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Air Bud: Spikes Back

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Air Bud: Spikes Back

Air Bud: Spikes Back
DVD cover art
Directed by Mike Southon
Produced by Anna McRoberts
Robert Vince
Screenplay by Anne Vince
Anna McRoberts
Story by Robert Vince
Based on Characters 
by Paul Tamasy
Aaron Mendelsohn
Kevin DiCicco
Starring Katija Pevec
Jake D. Smith
Tyler Boissonnault
Edie McClurg
Cynthia Stevenson
Music by Brahm Wenger
Cinematography Mike Southon
Edited by Kelly Herron
Jason Pielak
Keystone Entertainment
Keystone Pictures
Ruff Productions Inc.
Distributed by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
June 24, 2003
87 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $5 million

Air Bud: Spikes Back (also known as Air Bud 5) is the fifth and final film in the original Air Bud series. The film series itself was followed by a spin-off series: the Air Buddies franchise. It was released on June 24, 2003 as a direct to video sequel.


In Disney's fifth installment to the franchise, Air Bud finds that he also has the uncanny ability to play volleyball. Throughout this experience he and a talking parrot stop some crooks and make some new friends.


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