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Release Date:
25 July 2000 (USA) See more »
Buckle Up... Beethoven Is Taking A Road Trip!
The Newton family from the original Beethoven movies are on vacation in Europe but do plan to join a... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Director John Hughes dies at 59
 (From The Hollywood Reporter. 6 August 2009, 11:00 AM, PDT)

'Beethoven' Child Star Missing
 (From WENN. 17 January 2006)

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Directed by
David M. Evans  (as David Mickey Evans)
Writing credits
John Hughes (characters) (as Edmond Dantès) and
Amy Holden Jones (characters)

Jeff Schechter (written by)

Produced by
David Bixler .... producer
Kelli Konop .... producer
Original Music by
Philip Giffin 
Cinematography by
John B. Aronson (director of photography) (as John Aronson)
Ted Morris 
Film Editing by
Harry Keramidas 
Casting by
Dean E. Fronk 
Donald Paul Pemrick 
Production Design by
Chester Kaczenski 
Art Direction by
Marc Dabe 
Set Decoration by
Judi Giovanni 
Costume Design by
Bonnie Stauch 
Makeup Department
Darcy Gilmore .... makeup artist
Tracy Murphy .... assistant makeup artist
Dean Sadler .... key makeup artist
Elizabeth Sloan Freel .... key hair stylist
Production Management
Kelli Konop .... unit production manager
Virginia Landis Albertson .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Marco Black .... first assistant director
Brent Clark .... second assistant director
Melanie Grefe .... second assistant director
Robert Schroer .... second second assistant director
Gary J. Wayton .... second unit director
Art Department
Rooney Barnes .... set production assistant
Gerald T. Casey Jr. .... assistant property master
Stephen 'Casey' Casey .... property master
Kevin Chambers .... swing
Don Kaeding .... lead man
Greg Lynch .... swing
Daniel Mendible .... on-set dresser
Steve Pfauter .... swing (as Stephen O. Pfauter)
Sound Department
Rick Alexander .... sound recording mixer (as Richard Alexander)
David Bach .... dialogue editor
Gregory Beaumont .... sound effects editor
Lance Brown .... sound recording mixer
Gary Cunningham .... sound mixer
Victoria S. Cunningham .... boom operator
Matt Dubin .... digital transfer engineer
Erik Flockoi .... sound recordist
Alan Freedman .... adr mixer
Gregory M. Gerlich .... supervising sound editor
Robert Getty .... adr editor
Robert Getty .... dialogue editor
Michael Hertlein .... adr editor
Chato Hill .... assistant sound editor
C.W. Jones .... foley mixer
Craig Jurkiewicz .... foley editor
Ossama Khuluki .... foley artist
Alan L. Nineberg .... sound effects editor
Richard D. Rogers .... sound recording mixer
Anne Slack .... foley editor
Johanna Turner .... digital transfer engineer
Special Effects by
Brian Robbins .... special effects assistant
David Waine .... special effects coordinator
Chris Blackwood .... stunts
Danny Downey .... stunt double
David Hugghins .... stunts
David Brian Martin .... stunt double
Paul E. Short .... stunts
Gary J. Wayton .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Dennis 'Dink' Adams .... key grip
Steve Barnes .... additional first assistant camera (as Steven P. Barnes)
Roman W. Bennett .... lighting technician
Ray Brown .... grip
Raymond Brown .... grip (as Ray Ray Brown)
Dan Carpluk .... grip
Dan Carpluk .... key grip
Steve Clancy .... first assistant camera
Joe Clarke .... best boy grip
Steve Colgrove .... lighting technician
Michelle Crenshaw .... additional first assistant camera
Karen Crow .... camera intern
Sean Patrick Crowell .... grip
David Darwin .... lighting technician
Eric M. Davis .... lighting technician (as Eric Davis)
Michael Goldman .... grip
Nathaniel Goodman .... camera operator
Rick Gowing .... additional first assistant camera
Jeffrey B. Gregg .... grip
James Irons .... grip
Paul Kline .... second assistant camera
Giovani Lampassi .... gaffer
Robert Magnano .... additional second assistant camera
Richard Maxey .... dolly grip
