Doberman pelicula completa en español
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El carismático delincuente Dobermann, que recibió su primera pistola al ser bautizado, lidera una banda de brutales atracadores. Tras un complejo y brutal atraco a un banco, son perseguidos por la policía de París. La caza está dirigida por el sádico policía Christini, que sólo tiene un objetivo: atrapar a Dobermann a cualquier precio.
Loca, divertida y psicótica. Dobermann, de Jan Kounen, es una novela gráfica que cobra vida. Dirigida, rodada e interpretada por expertos. Todos los personajes son prácticamente certificables, y viven en un mundo realmente loco.
Dobermann (1997) sub spanish
In the origin of the breed, this dog was known as Thuringer Pinscher or Polizeilicher Soldatenhund (police soldier dog), but around 1900 the name dobermann pinscher was imposed in honor of its creator: Karl Friedrich Louis Dobermann. Eventually the pinscher ending was dropped and, in general, today it is known simply as Dobermann.
This breed owes its name to Karl Friedrich Louis Dobermann, a night watchman and tax collector who between 1834 and 1894, was in charge of the custody of a kennel in the city of Apolda (Thuringia, Germany).
Color: There are different standards for the breed depending on the different canine organizations, which may imply differences in the colors admitted for the same breed. For the Doberman, the different standards indicate the following:
Such colors have been present since the beginnings of the breed and are caused by a genetic factor of dilution (the Elizabethan is the product of brown dilution and the blue of black dilution), which has led several authors to think that the Braco de Weimar could be within the breeds that gave rise to the Dobermann. However, these genetic factors were lost in the breeding stock with which the breed was reconstructed in Germany after World War II, which led to its exclusion from the official FCI standards. White markings are considered undesirable
The great doberman raid ( 1972 ) – spanish latino
El Clan de los DobermansComedy, Crime, Animals, Dogs & Wolves | Premiere1972DirectorByron Ross ChudnowCastByron Mabe, Hal Reed, Julie Parrish, Simmy Bow, JoJo D’Amore, John Tull, Jay Paxton, John Strong, Diane Prior, Clyde Apperson, John Hogan, Charles Vincent
The Dobermans Clan. This film is not very different from “The Sting”, “The Great Swindle” or “Street Dogs”, to name but a few, but in this case, the criminals use a group of Dobermans for their purpose.
The film deals with the training process of a pack of dogs that will be essential to perpetrate a robbery, which is the pretext of a film as insignificant as it is pleasant due to its lack of any pretension.
It is the classic film in which a group of thieves plan a robbery. It all begins when a thief decides to rob a bank in a different way. After discovering the power of Dobermans, he enlists the help of a military dog trainer. After this, we witness the training of six dogs, in which they get tired of biting things and people (with protective suits), always obeying the orders given to them through whistles.
The dobermans strike again.
“The Doberman Gang” (1972) is a low-budget action film about a gang of thieves who, after a botched heist, decide to eliminate all human error and train a group of Doberman canines to replace them.
The day of the robbery arrives, the whistle-driven canine assailants pull off the heist without a hitch, although “Bonnie” is hit by a car and dies on the way. When the dogs return to the gang’s headquarters, the dogs refuse to allow their masters to get close enough to retrieve the bags of money. The film ends with the dogs running away from the humans who had tried to use them.