Sarge would be in an adventure movie too, It would be about a lost dog trying to find his way to the nearest Mc Donalds were he would scare the crap out of ronald Mc donald who would bribe him with cheese burgers and fries. Then and only then would he continue his trek twards home.
Any movie that involves sports. All Shilo wants to do is chase a ball, so it could be a soccer movie, basketball movie, football movie, or baseball movie. It doesn't matter as long as she was involved chasing something!
And joking aside, I worked with my previous dog, a Border Collie in TV. She played as the dog of the family in the Chilean version of the old sitcom "Married with Children" along with scenes in several other TV shows.
I think Karl would be the first GSD Lassie as he is gentle and caring with kids, the disabled, and the elderly. Well, he would be okay until about the 3rd of 4th time Jeff/Timmy/etc. fell down the well or otherwise got lost and then he would sit on him so he couldn't wander off again. Just like he attempted to do with a volunteer victim at a S&R training when he had to go find the same person for the third time. He must have thought she was the dumbest person he had ever encountered to keep getting lost.
Casey would be the one that carries a picture of his sweetheart in his pocket and takes it out to kiss it while the others guys are talking about the last wild party they went to. He would be the first to go in a movie -- you know the one that the space alien eats in the first contact between the species scene just to let you know you are not dealing with friendlies. His human counterpart would be the character that is happy without any adventure in his life. If anything dangerous would come up he would be the one to wave his arms around and yell at it without a clue what to do after that.
Chase is the one that would be the retired man next door in one of the old sit-coms. Just let him putter around the yard and stay at home and he is perfectly happy. Too much noise from next door and he would sputter and mutter but calm back down with a few gentle words and a kiss on the top of the head from the wife as he was being guided back inside to go lay down.
Star would be the nosy neighbor keeping an eye on everything and ready to spread the alarm about anything unusual that she sees or hears. Do they have an opening for a Henny Penny and the sky is falling type of character in any upcoming movies?
Keeta would be a Cinderella story, a rags to riches. Poor, neglected, abandoned stray dog of no known lineage gets adopted and shows the world of high-bred, pedigreed Champion working dogs that even street waifs can have the heart of a champion, are diamonds in the ruff (pun intended), as through sheer determination and a compulsive need to prove herself due to her underpriviledged start in life, she trains and competes for SchH titles and almost, sorta, makes it.
But in the end, her new owner still loves her, and that is the only thing that really matters in life.