The Adventures of Pepper and Paula

DVD Release: May 12, 2015
The Adventures of Pepper and Paula


“The Adventures of Pepper and Paula” is the story of Paula, a world champion gunslinger and star of a live action Wild West show. She is on top of the world, but when her world literally crashes in the form of a horrible accident, it is up to her best friend, her dog Pepper, to save her.

Kylie, a young and attractive cowgirl, joins the cast to help liven up the show. But she’s up to no good and it’s up to Pepper to run that little filly out of town.

The result is a fun, action-packed, heart-warming story that the entire family can enjoy.

Dove Review

Paula works at a daily Old West side show and has perfected her trick of spinning side shooters. She also finds a loose dog named Pepper, who is well trained and who she adds to her routine. When the show gets in trouble, she decides to enter a contest to raise money to help the ranch out. At the contest she meets an artist, Malcolm, and his daughter, Sierra, who is inspired by Paula and Pepper.

What a wonderful story about a young woman who inspires everyone around her. She teaches that “dreams become a reality when the heart takes over your mind.” Paula and Pepper also encourage others to never give up on dreams and always learn from your mistakes.

“The Adventures of Pepper and Paula” is a heartwarming tale filled with comedy, but also is a story about friendship and helping others. This is one the entire family will enjoy. We are proud to award this entertaining movie the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Couples kissing.
Language: None
Violence: Pretend Old West shootout; fake robbery; woman in a truck accident; woman stealing money.
Drugs: None
Nudity: Mild cleavage; woman wearing short shorts and short skirt.
Other: Finding a lost dog; gun-spinning contest; woman using a man's affection for gain.


Company: Vertical Entertainment
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 90 min.
Starring: Alexandria DeBerry, Donny Boaz, Sandy Garza
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe