Homeward Bound II: Lost In San Francisco

Last Updated on: June 26th, 2024

Homeward Bound II: Lost In San Francisco (1996 Movie)

“Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco” is a family adventure film released in 1996, and it serves as a sequel to the 1993 film “Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey.” The movie was produced by Walt Disney Pictures and directed by David R. Ellis.

In this sequel, we follow the continued adventures of three lovable pets – Shadow, a wise and aging Golden Retriever; Chance, an energetic and mischievous American Bulldog; and Sassy, a sassy and independent Himalayan cat. After their incredible journey home in the first film, the trio finds themselves once again separated from their family, the Seavers.

This time, the pets follow the Seavers to San Francisco, where the family plans to spend a vacation. However, due to a series of misadventures, the animals get separated from the Seavers and find themselves lost in the bustling city. Determined to reunite with their beloved family, they embark on a new journey through the urban landscape of San Francisco.

As they navigate through the unfamiliar and sometimes dangerous city streets, the pets encounter various challenges and make new friends, both human and animal. Shadow’s wisdom and leadership, Chance’s adventurous spirit, and Sassy’s sharp wit remain at the forefront as they work together to overcome obstacles and find their way back home.

Throughout the movie, the pets learn valuable lessons about the importance of family, loyalty, and the unbreakable bond they share with the Seavers. The film also introduces new characters, including an old police dog named Riley, who helps the pets on their journey.

“Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco” was well-received by audiences and continued the heartwarming and humorous storytelling of the first film. It captures the essence of friendship and love between humans and animals and delivers a touching message about the enduring nature of family bonds.

The movie’s blend of adventure, comedy, and heartwarming moments makes it an enjoyable family film that continues to be cherished by audiences of all ages. “Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco” remains a beloved addition to Disney’s catalog of animal-centric adventures.

Homeward Bound II: Lost In San Francisco

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  • Type of Movie: Live-Action
  • Box Office: $32.77 million
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  • Robert Hays: Bob Seaver
  • Kim Greist: Laura Seaver
  • Benj Thall: Peter Seaver
  • Veronica Lauren: Hope Seaver
  • Kevin Chevalia: Jamie Seaver
  • Michael Rispoli: Jack
  • Max Perlich: Ralph
  • Keegan MacIntosh: Tucker
  • Sandra Ferens: Tucker’s Mom
  • Andrew Airlie: Tucker’s Dad
  • Ralph Waite: Shadow
  • Michael J. Fox: Chance
  • Sally Field: Sassy
  • Michael Bell: Stokey
  • Tisha Campbell-Martin: Sledge
  • Adam Goldberg: Pete
  • Carla Gugino: Delilah
  • Tommy Lasorda: Lucky Lasorda
  • Tress MacNeille: French Poodle
  • Ross Malinger: Spike
  • Al Michaels: Sparky Michaels
  • Jon Polito: Ashcan
  • Sinbad: Riley
  • Stephen Tobolowsky: Bando
  • Bob Uecker: Trixie Uecker


  • Director: David R. Ellis
  • Producer: Barry Jossen
  • Music: Bruce Broughton

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