 minutes

Summary of Movie: Ringmistress Monica Rivers runs a pretty tight ship with her circus. After a tightrope walker suffers an unfortunate “accident,” she barely even shows any emotion. That all changes when death after death piles up at the circus.

Role of Poodle in Movie: There’s an extended scene in which several poodles perform for a crowd at the circus. They jump, dance, and even balance on balls! It’s a rather delightful scene in an otherwise less-than-delightful movie! 

Why you should watch Berserk with your poodle: Does your poodle enjoy the circus? Alternatively, does your poodle enjoy grizzly, ironic murders? If they enjoy either of these, you might want to give Berserk! a shot! 

Click here to watch Berserk! on Amazon

A poodle balancing on a ball for the circus`s audience to see.

19. Edward Scissorhands

The poster for Edward Scissorhands.

Release Year: 1990

Genre: Romance; Fantasy; Drama

IMBD Movie Rating: 7.9/10.0 (438,187 reviews)

Movie Rating: PG-13

Duration: 1 hour, 45 minutes

Summary of Movie: A scientist builds a gentle, compassionate artificial human being. However, just before he’s able to finish building him, the scientist dies, leaving the human with a horrifying appearance and long scissors for hands. Still, horrifying as his surface may be, the creation is nothing short of human and genuine.

Role of Poodle in Movie: There’s a scene in which a neighbor of Edward asks him to cut her poodle’s hair. He does such a great job that soon the entire suburbs are coming to him with their poodles! You get to see a nice array of cute, fluffy, ungroomed poodles in this lovely scene. 

Why you should watch Edward Scissorhands with your poodle: A lot of poodles are easily scared by the groomers. Would seeing Edward quickly cut the dogs’ hair alleviate those fears, or worsen them? Find out by watching this classic film!

Click here to watch Edward Scissorhands on Amazon!

Edward cuts the hair of various suburban poodles.

20. Sweet November

The poster for Sweet November.

Release Year: 2001

Genre: Romance

IMBD Movie Rating: 6.7/10.0 (84,518 reviews)

Movie Rating: PG-13

Duration: 2 hours

Summary of Movie: A man and a woman meet after a particularly agonizing hour stuck in the DMV. They’re interested, but cautious, so they decide to try each other out for a month. What starts out as a precarious trial relationship blooms into something far more intimate. 

Role of Poodle in Movie: The female lead, Sarah, takes her poodles out on a walk to  the beach in one scene. Her poodles start prancing about, and, soon, so does she. She has a clear and precious connection to her poodles that many of us can relate to!

Why you should watch Sweet November with your poodle: Keanu Reeves and Charlize Theron give two endearing performances in this adorable little flick that is sure to melt the heart of any human or dog. After you watch it, get your emotions out by taking your poodle on a nice little majestic jog on the beach.

Click here to watch Sweet November on Amazon!

Sarah walks her poodles near the beach.

21. April in Paris

The poster for April in Paris.

Release Year: 1952

Genre: Romantic Comedy; Musical

IMBD Movie Rating: 6.1/10 (1,119 reviews)

Movie Rating: Not Rated

Duration: 1 hour, 40 minutes

Summary of Movie: The US government wants to send a famous and prestigious actress to a French art exhibition to represent American theatre. But, due to a name mix-up, they accidentally send a young Broadway chorus girl instead! This musical follows the life and love of Ethel “Dynamite” Jackson as she stumbles her way through Paris!

Role of Poodle in Movie: There are about seven poodles in total through the entire movie. None of the poodles are particularly prominent, but they serve to brighten the scene every now and then. A few of the poodles are dyed particularly eye-catching colors, such as blue and yellow.

Why you should watch April in Paris with your poodle: Even if the poodles don’t play the largest role, you and your poodle may find yourself drawn in by the charming characters and catchy songs of this old movie.

Click here to watch April in Paris on Amazon!

The poodle show of April in Paris.

22. K-911

The poster for K-911.

Release Year: 1999

Genre: Action; Comedy

IMBD Movie Rating: 4.7/10 (4,153 reviews)

Movie Rating: PG-13

Duration: 1 hour, 31 minutes

Summary of Movie: This is a direct-to-video sequel to the original K-9. Detective Mike Dooley and his canine partner Jerry Lee are back on the case! This time, they have to learn to get along with a new Doberman and his trainer while still taking down crime.

