Drama starring Ed Harris. It is 1824 and Beethoven (Harris) is racing to finish his new symphony. However it has been years since his last success and he is plagued by deafness loneliness and personal trauma. A copyist i...
In the Newton family there is no place for animals; maybe a goldfish at a push, but never a dog! Until the arrival of Beethoven: 90 kg of love, loyalty, courage and enthusiasm who changes the lives of the entire family forever as well as the appearance of the upholstery and furniture of the house! After escaping the clutches of an evil dog thief, Beethoven realizes that he has finally found the
Toot your trumpet without the worry of any offensive aftermath smells. Two quick sprays of Beethovens Lavatory Mist and any evidence of unpleasantness is erased replacing it with a woody and citrus scent. This Lavatory Mist not only smells incredible but makes a hilarious and fun gift for family friends and co-workers. Up to 500 applications per bottle. 156ml.
Fall in love with the most famous St Bernard of all time in the original blockbuster, Beethoven. Barely escaping from nefarious dognappers, an adorable puppy named Beethoven adopts the unsuspecting Newton family- and promptly grows up into 185 pounds of romping, drooling, disaster prone dog. Unfortunately, even after proving his canine credential to mom and the kids, the heroic hound gets nowhere
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BeethovenA St. Bernard puppy adopts a new home after escaping from dog thieves. The Newton family just havent realised the trouble that 185lbs of dog can get into...Beethovens 2ndBeethoven has fallen in love with the fetching Missy and is ready to settle down with a family of his own. Like it or not, George Newton, his hapless owner, is about to discover the meaning of chaos - times four!