KC one of 14 cities to debut new family-film aimed at helping animals and women

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. --  Sometimes we all need a helping paw. Real life rescue dogs take over the silver screen in a new family-friendly film, "Rescue Dogs The Movie," and the woman behind it all has Kansas City ties. Producer Courtney Daniels visited FOX 4 to share about how the film is different from others and how the film helps support the growth of women in Hollywood.  The film comes out April 1 in 14 select cities, and then rolls out in an additional six cities across the nation throughout the month for a total of 20 cities. Watch the video above or click here to learn more.

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