Role of Poodle in Movie: There is a minor subplot about how Jerry Lee is romantically interested in a Standard Poodle. This poodle does not have a major role. That said, you can’t help but hope for his little crush to work out in the end!

Why you should watch K-911 with your poodle: Although poodles don’t play the largest role K-911, the movie itself is a fun time. Your poodle may get a kick out of seeing dogs out-smart criminals on the big screen.

Click here to watch K-911 on Amazon!

23. Breakfast at Tiffany’s

The poster for Breakfast at Tiffany`s.

Release Year: 1961

Genre: Romantic Comedy

IMBD Movie Rating: 7.6/10 (163,495 reviews)

Movie Rating: G

Duration: 1 hour, 55 minutes

Summary of Movie: This classic movie is about a young woman moving into an apartment in New York City. Once she arrives, she meets and falls in love with a man. The film follows the two’s relationship against all odds. 

Role of Poodle in Movie: The poodle in Breakfast at Tiffany’s belongs to Emily Eusace Failenson. Emily is an older, lavish woman who is romantically involved with the main character’s love interest. Her poodle does not have the largest role in the movie, but serves as a cute accessory that exemplifies her lifestyle.

Why you should watch Breakfast at Tiffany’s with your poodle

Click here to watch Breakfast at Tiffany`s on Amazon!

Emily lounging with her white poodle.

24. 102 Dalmatians 

The poster for 102 Dalmatians.

Release Year: 2000

Genre: Adventure; Comedy; Family

IMBD Movie Rating: 4.9/10.0 (34,166 reviews)

Movie Rating: G

Duration: 1 hour, 40 minutes

Summary of Movie: The pups are back! Unfortunately, so is the evil Cruella DeVil. After getting out of prison, Cruella DeVil goes back after our beloved dalmatians in this sequel to the first live-action movie. 

Role of Poodle in Movie: Part of the climax of the film features two brightly colored poodles in Paris. These lavish poodles share some important information to save the dalmatians. Our beloved breed saves the day!

Why you should watch 102 Dalmatians with your poodle: Your poodle will get some kind of delight from seeing the horribly evil Cruella Devil get her just desserts in this great sequel. Let’s be honest: she deserves it. 

Click here to watch 102 Dalmatians on Amazon!

These blue and pink poodles pass off some vital intel to our main characters.

25. Inglourious Basterds

The poster for Inglourious Basterds.

Release Year: 2009

Genre: War Film; Drama

IMBD Movie Rating: 8.3/10 (1,233,535 reviews)

Movie Rating: R

Duration: 2 hour, 33 minutes

Summary of Movie: I’m sure plenty of you recognize this Quentin Tarantino classic! This film is set in Nazi-occupied France during World War II. It follows the plot of several Jewish American soldiers to assassinate leaders of Nazi Germany.

Role of Poodle in Movie: In the movie, Julie Dreyfus plays a French translator to a Nazi official. In her first scene, a large, beautiful black poodle sits next to her in a restaurant. The poodle does not show up in later scenes, but serves to reinforce the character’s sense of style and personality.

Why you should watch Inglourious Basterds with your poodle: Your pup may be somewhat disappointed in the minor role that poodles play. That said, if your poodle’s a film buff, hopefully they’ll get over their disappointment when they see what a masterful movie this is.

Click here to watch Inglourious Basterds on Amazon!

Julie and her poodle sitting at a restaurant table. How classy!

26. Intolerable Cruelty

The poster for Intolerable Cruelty

Release Year: 2003

Genre: Romantic Comedy

IMBD Movie Rating: 6.2/10.0 (90,123 reviews)

Movie Rating: PG-13

Duration: 1 hour, 40 minutes

Summary of Movie: A brilliant divorce lawyer who specializes in defending cheating husbands goes up against an intelligent woman who he won against. She swears revenge by any means possible, forcing them into a battle of wits. But could their annoyance and hatred toward each other spiral into something more?

Role of Poodle in Movie: The female lead has a white poodle that appears in some scenes. As with many poodles in films, they serve mostly as an accessory to accentuate her personality. The poodle does get a shining moment when, in response to the male lead petting him, he quickly bites the lawyer. 

