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  • Friday 19 November 1993
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  • Friday 21 January 1994
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  • Wednesday 20 July 1994
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Man's Best Friend (1993)

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Judy Sanders , who works in a research facility, has contacted TV personality Lori Tanner . The plan was for them to meet after work. Judy is going to let Lori into the research facility to show her the atrocities that go on behind closed doors at EMAX. Dr. Jarret , who is doing vivisection and genetic altering, discovers the plan and kills Judy. Laurie keeps her appointment, but when Judy does not show, she decides to break into the lab where she finds and films dead bodies and animals that are in the middle of research projects. Among them is a Tibetan Mastiff named Max, who has been genetically altered with big cats and other exotic animals. While shooting the lab scene, Max escapes. Dr. Jarret, discovering the filming, chases Lori out of the research facility. Max follows, and as Lori drives away, Max jumps into her car. Jarret goes to the police complaining that his dog has been stolen. Later that day, when Lori goes shopping, a thief steals her purse.

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