Cold Dog Soup (film)

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Cold Dog Soup
Cold Dog Soup (1990 film).jpg
Directed by Alan Metter
Written by Thomas Pope
Based on Cold Dog Soup by Stephen Dobyns
Starring Randy Quaid
Music by Michael Kamen
Cinematography Frederick Elmes
Edited by Kaja Fehr
Production
company
Distributed by Anchor Bay Entertainment
Release date
6 September 1990 (Australia)
Running time
87 min.
Country United Kingdom
Language English

Cold Dog Soup is a 1990 film directed by Alan Metter. It is based on the novel Cold Dog Soup by Stephen Dobyns.

Plot[edit]

Randy Quaid plays a Zen taxi driver whose passenger is trying to dispose of his date's dead dog Jasper. The driver is respected by the peculiar groups he interests in the dog's corpse and effects, and the one-gloved heroine becomes more interested in him than in her date.

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