Why you should watch Intolerable Cruelty with your poodle: You and your poodle may very well find a lot of fun in watching two genius minds outwit each other at every turn; just be sure that the poodle doesn’t pick up any nasty biting habits.

Click here to watch Intolerable Cruelty on Amazon!

Quite the sassy pair, if I do say so myself.

27. The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement

The poster for The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement.

Release Year: 2004

Genre: Family; Romance

IMBD Movie Rating: 5.8/10.0 (72,691 reviews)

Movie Rating: G

Duration: 1 hour, 55 minutes

Summary of Movie: Anne Hathaway reprises her role as teenage princess in this sequel to the original Disney movie. She’s graduated from college, and is ready to become queen. Unfortunately, she finds out that she won’t be able to ascend to the throne unless she gets married in 30 days. 

Role of Poodle in Movie: In one scene, the princess goes through the videos of several potential suitors. During this scene, a poodle rests with the grandmother of the princess. According to several actors and actresses on the set, the poodle was an absolute delight to be around! 

Why you should watch The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement with your poodle: Deep down, I think every poodle has that dream to laze around in a royal castle. Grant your pal some wish fulfillment and watch the movie with them!

Click here to watch The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement on Amazon!

A picture-perfect poodle next to a picture-perfect kitty!

28. Låt den rätte komma in (Let the Right One In)

The poster for Låt den rätte komma in.

Release Year: 2008

Genre: Horror; Romance

IMBD Movie Rating: 7.9/10.0 (202,942 reviews)

Movie Rating: R

Duration: 1 hour, 55 minutes

Summary of Movie: A shy 12 year old boy becomes friends with his mysterious neighbor. They become closer and closer until she shares with him a dark secret. Meanwhile, there’s been a series of murders in the neighborhood…

Role of Poodle in Movie: Near the start of the movie, a body is hung. Next to the body is a pure, white Standard Poodle. You really can’t help but wonder what’s going through its head as it sees such a bloody sight.

Why you should watch Låt den rätte komma in with your poodle: Some poodles might be less into romantic comedies and more into gruesome, bloody horrors. If that’s the case, Låt den rätte komma in is definitely worth a watch! If you get scared, pet your poodle until you destress. 

Click here to watch Låt den rätte komma in on Amazon!

Yikes. That`s…not the most poodle-appropriate sight.

29. Bingo!

The poster for Bingo!

Release Year: 1991

Genre: Family Comedy

IMBD Movie Rating: 4.9/10.0 (2,661 reviews)

Movie Rating: PG

Duration: 1 hour, 29 minutes

Summary of Movie: An outcast boy and a runaway circus dog meet and quickly become the best of friends. However, once the boy’s parents find the dog, they put their foot down and threaten to end the friendship. Can these two pals make it work? 

Role of Poodle in Movie: As was said, this film features a runaway circus dog. In a few scenes of the film, we get the pleasure of seeing some of the other dogs at the circus, including a trio of poodles. These poodles don’t contribute too much to the plot, but they’re clearly well-trained!

Why you should watch Bingo! with your poodle: This movie tells a heartwarming tale about the relationship between a boy and his dog that any pet-lover will be able to appreciate. Plus, who knows; your poodle might pick up a few tricks watching the circus poodle!

Click here to watch Bingo! on Amazon!

30. Rachel Getting Married

The poster for Rachel Getting Married.

Release Year: 2008

Genre: Drama; Romance

IMBD Movie Rating: 6.7/10 (46,854 reviews)

Movie Rating: R

Duration: 1 hour, 53 minutes

Summary of Movie: Kym Buchman has struggled with drug addiction for the past three years. She is temporarily discharged from her rehab to go to her sister Rachel’s wedding. Kym struggles to face her now distant friends and family while trying to be there for her sister.

Role of Poodle in Movie: The family has a large, black poodle named Olive. She gets to appear in a few different scenes throughout the movie. Most notably, Olive even gets to lead the wedding procession!

Why you should watch Rachel Getting Married with your poodle: Rachel Getting Married has both a compelling, tragically human story and a cute poodle, so give it a watch. That said, remember: it’s R-rated, so don’t let your poodle pup see it!

Click here to watch Rachel Getting Married on Amazon!

Olive blends in pretty well, but you can see her off to the right!

