Best in Show (2000)

Best in Show

Tension builds as the Mayflower Best in Show Judge (Don S. Davis) comes to a surprising decision.

Directed by Christopher Guest.

Released in 2000 by Warner Bros..

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  • character-type: Trainer
  • character-type: Judge
  • character-type: Idiot
  • character-type: Host
  • action: Inspect
  • primary-genre: Comedy
  • secondary-genre: Comedy
  • mood: Suspenseful
  • mood: Funny
  • primary-occasion: Other
  • secondary-occasion: Award Ceremony
  • prop: Dog
  • theme: Success
  • theme: Sportsmanship
  • theme: Competition
  • actor: John Michael Higgins
  • actor: Christopher Guest
  • actor: Don Lake
  • actor: Can. Ch. Urchin's Bryllo
  • actor: Catherine O'Hara
  • actor: Jane Lynch
  • actor: Bob Balaban
  • actor: Jennifer Coolidge
  • actor: Don S. Davis
  • actor: Fred Willard
  • actor: Patrick Cranshaw
  • actor: Jim Piddock
  • actor: Ch. Quiet Creek's Stand By Me
  • actor: Eugene Levy
  • actor: Michael McKean
  • director: Christopher Guest
  • producer: Karen Murphy
  • producer: Gordon Mark
  • cinematographer: Roberto Schaefer
  • composer: Jeffrey C.J. Vanston
  • editor: Robert Leighton
  • costume-designer: Monique Prudhomme
  • production-designer: Joseph T. Garrity
  • role-name: III Dr. Theodore W. Millbank
  • role-name: Cookie Fleck
  • role-name: Harlan Pepper
  • role-name: Scott Donlan
  • role-name: Stefan Vanderhoof
  • role-name: Mayflower Best in Show Judge
  • role-name: 'Winky' the Norwich Terrier
  • role-name: Sherri Ann Cabot
  • role-name: Buck Laughlin
  • role-name: 'Hubert' the Bloodhound
  • role-name: Christy Cummings
  • role-name: Gerry Fleck
  • role-name: Trevor Beckwith
  • role-name: Graham Chissolm
  • role-name: Leslie Ward Cabot
  • screenwriter: Eugene Levy
  • screenwriter: Christopher Guest
  • year: 2000
  • studio: Warner Bros.