The Doberman Gang

  • 1972
  • Movie
  • PG
  • Action

An incompetent gang of bank robbers led by Mabe hit on the idea of eliminating human error from their jobs by training a group of dogs to perform for them. They enlist the help of ex-Air Force dog trainer Reed, telling him they are training the dogs for a security service. When Reed figures out what is really going on, he tries to leave, but Mabe threatens...read more

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An incompetent gang of bank robbers led by Mabe hit on the idea of eliminating human error from their jobs by training a group of dogs to perform for them. They enlist the help of ex-Air Force dog trainer Reed, telling him they are training the dogs for a security service. When Reed

figures out what is really going on, he tries to leave, but Mabe threatens to kill the dogs--named after famous bank robbers (Dillinger, Pretty Boy Floyd, Ma Barker, Bonnie and Clyde, etc.). The day of the robbery arrives, and the canine criminals pull it off without a hitch, although Bonnie is

run over by a car as they run for home. When the dogs get back to the gang's headquarters, they refuse to let their masters get close enough to retrieve the money bags. The film ends with the dogs running away from the human beings who were trying to use them to double-cross others. A nice idea,

with a few genuinely good scenes, but the film shows only too clearly the limitations of its tiny budget. First of three films starring the Dobermans.

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  • Released: 1972
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: An incompetent gang of bank robbers led by Mabe hit on the idea of eliminating human error from their jobs by training a group of dogs to perform for them. They enlist the help of ex-Air Force dog trainer Reed, telling him they are training the dogs for a… (more)

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