31. Ruthless People

The poster for Ruthless People.

Release Year: 1986

Genre: Dark Comedy

IMBD Movie Rating: 6.9/10.0 (25,399 reviews)

Movie Rating: R

Duration: 1 hour, 34 minutes

Summary of Movie: A couple wants to get back at a rich business man that scammed them. To do this, they kidnap his wife, hoping to hold her for ransom. Unfortunately for them, he…doesn’t seem too stressed about it.

Role of Poodle in Movie:  The businessman and his wife own a poodle that appears in a few scenes. The businessman is shown not like the poodle. He even asks his other, larger dog to eat the poodle!

Why you should watch Ruthless People with your poodle: Does your poodle have a bit of a twisted sense of humor? Then they’re sure to enjoy this macabre comedy of errors starring a cast of absolutely wicked characters.

Click here to watch Ruthless People on Amazon!

This poodle is probably the most innocent character in the entire movie.

32. Isn’t She Great?

The poster for Isn`t She Great?

Release Year: 2000

Genre: Comedy; Historical Drama

IMBD Movie Rating: 5.4/10.00 (2,248 reviews)

Movie Rating: R

Duration: 1 hour, 35 minutes

Summary of Movie: This film is a biopic about Jacqueline Sussan, a super famous writer of… various trashy romance novels. A failed actress and her husband decide to try and break into the writing market. Their books flop at first, but they begin to have huge success during the Sexual Revolution.

Role of Poodle in Movie: Susann has a black poodle named Josephine. Josephine gets a fair amount of screen time. However, she mostly serves as a decoration, staying leashed and near Sussan at all times.

Why you should watch Isn’t She Great? with your poodle: You and your poodle might find yourselves invested in the life of famed romance writer Jacqueline Sussan, or in the lavish life of Josephine!

Click here to watch Isn`t She Great? on Amazon!

What a chaotic little pup!

33. Good Boy!

The poster for Good Boy!

Release Year: 2003

Genre: Family Comedy; Drama

IMBD Movie Rating: 5.1 (4,020 reviews) 

Movie Rating: PG

Duration: 1 hour, 27 minutes

Summary of Movie: In this movie, dogs are an alien race that came to Earth thousands of years ago to colonize and dominate our planet. One day, a twelve year old comes across a super-smart dog that has been sent down to make sure that his species completed his mission. The movie’s a bit weird, but tells a genuinely sweet story of friendship and love. 

Role of Poodle in movie: Delta Burke plays a poodle named Barbara Ann in this movie. Barbara Ann is one of many Earth dogs that is now used to living the life of a pet. Along with the other dogs, she must learn to pass for a competent alien dog soldier near the end of the movie. 

Why you should watch Good Boy! with your poodle: This cute dog movie is sure to entertain you and your poodle, and should hopefully discourage them from trying to take over the world anytime soon!

Click here to watch Good Boy! on Amazon!

This group doesn`t exactly scream “world domination.”

34. The Secret Life of Girls

The poster for The Secret Life of Girls.

Release Year: 1999

Genre: Comedy; Drama

IMBD Movie Rating: 5.4/10.0 (373 reviews)

Movie Rating: Unrated

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes

Summary of Movie: Set in the confusing and wild decade of the 70s, The Secret Life of Girls is about Natalie Sanford—a girl torn in nearly every direction by her family. Her dad’s sleeping with one of his students, and this causes tensions to rise in the already wacky family. Natalie may only be 15, but somehow she has to take on the role of an adult between her parents’ feud!

Role of Poodle in Movie: The Sanford family has a lovely black Standard Poodle named Robair. Robair never plays a huge part in any particular scene. That said, he’s a comforting presence in such a hectic family!

Why you should watch The Secret Life of Girls with your poodle: After seeing the wild and dysfunctional situation of the Sanford family, hopefully your poodle will be a little more grateful that they have you as an owner!

Click here to watch The Secret Life of Girls on Amazon!

Robair standing behind the leg of Natalie`s mother,

35. The Doughgirls

The poster for The Doughgirls.

Release Year: 1944

Genre: Comedy

IMBD Movie Rating: 6.3/10.0 (530 reviews)

Movie Rating: Approved

Duration: 1 hour, 42 minutes

Summary of Movie: Two newlywed couples are off on their honeymoon. However, by complete chance, both couples were placed in the same suite! As the women know each other, they choose to share their accommodations; chaos ensues!

