Saturdays Favorite Movie Moment: Turner And Hooch (and sort of a review)

Happy Saturday~ This Saturdays favorite movie moment is from the hilarious film, Turner And Hooch. Turner and Hooch hit theaters in 1989 starring Tom Hanks, Hooch, and Mare Winningham. The film is about the friendship that develops between a Detective and his only witness to a crime- the victims dog- who has the worst manners of any dog in history.

Ordinarily, Hooch's lack of obedience training would have been the least of Detective Scott Turners (Hanks character) concerns, except since the murder the two crime fighters are forced to become roommates, although at least they're after the same bad guy.

This clip is Turner's way of encouraging Hooch to stay in his "room" at night- because his refusal to do so is causing...well, a few problems in Turner's personal and professional life.

It's an oldie but goodie, and one of A Nice Place In The Sun's (me) favorite movie moments~ (same as every movie moment on Saturday)

Thank you for watching and reading~

And have a happy, crazy, zany, and fun Saturday and week-end~

Silly note:

I'm going to sing in the car today while I run errands- So if you're out and about singing in your car, chances are we may be singing the same song at the same time, or at least having fun at the same time, or singing a different song at the same time...

I'll be in my car in about an hour, but it could be anytime of the day- Therefore, leave a comment and let me know if you sang in the car today and about what time of the day it was, like morning, noon, or afternoon. Maybe we will have been singing at the same time. Wouldn't that be cool? :))

Anyway, enjoy the clip~ And happy singing~ :)


Speedcat Hollydale said...

I was singing "We have only just begun" by the Carpenters at 9:00 AM (about)
Their songs were a bit sappy, but I just can't help but like them.

"... we'll find a place where there's room to roam" I was singing it again! Now, it be playing in my head all day :-)

Annie said...

Turner and Hooch...what a classic!!! We always reference that movie with our dogs.....this is not your room....no drinking from the toilet...I love that movie!

nanjodogz said...

Great movie -- thanks for making me smile once again after watching the clip and thinking back on the movie.

LizzyT said...

I loved that film :)

aussiecynic said...

I love this movie and always have a tear in my eye near the end...
thanks for sharing Anne

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