Dawg (film)

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Dawg
Dawg.jpg
Directed by Victoria Hochberg
Produced by Stephen J. Cannell
Written by Ken Hastings
Starring Denis Leary
Elizabeth Hurley
Music by Jason Frederick
Amani K. Smith
Cinematography Steven Finestone
Edited by Claudia Finkle
Mary Jo Markey
Distributed by Gold Circle Films
Release date(s) 2002
Running time 83 min
Country United States
Language English

Dawg is 2002 dramedy film directed by Victoria Hochberg. It stars Denis Leary and Elizabeth Hurley, in their second film together. Steffani Brass was nominated for Young Artist Award with his role in this film. Although intended to be released in theaters under the title Bad Boy, it was ultimately distributed direct-to-video.

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Douglas "Dawg" Munford (Denis Leary) is the ultimate womanizer: He is selfish, rude and totally uncaring about what a woman thinks after they have sex. He arrives too late for his grandmother's funeral but, no matter, she has left him a cool million subject to one condition.

As explained by estate executor Anna Lockhart (Elizabeth Hurley), Douglas must contact at least a dozen of the scores of women he has seduced and left during his lifetime and beg for their forgiveness. Reluctantly, Dawg sets out on his odyssey which takes him, and the lawyer, to venues throughout California. Later, he falls for Anna.

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