Role of Poodle in Movie: The main character, Jane, has a black standard poodle. Her name is Dukie. She doesn’t have too large a role in the movie, but she is present!

Why you should watch The Doughgirls with your poodle: An old comedy with charming leads, The Doughgirls will offer plenty of laughs (and an elegant, prevalent poodle!) for you and your pet.

Click here to watch The Doughgirls on Amazon!

36. Rock-a-Bye Baby

The poster for Rock-a-Bye Baby.

Release Year: 1958

Genre: Musical; Comedy

IMBD Movie Rating: 6.7/10.0 (1,764 reviews)

Movie Rating: Approved 

Duration: 1 hour, 43 minutes

Summary of Movie: A TV repairman’s old flame returns to him, pregnant and unmarried. To help her avoid a scandal, he agrees to adopt the baby. He thinks he has it handled…until she gives birth to triplets!

Role of Poodle in Movie: In one scene, the main character attempts to fix a TV antenna on top of a chimney. Below him, a fancy woman sits with her equally fancy poodle. After a comedic mistake, soot comes crashing down the chimney, dirtying both the woman and the poodle’s pure coat.

Why you should watch Rock-a-Bye Baby with your poodle: Rock-a-Bye Baby is an absolute classic comedy that’s sure to have your poodle rolling in laughter…and soot.

Click here to watch Rock-a-Bye Baby on Amazon!

He`s gonna need quite the bath…

37. Dog Park

The poster for Dog Park.

Release Year: 1998

Genre: Romantic Comedy

IMBD Movie Rating: 5.1/10.0 (2,096 reviews)

Movie Rating: R

Duration: 1 hour, 31 minutes

Summary of Movie: Andy’s had trouble keeping his relationships intact. Now, his girlfriend’s broken up with him for someone else (and has even taken his dog)! Watch as Andy bumbles his way through sex and love in this comedy flick.

Role of Poodle in Movie: None of the main character’s dogs are poodles. That said, there are a few poodles to be found throughout the background of some scenes. It’s nice to see a familiar fuzzy face while you’re watching a pathetic man mess up at every turn.

Why you should watch Dog Park  with your poodle: Dog Park manages to give some fun comedy on what it’s like to cope after a break-up. If your poodle’s the type to have their heart broken, they might enjoy the watch!

Click here to watch Dog Park on Amazon!

A rare forefront poodle in Dog Park.

38. The Manchurian Candidate 

The poster for The Manchurian Candidate.

Release Year: 2004

Genre: Political Thriller

IMBD Movie Rating: 6.6/10.0 (102,369 reviews)

Movie Rating: R

Duration: 2 hours, 10 minutes

Summary of Movie: After returning from the Gulf War, an American soldier suffers from extreme trauma and nightmares.  His memory is hazy and confusing. After finding an implant in the back of his neck, he begins to find that there’s more sinister going on in the shadows.

Role of Poodle in Movie: A poodle makes a super fast cameo; we don’t blame you if you missed it! As a few characters begin to have a serious conversation, bam! A fast-as-light poodle zooms in from the left before making an equally-swift exit.  

Why you should watch The Manchurian Candidate with your poodle: Not only does The Manchuian Candidate have a thrilling story and interesting political commentary, but it comes with the extra challenge of trying to spot that dang poodle!

Click here to watch The Manchurian Candidate on Amazon!

39. The Razor’s Edge

The poster for The Razor`s Edge.

Release Year: 1946

Genre: Romance; Drama

IMBD Movie Rating: 7.4/10.0 (5,243 reviews)

Movie Rating: Approved

Duration: 2 hours, 25 minutes

Summary of Movie: Disillusioned by World War I, Larry Darrel leaves the United States for Paris to find himself. In the process, he leaves behind his wealthy fiancée. However, she won’t give up that easily, and returns to him…just as he’s become romantically involved with a mysterious alcoholic. 

Role of Poodle in Movie: A black poodle appears in two separate scenes across the movie. It appears once in a house in Chicago, and once in Larry’s flat in Paris. As the poodle does not have a name or role in the story, we never know who the poodle actually belongs to.

