Race to Witch Mountain Inspired Dog Names

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Introduction

Race to Witch Mountain is a 2009 adventure science fiction film that stars Dwayne Johnson, Carla Gugino, AnnaSophia Robb and Alexander Ludwig. The film was directed by Andy Fickman, which is the second collaboration between Fickman and Johnson (the duo had previously teamed up in the 2007 comedy family film The Game Plan). It is the remake of the 1975 Disney film Escape to Witch Mountain, which was adapted from Alexander Key’s 1968 movie of the same name. Race to Witch Mountain premiered on March 13, 2009 and was a commercial success, opening at the top spot for that year with a gross total of $106 million. 

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Race to Witch Mountain Inspired Dog Name Considerations

Getting a dog is a combination of fun and serious responsibility. More than the enjoyable aspect of being a dog owner, you also need to be accountable for the life of your new dog. One of the first things that you have to decide on is what name you would like your dog to have. With all the possible name options and ideas, it can be overwhelming to make a final decision.

One of the surefire ways to come up with a name for your dog is to use pop culture as an inspiration. Movies, television, art and literature are just a few examples of works where you can draw ideas from. Based on your personal preference, you can choose references that have appeared in your favorite pop culture works.

For names inspired by the 2009 film Race to Witch Mountain, you can go for the characters in the film. Top examples include Jack, Seth and Sara, which are the film’s lead characters. You can also make a decision based on your dog’s personal traits. For instance, if you have a big muscular dog, you can name him after Dwayne Johnson’s character “Jack Bruno”. You can even choose the name “Junkyard”, which is the name of the dog featured in the movie. 

Male Race to Witch Mountain Inspired Dog Names

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Jack
After Jack Bruno, a cab driver who gets caught up in an adventure
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Bruno
From character Jack Bruno, an ex-convict turned taxi driver
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Seth
A young boy who has the ability to control his molecular density
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Henry
After Henry Burke, the leader of Project Moon Dust
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Burke
From character Henry Burke, a government agent who wants to harness Seth and Sara’s powers
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Matheson
Burke’s most trusted agent
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Donald
After Dr. Donald Harlan, a friend of Dr. Alex Friedman
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Harlan
From character Donald Harlan, Alex’s colleague who helps Jack and the kids
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Eddie
After Eddie Cortez, an auto mechanic at Stony Creek
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Cortez
From Eddie Cortez, a car shop owner who gets annoyed at people coming to his shop late at night
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Pope
One of Burke’s agents
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Carson
Burke’s right-hand military man
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Anthony
After Sheriff Anthony, the local sheriff of Stony Creek
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Siphon
A well-trained assassin who’s going after Sara and Seth
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Junkyard
The dog that befriends Sara
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Dwayne
After Dwayne Johnson, the actor who portrayed Jack Bruno
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Ludwig
After Alexander Ludwig, the actor who portrayed Seth
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Ciaran
After Ciaran Hinds, the actor who portrayed Henry Burke
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Everett
After Tom Everett Scott, the actor who portrayed Matheson
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Scott
From actor Tom Everett Scott, who played the role of Matheson
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Tom
After Tom Woodruff, Jr., the actor who portrayed the Siphon
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Woodruff
From actor Tom Woodruff, Jr., who played the role of the Siphon
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Buck
The canine actor who portrayed Junkyard
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Garry
After Garry Marshall, the actor who portrayed Donald Harlan
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Cheech
After Cheech Marin, the actor who portrayed Eddie Cortez
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Chris
After Chris Marquette, the actor who portrayed Pope
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Ike
After Ike Eisenmann, the actor who portrayed Sheriff Anthony
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Billy
After Billy Brown, the actor who portrayed Carson
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Rock
After The Rock, Dwayne Johnson’s famous alias
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Andy
After Andy Fickman, the director of the film

Female Race to Witch Mountain Inspired Dog Names

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Sara
A young girl with telepathic powers
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Alex
After Dr. Alex Friedman, an astrophysicist who was discredited
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Tina
The waitress from Stony Creek who helps the children hide
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Shira
The UFO Huntress
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Natalie
After Natalie Gann, a TV reporter
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Moon Dust
The Project headed by Henry Burke
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Anna
After AnnaSophia Robb, the actress who portrayed Sara
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Sophia
From actress AnnaSophia Robb, who played the role of Sara
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Carla
After Carla Gugino, the actress who portrayed Dr. Alex Friedman
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Kim
After Kim Richards, the actress who portrayed Tina
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Eva
After Eva Huang, the actress who portrayed Shira
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Meredith
After Meredith Salenger, the actress who portrayed Natalie Gann
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Beth
After Beth Kennedy, the actress who portrayed Stenftenagel
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Suzanne
After Suzanne Krull, the actress who portrayed Gail Ross
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Christine
After Christine Lakin, the actress who portrayed Sunday
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Hiromi
After Hiromi Oshima, the actress who portrayed one of the female aliens
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Corri
After Corri English, an actress who makes a cameo in the film
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Bonnie
After Bonnie Joy Ashley, the actress who portrayed one of the Las Vegas tourists
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Patty
After Patty Chong, the actress who portrayed one of the gamblers in Vegas
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Natalina
After Natalina Maggio, the actress who portrayed the anime characters at the convention
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Lanette
After Lanette Hannah, the actress who portrayed one of the aliens
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Marilyn
After Marilyn Monrovia, the actress who portrayed the female country dancer
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Shannon
After Shannon Robles, the actress who portrayed the UFO museum booth worker
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Marie
After Ann Marie Sanderlin, one of the film’s executive producers
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Amy
After Amy Stenftenagel, one of the film’s associate producers
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Sarah
After Sarah Finn, one of the film’s casting directors
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Randi
After Randi Hiller, one of the film’s casting directors
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Kara
After Kara Lindstrom, one of the film’s set designers
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Betty
After Betty Bennett Pappe, the film’s script supervisor
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Genevieve
After Genevieve Tyrell, the film’s costume designer

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