ENTERTAINMENT: This Video Has An Arf a Minute

This Video Has An Arf a Minute

The 25-minute film Doggie Adventure has never appeared in theaters and has an unusual point of view. Filmed mostly from a camera height of about 2 ft., it features scenes ranging from a car ride to a duck chase in the park. Its climactic moment is a stroll past a fire hydrant. You guessed it. Doggie Adventure (price: $14.95) is a videocassette designed to relieve canine boredom when a dog is left home alone. Says Harley Toberman, the film's creator: "I always knew that dogs watched TV, but usually there's nothing worthwhile for them to watch." Sometimes man and beast face...

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