Fran Garrison's all in a tizzy because her prize Dachshund, Danke, is having pups, and she has hopes of one of the pups becoming a champion. But at the vet's, her husband Mark is talked into letting Danke wet nurse a Great Dane pup that's been abandoned by his mother. And Mark wants to keep the Great Dane. But Brutus has this problem: he thinks he's a dachshund and he's too big to be a lapdog. But when Fran ridicules Brutus one too many times, Jim's got a plan to prove to everyone (and Fran) that a great Dane can be far more than just an ugly dachshund.
A HAPPY HONEYMOON...becomes a dog-gone disaster!
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Did You Know?
The movie earned $6 million, which was considered a hit in 1966, and it received the "Boxoffice" magazine Blue Ribbon Award for the month of March that year. See more
Just over 43 minutes into the movie, when the dachshunds climb up on the bed with Fran, it is clear that one of the puppies is a male. Early in the movie, all of the dachshund puppies are said to be female. See more
[Kenji points to Brutus, standing over Mr. Toyama, laying on the ground
Brutus! Mark call him off. Mr. Toyama.
Take away rion!
That's not a lion, that's a dog.
You call THAT, dog?
Happy Birthday to You
Written by Patty S. Hill
(as Patty Hill) and Mildred J. Hill
Performed by Suzanne Pleshette See more