Tom Hanks still haunted by film that left him ‘beaten to a pulp’ | Films | Entertainment

Hanks added: “The scene where I first get that dog in a collar, in a car, or attached to a car, it was … Well, just go back and look at it. It was the most physical, exhausting, time-consuming thing.

“And because it could only happen in the real world, this is not a moment of CGI to it, there’s not a moment of a stuntman being involved in it.

“It was just me and Beasley, who was the dog who was playing Hooch at the time, and it was steady cams, multiple, multiple versions of it.”

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