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Imma let you finish, but this Boston Terrier has the best costume of all time. Of all time!
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Even the darkest knights aren?t above wearing a leash.
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The Black Swan
The toy poodle won the Dog Parade's first prize for her turn as a haunted ballerina, but suffered some embarrassment later when her canine ''dance double'' accused her of covering up her contribution.
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Come to think of it, that Philip Treacy hat really did seem more like a chew toy.
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When 900 years old you reach, look as good as this pooch you will not.
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For those of you who doubted the Kryptonian lineage of French bulldogs, it's a bird, it's a plane, it's...Superdog!
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Slinky Dog in Toy Story
Andy's most elastic toy goes all Pinocchio on us and becomes a real dog!
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This Little Monster pays tribute to Lady Gaga with a replica of the red-lace Alexander McQueen ensemble she sported at the 2009 VMAs, complete with a veil to obscure her P-P-P-Poker Face.
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Olivia Newton-John in the ''Physical'' music video
She's getting physi-cal, physi-cal and helping put leg warmers back in style.
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The former Two and a Half Men star has certainly been called a dog more than once, so here's a ''Winning'' canine — and two Barbie Goddesses — willing to repay the favor. If you want tiger blood, though, you'll have to visit a cat parade.
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Quint in Jaws
He's already reenacting Robert Shaw's infamously grisly death in Jaws. Now he just needs to nail that monologue about the sinking of the USS Indianapolis, and he'll be ready for Spielberg.
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On the spectrum of House of Tudor handsomeness, this regal pug doesn't lean so much toward Jonathan Rhys Meyers' buff Henry VIII as he does Charles Laughton's.
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Maximus from Gladiator
You just know somewhere in this mutt's brain he's thinking, ''At my signal, unleash hell.''
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A flying monkey from The Wizard of Oz
Fly, my doggies!
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Bulldog Wearing Dalmatian coat
For a dose of Buffalo Bill-in-Silence of the Lambs perversity, this bulldog actually donned one of Cruella De Vil's Dalmatian coats.