Why you should watch The Razor’s Edge with your poodle: While you find yourself interested and entangled in the complicated love lives of the characters, your poodle will spend the whole moving wonder what exactly that black poodle’s deal is!

Click here to watch The Razor`s Edge on Amazon!

40. Kathleen

The poster for Kathleen.

Release Year: 1941

Genre: Drama; Romance

IMBD Movie Rating: 6.3/10.0 (411 reviews)

Movie Rating: Passed

Duration: 1 hour, 28 minutes

Summary of Movie: 12 year old Kathleen lives with her wealthy, constantly-working father in a large house with various servants. She doesn’t get along with her nanny, her father’s dating a new woman, and she dreams of a close family with a loving father and mother. This film was Shirley Temple’s return to cinema after she had announced her retirement the year earlier.

Role of Poodle in Movie: Shirley confides in the kind owner of a furniture store. This man has a black Standard Poodle that can be seen in various shots. The poodle does not have a large role in the plot, but it does have a very large (and cute!) bow.    

Why you should watch Kathleen with your poodle: Kathleen is a cute, easy-watching movie that’s perfect for cuddling with your poodle after a long day at work. 

Click here to watch Kathleen on Amazon!

Black poodles ae pretty hard to spot in black-and-white flicks, huh… Here`s a tip: look for the nose!

41. Guys and Dolls 

The poster for Guys and Dolls.

Release Year: 1955

Genre: Comedy; Musical

IMBD Movie Rating: 7.2/10.0 (15,297 reviews) 

Movie Rating: Not Rated

Duration: 2 hours, 30 minutes

Summary of Movie: A gambler needs to get $1000 to buy a warehouse for his illegal game of craps. To do this, he bets a friend that he won’t be able to take a girl of his choosing out on a date. This sets off a wacky chain of events that leads to this cult classic adaption of the Broadway musical.

Role of Poodle in Movie: In two separate scenes, a large black poodle walks through the set. This poodle has no stated relation to any of the characters, nor does it have any plot relevance. Maybe a crew member just brought their poodle with them on set?

Why you should watch Guys and Dolls with your poodle: This movie is absolutely perfect if your dog either really likes musicals or has a terrible gambling habit that they need to break!

Click here to watch Guys and Dolls on Amazon!

42. Dying Young

The poster for Dying Young.

Release Year: 1991

Genre: Drama; Romance

IMBD Movie Rating: 6.1/10.0 (14,762 reviews)

Movie Rating: R

Duration: 1 hour, 51 minutes

Summary of Movie: A sick young man puts out an ad asking for an attractive woman to take care of him. A young nurse decides to answer the call. Slowly, their relationship grows from something professional to something much more. 

Role of Poodle in Movie: You can just barely see some poodles in one of the first few scenes of the movie. As the main character walks up a set of stairs, some extras walking a pair of poodles are walking the opposite direction. Sure, it’s not a huge role, but it’s important to support aspiring actors!

Why you should watch Dying Young  with your poodle: Sometimes, you gotta cry a bit over a sad romance movie with your poodle. Let it all out!

Click here to watch Dying Young on Amazon!

43. Rear Window

The poster for Rear Window.

Release Year: 1954

Genre: Mystery; Thriller

IMBD Movie Rating: 8.4/10.0 (433,906 reviews)

Movie Rating: PG

Duration: 1 hour, 52 minutes

Summary of Movie: A professional photographer is confined to his wheelchair due to his broken leg. To keep himself entertained, he chooses to look out his rear window and watch his neighbors in the apartments across the street. One day, he witnesses something he could have never imagined.

Role of Poodle in Movie: There’s a brief appearance by a small white poodle. In one scene, he walks in front of an apartment building. Our main character is able to see it as he looks out of his rear window.

Why you should watch Rear Window with your poodle: Does your poodle have the bad habit of looking outside the window to bark at anyone passing by? This thrilling film might help snap them out of it!

Click here to watch Rear Window on Amazon!

44. Move Over, Darling

The poster for Move Over, Darling.

Release Year: 1963

Genre: Romantic Comedy

IMBD Movie Rating: 7.0/10.0 (5,225 reviews)

Movie Rating: Approved

Duration: 1 hour, 43 minutes

Summary of Movie: A man has struggled to get over the loss of his wife in a tragic plane accident. He manages to finally pull himself together and, five years later, remarries to another woman. He’s moved on…until his wife suddenly returns to his life.

