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[holds and looks at Beethoven]
He looks good and mean.
Pet Shop Owner:
I don't know. He's pretty sweet.
You can make any dog mean.
[Beethoven urinates on her leather jacket]
Hey! Damn little beast. God!
[the pet shop owner smiles and takes Beethoven]
You got any pit bulls?
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As far as family films go, this is definatly a movie for them. If you are watching "Beethoven" on your own, you won't find anything special. Basic plot of there a villians trying to kidnap dogs to do illegal experimental tests. One of the puppies escape the villians. The puppy runs to a home with a dad who refuses to have pets. But when his children beg and beg, he lets them have the puppy they name "Beethoven". The main villian comes back to get the puppy once again. But will the father save the dog he hates in time? You'll have to find out. :-D
Not my type of movie, but show it to your kids or family.
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