GenreComedy ScreenplayThomas Pope CountryUnited Kingdom
Release date6 September 1990 (Australia) Based onCold Dog Soup by Stephen Dobyns WriterStephen Dobyns (book), Thomas Pope (screenplay) Initial releaseSeptember 6, 1990 (Australia) CastRandy Quaid (Jack Cloud), Frank Whaley (Michael Latchmer), Christine Harnos (Sarah Hughes), Sheree North (Mrs. Hughes), Nancy Kwan (Madame Chang), Dante Basco (Chinese Boy) Similar moviesBill Hicks: Bill Loses it in Chicago, Bill Hicks: Relentless, Bill Hicks: Igby's, LA, Bill Hicks Live: Satirist, Social Critic, Stand-up Comedian, George Carlin: Back in Town, Dave Chappelle: HBO Comedy Half-Hour
Cold dog soup 1990 movie tribute
Cold Dog Soup is a 1990 film directed by Alan Metter. It is based on the novel Cold Dog Soup by Stephen Dobyns.
Randy Quaid plays a Zen taxi driver whose passenger is trying to dispose of his date's dead dog Jasper. The driver is respected by the peculiar groups he interests in the dog's corpse and effects, and the one-gloved heroine becomes more interested in him than in her date.