Role of Poodle in Movie: Near the end of the movie, a small poodle sits in front of a hotel lobby. It seemingly does not belong to any of the characters. That said, it makes for a cute little cameo.

Why you should watch Move Over, Darling with your poodle: You and your poodle may get frustrated with the wishy-washy male lead, but you two will still find yourself invested in this hectic love triangle.

Click here to watch Move Over, Darling on Amazon!

45. The Secret Life of Pets 2

The poster for The Secret Life of Pets 2.

Release Year: 2019

Genre: Family Comedy

IMBD Movie Rating: 6.5/10 (46,758 reviews) 

Movie Rating: PG 

Duration: 1 hour, 26 minutes

Summary of Movie: The pets are back in this sequel to the original animated movie! Max and Duke are off on a road trip adventure with their owners! Meanwhile, the pets back home get into various hi-jinx. 

Role of Poodle in Movie: Fans of the original may remember Leonard, the metal-loving party poodle. You may have even seen trailers for The Secret Life of Pets 2 that featured Leonard. However, despite his prominence in these trailers, Leonard does not actually appear in the movie. 

Why you should watch The Secret Life of Pets 2 with your poodle: Although Leonard may not be as present, The Secret Life of Pets 2 will offer you and your poodle plenty of fun moments.

Click here to watch The Secret Life of Pets 2 on Amazon!

Although Leonard appears in the trailer, he does not have an apparent role in the sequel.

Summary

Are you planning a poodle film binge-fest? If so, here`s a handy-dandy table of each movie we listed that you can easily reference, as well as the links where you can find all of the movies on Amazon.

