Dancer and the Dame

DVD Release: April 28, 2015
Dancer and the Dame


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Dove Review

Billy Gardell portrays police officer Dancer, who at the moment is a file clerk at the station after being demoted. His demotion was caused by what the department thought was a lack in judgment against a local businessman. Still believing he was right, Dancer tries to investigate a young man who was badly beaten up. But that is not his only challenge. He also gets a new partner, Princess, a well-trained K-9 officer who is also facing some problems. Together the two need to find the truth.

As the duo get accustomed to each other, they find out more information that will solve the mystery and the truth of what is going on. Dancer and Princess become the right combination the force needs to investigate the crimes, and along the way they help each other get back on track in life.

This is a wonderful, entertaining family movie filled with comedy and charm. We are proud to award “Dancer and the Dame” the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Ladies on TV show that man is watching are talking about having affairs.
Language: B----, but is bleeped out on TV show that man is watching; name calling such as lazy, nut job, crazy.
Violence: Car blows up; man is hit twice in face; dog bites man; police officer is shot; man shoots another in foot; men with guns; drinks spilled and fire started; men yelling at each other; men fighting; dog chasing bad guy in car; young girl is kidnapped; police dog is shot, mild blood on dog.
Drugs: Party scene of people with drinks.
Nudity: Women in short dresses, mild cleavage is shown.
Other: People dressed in goth clothing; tattoos; police officers making fun of fellow officer.


Company: PureFlix
Writer: Tommy Blaze
Director: Gabriel Sabloff
Producer: David A R White, Russell Wolfe, Michael Scott, Elizabeth Travis
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 87 min.
Starring: Billy Gardell, Quinton Aaron, Eva LaRue, David A. R. White
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe