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Genre Crime
Written by Steven E. de Souza
Michael Part
Directed by Kim Manners
Starring Chris Mulkey
Catherine Oxenberg
Dennis Haysbert
Country of origin USA
Original language(s) English
Running time 96 minutes
Production company(s) De Souza Productions
Fries Entertainment
Original network Fox Network
Original release
  • June 1, 1991 (1991-06-01) (USA)

K-9000 is a 1991 sci-fi crime TV movie starring Chris Mulkey, Catherine Oxenberg, Dennis Haysbert, and Judson Scott. It was directed by Kim Manners and written by Michael Part and Steven E. de Souza.


Dr. Aja Turner (Catherine Oxenberg), a beautiful female scientist, implants a computer in a German Shepherd's brain to help it track and capture criminals. Crooks, led by Anton Zeiss (Judson Earney Scott), make off with the cybernetic canine. Dr. Turner teams up with Eddie Monroe (Chris Mulkey), a hard-nosed policeman who is implanted with a microchip allowing him to communicate with the dog.


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