Poor Underdog, ending up Disneys bitch and working for the folks who snuffed Old Yeller. The pill-popping canine crime fighter from the 1960s Total TeleVision cartoon comes to the big screen as a realistically (I guess thats what youd call it) computer-animated beagle who talks in Jason Lees pleasantly scruffy Earlspeak. Only now hes the agent of bonding between a widowed ex-cop (Oliver Stone oops, James Belushi) and his sullen son (Alex Neuberger), whose coming together forms the movies emotional arc. It was probably a good idea not to traumatize kids with the static, violent weirdness of the old TV show, but director Frederik Du Chau and his three screenwriters havent replaced it with anything more memorable. Even the promising team of Peter Dinklages mad scientist Simon Barsinister and Patrick Warburtons henchman Cad turns out to be a bust. But Underdog does get an upgrade for the shows Sweet Polly Purebred, here a literal horndog (voiced by Amy Adams) who dreams of going off leash with the hero: There isnt a hose cold enough to break that up. The running time is 84 minutes. To answer your question: Yes, there are outtakes.