The Newton family from the original Beethoven movies are on vacation in Europe but do plan to join a Newton family reunion and to make sure one of their family members definitely makes it, they ship him to travel to the reunion with George Newton's brother Richard. Guess which family member it was? That's right, Beethoven! The giant mutt follows Richard Newton and his family of a nagging wife and two bratty kids as they hit the road to California in a huge, shiny - and expensive RV, equipped with a DVD player. Following them are two bumbling crooks who have hidden some secret codes on a DVD that they figure no one in the world will buy, but someone does: Richard. So now they've got a DVD holding top secret information and the crooks must get it back... Written by
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Buckle Up... Beethoven Is Taking A Road Trip!
Did You Know?
Screenwriter John Hughes is credited (for "characters created by") as "Edmond Dantès". Dantes is the central character in "The Count of Monte Cristo" and is the same credit John Hughes had on Beethoven
(1992) and Beethoven's 2nd
(1993). See more
When Beethoven broke free from the camper's mirror in which he was tied to, in the next scene, when Beethoven is running to Brennon's aid, you can then see in the background that the mirror on the camper is still intact, as if it were never broken off. See more
[Beethoven has outrun both Tommy and Bill; resulting in crashing their car and drenching it in cement
That dog trashed the car!
J-just don't tell my mom!
It's covered in cement.
Don't tell her.
[as he tries to wipe the wet cement off the windshield
Oh, she's gonna know.