Recognize any of these pitbull owners?


Rachel Ray


Jessica Alba


Ceasar Millan and Daddy (Dog Whisperer and his favourite breed!)


Hellen Keller


Roy Jones Jr.
Serena Williams
Justin Miller
Cozy Coleman
Veron Haynes
Hugh Douglas
Kamal Jermaine Dupri
Richard "Rip" Hamilton
50 Cent
Young Buck
Lloyd Banks
Jordan Babineaux
Jonathan Babineaux
Maurice White
Andrew Vachss
Ira Glass
Jesse G. James
Anthony Robbins
Molly Price
General George Patton
Fred Astaire
Stephany Kramer
President Woodrow
Wilson Jan
Michael Vincent
Steve Irwin, The Crocodile Hunter
Alicia Silverstone
Humphrey Bogart
John Steinbeck
 Brad Pitt
Fatty Arbuckle
Malcolm-Jamal Warner
Mo Vaughn
James Ellroy
Amy Jo Johnson
Barbra Eden
Rosie Perez
Kelli Williams
James Caan
Shaquille “Shaq” O’Neal
Judd Nelson
Michael J. Fox
President Theodore Roosevelt
Walter Scott
Ken Howard, whose life was saved by his pit bull
Thomas Edison
Mel Brooks and Anne Bancroft
Julian Schnabel
Stephan Jenkins
Jack Dempsey
Bernadette Peters
Jon Stewart
Stephan Jenkins
Tamika Dixon
Earl Holliman
David Spade
Robert Ferguson
Shannon Elizabeth


Garfield: The Movie (2004 - Universal Pictures) - Jimmy Kimmel (voice of Spanky the Pit Bull from the Bronx)

Torque (2004 - Warner Home Videos) - Biker Cary Ford (Martin Henderson) is in possession of several motorcycles belonging to a ruthless drug dealer. Now he's putting the squeeze on Ford in an attempt to retrieve the bikes, which have something a little more valuable than gas in their tanks.Dojo is a pit bull who growls at the moon but is probably more gentle than any of the two- legged counterparts in the movie.

Cheaper By The Dozen (2003 - Fox Home Entertainment) - Blue Water's Blitz was the American Pit Bull star of Cheaper by the Dozen. Problems start right away when Nora and Hank come and the kids make it their personal mission to annoy Hank in any way that they can. Take this one scene where they soak his underwear in meat so that Blitz would chase after him.

Snatch (2001 - Columbia Tri-Star) - An unnamed Pikey pit bull whose loyalty brings luck stars in Snatch. What do two boxing promoters, an Irish gypsy who speaks gibberish, a mean British kingpin, a Russian mercenary, a Jewish jeweler from New York, three bumbling crooks, a sharpshooter with steel teeth, and a pit bull have in common? They all want a pretty damned expensive diamond.

Babe: Pig In The City (1999 - Universal Studios) - The plight of these creatures puts a dark cloud over the sunny concept of the original Babe, making this film the most frightening G rated movie I can recall. The animals in the hotel represent disturbingly real criminals we see in society -- and movies. An orangutang is played to be a drug lord, while a pit-bull has an Italian mafia accent. But when a neighbor complains about the flea-bitten establishment, animal control people come in and capture the gang in a long and heart wrenching scene that will probably upset many young viewers. "Even more imaginative than the original" (The Washington Post), this sequel takes the three musketeers Babe, Ferdy and Mrs. Hoggett on a crusade into the midst of a large city where despite incredible obstacles, they're able to turn enemies into friends, raise enough money to save the farm and combine the two worlds into one. Once again, it's Babe's kind and steady heart that achieves miracles.

Homeward Bound (1993 - Disney Studios) - This thrilling and thoroughly captivating theatrical hit from Disney has become an instant favorite with audiences of all ages. You'll lose your heart to Chance, a fun-loving American Pit Bull pup; Sassy, a hilarious Himalayan cat who lives up to her name; and Shadow, a wise old golden retriever -- all of whom express themselves with very familiar human voices! The adventure begins when the loving owners of these irresistible pets are forced to leave them in the temporary care of a friend who lives hundreds of miles away. But after several days, the worried animals begin to think their family must be in trouble, so they decide to head for home. On their incredible journey across the ruggedly beautiful Sierras, they encounter unexpected surprises from man, beast, and nature alike. It's an unforgettable story of love, courage, and devotion that will delight and inspire generations to come!

Homeward Bound II - Lost in San Francisco (1996 Disney Studios)This movie follows the unwritten law of sequels: bring back the same characters and put them in similar jeopardy with slightly tweaked circumstances. Instead of a cross-country journey, this time the pet trio must get from the San Francisco airport across the Golden Gate Bridge to their suburban home. Michael J. Fox and Sally Field return as the voices of Chance the American Pit Bull and Sassy the cat, with Ralph Waite replacing the late Don Ameche as the elderly golden retriever. Their journey features dogfights, house fires, an epic battle with a pair of petnappers, and a love affair for Chance with a stray from the other side of the bridge (Carla Gugino).

LITTLE RASCALS (1994 - Universal Studios) - Kids may enjoy the slapstick of this modern reworking of the old Our Gang comedies, but parents who grew up watching them on TV (or grandparents who saw them at theaters) will wonder why anyone would want to be involved in this remake. Directed by Penelope Spheeris, the film takes look-alike kids and casts them as Spanky, Alfalfa, Buckwheat, and the rest. These are kids doing shtick while recycling such old bits as the He-Man Woman Haters Club, the kids' go-cart race, and Spanky and Alfalfa dressing as girls.

An American Pit Bull Terrier is also the ONLY breed that has ever been on the front cover of Life Magazine for three issues!