Dogue de Bordeaux
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What kind of a dog is Hooch from Turner and Hooch?
What Kind of a Dog is Hooch from ‘Turner and Hooch’? The Dogue de Bordeaux (a.k.a. French Mastiff), starred alongside Tom Hanks in the 1989 comedy ‘Turner and Hooch.’ The canine actor’s name was Beasley, and this was his only film. Most people had never heard of the breed before this film!
What kind of dog is Hooch in the Marshal?
The U.S. Marshal is named after his father aka the main character played by Tom Hanks in the 1989 film. Shortly after his dad’s untimely passing, Scott Jr. learns that he has been given his dad’s trusty dog, Hooch (who is not the same canine as the one featured in the original movie).
What kind of dog is Tom Hanks in Turner and Hooch?
As Tom Hanks may have found out in the movie Turner and Hooch, this is especially true if the dog is a huge 110+ pound Dogue De Bordeaux. With his serious expression, muscular build and massive head, the DDB, as the breed is nicknamed, is an imposing figure indeed.
Is the movie Hooch based on a true story?
In 1989 we laughed, cried, and were utterly inspired by the story of Turner and Hooch. In the unusually dark Disney movie, Tom Hanks plays a highly organized police officer. In an unexpected turn of events, he finds himself the custodian of an extremely messy and smelly dog, Hooch.