Movie NameRelease YearGenreIMDB RatingAudience RatingDurationLink to Watch
100% Wolf2020Animated adventure/comedy5.7/10
(330 reviews)
PG1 hour, 36 minutes100% Wolf
Mr. Too Little1978Family; Drama4.9/10.0
(12 reviews)
Not Rated 1 hour, 30 minutesMr. Too Little
Look Who`s Talking Now1993Romantic Comedy4.4/10
(27,271 reviews)
PG-131 hour, 35 minutesLook Who`s Talking Now
Beverly Hills Chihuahua 22011Family; Comedy4.2/10.0
(3,335
reviews)
G1 hour, 25 minutesBeverly Hills Chihuahua 2
Oliver & Company1988Family6.7/10.0 (42,821 reviews)G1 hour, 14 minutesOliver & Company
The Duke1999Family; Comedy; Drama4.4/10,0
(457 reviews)
G1 hour, 28 minutesThe Duke
Best in Show2000Comedy, Mockumentary 7.4/10
(54,635 reviews)
PG-131 hour, 30 minutesBest in Show
The Emperor Waltz1948Musical; Comedy6.1/10.0
(1,440 reviews)
Approved1 hour, 46 minutesThe Emperor Waltz
Babe: Pig in the City1998Adventure;Comedy5.7/10.0 (31,196 reviews)PG1 hour, 37 minutesBabe: Pig in the City
Heidi 4 Paws2009Family4.9/10.0
(123 reviews) 
G1 hour, 8 minutesHeidi 4 Paws
Elvira, Mistress of the Dark1988Horror; Comedy6.6/10.0 (13,123)PG-131 hour, 36 minutesElvia, Mistress of the Dark
Zoolander2001Action; Comedy6.5/10.0 (242,986 reviews)PG-131 hour, 30 minutesZoolander
Frankenweenie1984Comedy; Drama7.3/10.0 (11,099 reviews)PG29 minutesFrankenweenie
Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?1957Comedy; Romance7.0/10.0
(3,034 reviews)
Not Rated1 hour, 33 minutesWill Success Spoil Rock Hunter
The Secret Life of Pets2016Family Comedy6.5/10 (179,629)PG1 hour, 27 minutesThe Secret Life of Pets
White Chicks2004PG-135.6/10.0 (128,263 reviews) PG-131 hour, 49 minutesWhite Chicks
Big Fish2003Fantasy; Drama8.0/10.0 (409,218 reviews)PG-132 hour, 5 minutesBig Fish
Berserk!1967Horror; Thriller; Mystery5.3/10.0
(1,779 reviews) 
Approved1 hour, 36 minutesBerserk!
Edward Scissorhands1990Romance; Fantasy; Drama7.9/10.0 (438,187 reviews)PG-131 hour, 45 minutesEdward Scissorhands
Sweet November2001Romance6.7/10.0 (84,518 reviews)PG-132 hoursSweet November
April in Paris1952Romantic Comedy; Musical6.1/10
(1,119 reviews)
Not Rated1 hour, 40 minutesApril in Paris
K-9111999Action; Comedy4.7/10
(4,153 reviews)
PG-131 hour, 31 minutesK-911
Breakfast at Tiffany`s1961Romantic Comedy7.6/10 (163,495 reviews)G1 hour, 55 minutesBreakfast at Tiffany`s 
102 Dalmatians2000Adventure;Comedy; Family4.9/10.0 (34,166 reviews)G1 hour, 40 minutes102 Dalmatians
Inglourious Basterds2009War Film; Drama8.3/10 (1,233,535 reviews)R2 hour, 33 minutesInglourious Basterds
Intolerable Cruelty2003Romantic Comedy6.2/10.0 (90,123 reviews)PG-131 hour, 40 minutes1 hour, 40 minutes
The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement2004Family; Romance5.8/10.0 (72,691 reviews)G1 hour, 55 minutesThe Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement
Låt den rätte komma in2008Horror; Romance7.9/10.0 (202,942 reviews)R1 hour, 55 minutesLåt den rätte komma in
Bingo!1991Family Comedy4.9/10.0
(2,661 reviews)
PG1 hour, 29 minutesBingo!
Rachel Getting Married2008Drama; Romance6.7/10
(46,854 reviews)
R1 hour, 53 minutesRachel Getting Married
Ruthless People1986Dark Comedy6.9/10.0 (25,399 reviews)R1 hour, 34 minutesRuthless People
Isn`t She Great2000Comedy; Historical Drama5.4/10.00 (2,248
reviews)
R1 hour, 35 minutesIsn`t She Great?
Good Boy!2003Family Comedy; Drama5.1 (4,020 reviews)PG1 hour, 27 minutesGood Boy!
The Secret Life of Girls1999Comedy; Drama5.4/10.0
(373 reviews)
Unrated1 hour, 30 minutesThe Secret Life of Girls 
The Doughgirls1944Comedy6.3/10.0
(530 reviews)
Approved1 hour, 42 minutesThe Doughgirls
Rock-a-Bye Baby1958Musical; Comedy6.7/10.0
(1,764 reviews)
Approved 1 hour, 43 minutesRock-a-Bye Baby
Dog Park1998Romantic Comedy5.1/10.0
(2,096 reviews)
R1 hour, 31 minutesDog Park
The Manchurian Candidate2004Political Thriller6.6/10.0 (102,369 reviews)R2 hours, 10 minutesThe Manchurian Candidate
The Razor`s Edge1946Romance; Drama7.4/10.0
(5,243 reviews)
Approved2 hours, 25 minutesThe Razor`s Edge
Kathleen1941Drama; Romance6.3/10.0
(411 reviews)
Passed1 hour, 28 minutesKathleen
Guys and Dolls1955Comedy; Musical7.2/10.0 (15,297 reviews)Not Rated2 hours, 30 minutesGuys and Dolls
Dying Young1991Drama; Romance6.1/10.0 (14,762 reviews)R1 hour, 51 minutesDying Young
Rear Window1954Mystery; Thriller8.4/10.0 (433,906 reviews)PG1 hour, 52 minutesRear Window
Move Over, DarlingMove Over, DarlingRomantic Comedy7.0/10.0
(5,225 reviews)
Approved1 hour, 43 minutesMove Over, Darling
The Secret Life of Pets 22019Family Comedy6.5/10
(46,758 reviews)
PG 1 hour, 26 minutesThe Secret Life of Pets 2

Conclusion

So, what’d you think? Have you seen any of these movies before, and if so did you remember any poodles in them? Have you already begun planning your movie night with your poodle friend? Is there anything we missed? Let us know in the comments below what you think!

Remember, your poodle deserves the best, so let’s try to give it the best entertainment, too!

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