Coming Soon: That's Not My Dog!

Olivia Watson
12th Feb 2018
It boasts the biggest cast of Australian comedians to hit the cinema screen together in years. Due for release in March Transmission Films' comedy all-star film That’s Not My Dog!, stars Shane Jacobson and a cast of comedians including Paul Hogan, Jimeoin, Fiona O’Loughlin and many more.
That’s Not My Dog! centres around the loveable Shane Jacobson (as himself) who is throwing a party with a guestlist of the funniest people he knows. His only request is to come armed with nothing but the funniest jokes you’ve ever heard.
The film, directed by Dean Murphy (Strange Bedfellows, Charlie & Boots), boasts the biggest line-up of Australian comedians seen on screen in years, coming together to celebrate our love of joke telling. 
Regarding his role in creating the film, Murphy says, “I didn't really direct this film, I just gathered the 30 funniest people I knew, turned on the cameras and kept out of the way!”
The full line-up of comedians includes:
Shane Jacobson (Kenny), 
Paul Hogan (Crocodile Dundee), 
Jimeoin (The Craic), 
Steve Vizard (Tonight Live with Steve Vizard), 
Michala Banas (Upper Middle Bogan), 
Fiona O’Loughlin (Spicks and Specks), 
Tim Ferguson (Doug Anthony All Stars), 
Lehmo (The Project), 
Ed Kavalee (Have You Been Paying Attention?), 
Paul Fenech (Fat Pizza), 
Marty Fields (Blue Heelers), 
Rob Carlton (Paper Giants), 
Christie Whelan Browne (The Wrong Girl), 
Stephen Hall (Comedy Inc), 
Dave Eastgate (Doctor Doctor), 
Genevieve Morris (Comedy Inc), 
Bev Killick (Busting Out), 
Emily Taheny (True Story with Hamish & Andy), 
Khaled Khalafalla (Upper Middle Bogan), 
Hung Le (The Wog Boy)
Ron Jacobson (Kenny)
Bec Asha (Conan O’Brien), 
Ross Daniels (The Wedge), 
Lulu McClatchy (House Husbands), 
Spud Murphy (Stand Up Comic), 
John Foreman (Carols By Candlelight),
Stewart Faichney (Strange Bedfellows) and
Nathaniel Lloyd (The Big I Am).
Also joining the party are Australian music legends The Black Sorrows, Russell Morris, Adam Brand, Dan Kelly and the fabulous Meltdown, playing their biggest hits live, throughout the night.
That’s Not My Dog hits cinemas nationally on March 8th for select screenings. Keep an eye out for special event screenings featuring members of the cast and more of their funniest jokes.