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Uggie to cement place in history at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre


Uggie. (Stephen Lovekin/GETTY IMAGES)

(Bad pun alert: They should call it Growlman’s, am I right? I’ll show myself out.)

Per the Hollywood Reporter, the June 25 event is being held by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment to mark the DVD and Blu-ray release of “The Artist,” which won five Oscars in February. It will double as a retirement party for the Jack Russell terrier.

With his film career behind him, Uggie has moved on to the literary world. His memoir “Uggie: My Story” will be released in October.

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