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I love your giveaways.

But I'm gonna cut someone if they try to get in front of me for the Glee giveaway...


Cheryl W.

Thanks for the opportunity to enter. My daughter wanted to see this it came out in theaters. We still have yet to see it. I think she would love it. She is only 6 and it doesn't take much to get her giggling.

Cheryl W.

Hmm, my favorite dog movie has to be the Scooby Doo 1 movie. I am such a big kid at heart and love that movie!


My boys would love this. My favorite TV dog is Santa's Little Helper from the Simpsons.


My grandson LOVES Marmaduke!


Maybe tomorrow I'll want to settle down.... The littlest hobo has to be the best TV dog. Made me cry every Saturday, sniff : )

Jacqueline Richardson

Would be a great addition to any family movie collection. Our favorite dog in a movie was Skip, from "My Dog Skip".


Congratulations to Cheryl W. and to Melissa for winning copies of Marmaduke! My dog herself picked your names out of a bowl. (Sometimes we have to mix up how we do these drawings around here!) I'll contact you for your addresses right away; the DVDs will be shipped straight from Fox. Thanks to all who entered!

And BTW ... Lassie is my all-time favorite.

Ron Oliver

My grand daughter would love this movie ...oh okay! and so would me and my wife. But I am probably too late in entering this one. Right? Anyways, your new site ROCKS! Rox. :-)

Cheryl W.

I just wanted to say thank you for the giveaway and thanks to Fox Home Entertainment for sponsoring the movie. I truly appreciate it. Have a great day!


Thanks Cheryl! Enjoy!


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12.02.10 at 2:46 pmtheend81This from a kid whose flimay had to green-screen a small collection of books behind him.Not a far off-distant alien skyline,not a technologically advance future,Not a montage of Southern Nature shots or White-power video clips books. Not even a huge library just a few

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