Spy Dogs: The Movie is a 1999 American animated action comedy film directed by David Silverman and produced by Haim Saban and Robert Zemeckis, in association with Fox Animation Studios. Based on The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs by Jim Benton, the film stars the voices of Micky Dolenz, Holly Hunter and Robin Williams as its main cast.

Produced by Fox Animation Studios as its second theatrical film, the film was released theatrically by 20th Century Fox on June 12, 1999 in the United States. It initially received positive reviews from critics and fans because of the animation, themes, characters, voice performances, and the soundtrack. From a $66 million budget, Spy Dogs: The Movie grossed over $177 million worldwide, making it the second profitable film from Fox Animation Studios after Anastasia.

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The Spy Dogs are a secret organization of dogs that are dedicated to protecting their world, without letting their masters know about their activities. They battle a variety of enemies, including Baron Bone, Catastrophe, and Ernst Stavro Blowfish.

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