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Fifteen year-old Isabel Sullivan has just moved to a small town named Deanewood to live with her uncle Paul, the town’s mayor and owner of Deanewood’s best burger-joint. Feeling very alone and friendless, Isabel struggles to find friends. ARCHIE, is a robotic canine created by world-renowned roboticist Brooke Benton to help those in need. Though he looks like a normal dog, he is anything but. He can talk. He can run at blinding speed. He’s got super strength and x-ray vision. On the news of her research program being shut down by the military, Brooke helps ARCHIE escape in the hopes of finding a family to care for him. As Isabel and Archie’s paths connect, they find a bond and become fast friends helping out and relying on each other for company. But as the summer progresses, things start to get tricky for our new friends. Uncle Paul is up for re-election and finds himself running against the evil Veronica Myles for mayor and Mogulburger - a national fast food franchise that has been trying to buy Paul out for years. What’s worse, an evil man named Hugh Jablonski shows up in town claiming to be ARCHIE’s rightful owner…

Director:  Robin Dunne
Writers:  Robin Dunne

Collections: Now Showing, On DVD/VOD, VOD

Tagline: Part Dog. Part Machine. Totally Awesome.

Genres: family


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Country:   Canada
Language:  English

Company Credits

Production Companies:  Double Dutch International

Technical Specs

Runtime:  1 h 28 min
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