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The good doctor (Murphy) returns, along with his furry talking friends, who persuade him to save their forest from human developers. The vet must also find a mate for an endangered Pacific Western bear, but the only candidate is Archie (Zahn), a circus performer who has to be taught how to survive in the wilderness. Gastrointestinal and other bodily functions dominate the humor, and a subplot involving Doolittle's moody teenage daughter (Raven-Symone) nearly undoes the charm, but it's passable entertainment. Add half a bone if you're under 12 years old for this flatulence-obsessed outing.

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Available on Running time 87 minutes. Originally from United States.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Wild Kingdom, Doctors & Nurses, Talking Animals, Bears, Trees & Forests, Law & Lawyers, Top Grossing Films of 2001, Flatulence, Veterinarians, Family Comedy
Screenplay
Larry Levin
Cast
Eddie Murphy, Jeffrey Jones, Kevin Pollak, Raven, Kyla Pratt, Kristen Wilson, Zane R. (Lil' Zane) Copeland, Andy Richter
Cinematography
Daryn Okada
Director
Steve Carr
Music
David Newman
Other
Norm MacDonald, Lisa Kudrow, Steve Zahn, Mike Epps, Michael Rapaport, Jacob Vargas, Isaac Hayes, Andy Dick, Joey Lauren Adams, Richard Sarafian, David MacMillan, Spring Aspers, Craig P. Herring, Bradford Ricker, Ruth E. Carter, William Sandell
Producer
John Davis, Davis Entertainment Company, 20th Century-Fox

Visitor Reviews

Dr. Dolittle 2
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Nicholle

Dr. Doolittle 2 is a really good show. Anyone who loves animals would love to be able to talk to their pets! The movie starts out that John Doolittle is a doctor for people and when he hits a dog, his gift to hear and talk to animals returns. He is bothered by the fact that he has this talent and tries to ignore the animals. Dr. Doolittle does change his mind and decides to help a tiger that could die if he doesn't operate on him. Dr. Doolittle also tries to change his youngest daughter and he later sees her side and tries to make things right with her. This is a good family show and your kids will get to see a lot of different kinds of animals.

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Nicholle

Dr. Doolittle 2 is a really good show. Anyone who loves animals would love to be able to talk to their pets! The movie starts out that John Doolittle is a doctor for people and when he hits a dog, his gift to hear and talk to animals returns. He is bothered by the fact that he has this talent and tries to ignore the animals. Dr. Doolittle does change his mind and decides to help a tiger that could die if he doesn't operate on him. Dr. Doolittle also tries to change his youngest daughter and he later sees her side and tries to make things right with her. This is a good family show and your kids will get to see a lot of different kinds of animals.