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Catwalk Dogs
Catwalk Dogs Title.JPEG
Opening Credits Title
Created byMaureen Chadwick
Ann McManus
Written bySimon Nye
Directed byTim Sullivan
StarringKris Marshall
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Production
ProducerSpencer Campbell
Running time90 minutes
Release
Original networkITV, STV, UTV
Original release21 October 2007 (2007-10-21)

Catwalk Dogs is a British television film written by Simon Nye and produced by Shed Productions for ITV. It stars Kris Marshall and Georgia Mackenzie and was first shown on 21 October 2007.[1] Filming took place between 17 and 24 June in Teddington.

Plot

Catwalk Dogs is the story of Sally and Michael a couple who are coping with the trauma of miscarriage. The day Michael brings home pedigree puppy Archie it changes their lives forever. Archie is a Wire haired fox terrier.

With their relationship wavering under the emotional stress, Sally decides to leave Michael. As a bolt hole she moves in next door to her new-found doggie friend, Guy and his formidable mother, dog show judge and Rottweiler breeder, Mrs Jessop.

Michael goes to pieces when Sally leaves, losing his job and self-respect. He turns to Archie for solace and man's best friend leads him to the disparate but caring members of a local dog club who just might be able to help him win back Sally.

He then does.

Cast

Reception

Catwalk Dogs had a rating of 4,920,000 viewers and ranked at #20 on ITV.[2]

References

  1. ^ Deans, Jason (22 October 2007). "First Night: Catwalk Dogs". The Guardian. Retrieved 7 August 2021.
  2. ^ "Weekly top 30 programmes on TV sets (July 1998 – Sept 2018)". Broadcasters' Audience Research Board (BARB). Retrieved 20 February 2022.

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