Filmmaker Global Road Entertainment has failed â big time â to fulfill its promise to clean up scenes in a childrenâs movie in which a talking police dog is required to let his genitals be fondled.
Hit by a flood of negative publicity and criticism after its first release, Global Road promised to ârecutâ the scenes in âShow Dogs,â which critics charged would âgroom children to be open to having people touch their privates.â
On Wednesday, however, Dawn Hawkins, executive director of the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, or NCOSE, pointed out the controversial scenes remain in the second release.
The dog detective, Max, goes undercover at a dog show to rescue a kidnapped baby panda. Max is forced to endure a genital examination, which is required for contestants. The dog is clearly uncomfortable with the requirement but is advised to just endure it and go to a âZen place.â Later, it turns ...