Benjamin Minot .... additional first assistant camera (as Ben Minot)
Ted Morris .... additional camera operator
James A. Neal .... grip (as James Neal)
Jeff Nemeth .... grip
Tom O'Connell .... grip
Karen L. Ogle .... still photographer
Cory Peavler .... grip
Dennis Rice .... lighting technician
Scott Ronnow .... additional second assistant camera
Joaquin Sedillo .... additional camera operator
Peter Shultz .... lighting technician
John V. Smalley .... grip
Joshua E. Smith .... lighting technician
Robert Snyder .... grip
Jirí Solc .... lighting technician
Kara Stephens .... additional second assistant camera
Al Stewart .... grip (as Alan Stewart)
Manny Tapia .... electrician
Manuel G. Tapia .... lighting technician
Lon Thompson .... lighting technician
Kelly Way .... best boy electric
Casting Department
Rick Briar .... casting assistant
Sharon Gytri .... extras casting assistant
Nancy Mott .... extras casting
Hart Murmurs .... adr voice casting
Debe Waisman .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sandra Spiwak-Wallin .... additional costumer (as Sandra Spwak-Wallun)
Joyce Westergaard .... wardrobe supervisor
Editorial Department
Anthony Bozanich .... assistant editor
Frank Cuomo .... post-production coordinator
Tzarina V. Edillon .... first assistant editor
Mato .... color timer
Music Department
David R. Barkley .... orchestrator
Stu Goldberg .... composer: additional music score
Patrick Griffin .... composer: additional music
Patrick Griffin .... music editor
Christopher Klatman .... composer: additional music
Kenji Nakai .... recording engineer
Transportation Department
Mark 'Bugsy' Albertson .... driver
Roxanne Bradbury .... driver
Steven Butcher .... driver
Jeanne Cowan .... driver
Kevin Hudis .... driver
John A. Huskins .... driver
Paul Kowalczyk .... driver
David M. Lang .... driver
James Lujano .... driver
Randy Mellison .... driver
Gordie Merrick .... driver
Guy Merrick .... transportation captain
Michael Merrick .... transportation coordinator (as Mike Merrick)
Terry Van Bebber .... driver
Gregg Videgain .... driver
Ray Villarreal .... driver
Other crew
James Alesna .... additional set production assistant
Anne Apra .... stand-in
Rodney Barnes .... production assistant (as Rodney P. Barnes)
James Budak .... set production assistant
Matthew D. Conrad .... production office assistant
Sharon C. Dietz .... assistant production coordinator
Cindy J. Gray .... production coordinator
James Anthony Hill .... set medic
Jennifer Ho .... production assistant
Annette Hobday .... production assistant (as Annette Hawley)
Ed Holley .... additional set production assistant
Roy G. Irwin .... set medic (as Roy Irwin)
Kelly Jordan .... assistant: Ms. Sweeney
Michael McAdam .... stand-in
Jan McWilliams .... script supervisor
Geralyn Miller .... production accountant (as Geralyn McGah-Miller)
Karl Lewis Miller .... animal actors supplied by
April Morley .... additional trainer
Amy Ostrower .... assistant accountant
John Wayne Randolph .... craft service (as John Randolph)
Michael Randolph .... craft service
Conrad L. Ricketts .... location manager
Alan Schwartz .... craft service
Deborah Simmrin .... unit publicist
Terry Smith .... chat assistant
Don Spinney .... additional trainer (as Donald Spinney)
Suzy Strawn .... studio teacher
Justin Thaler .... production assistant: Hughes Entertainment
Patrick Thompson .... location assistant
Gary J. Wayton .... photography director (as Gary Wayton)
Joseph Wommacott .... chat

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99 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

The first Beethoven movie to receive a G rating from the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA).See more »
Continuity: After Bill and Tommy break into the RV at the railroad park, they jump out through an open window.See more »
[Brennan tries to watch "The Shakiest Gun in The West" on the DVD player; but as he presses play, he sees a computer code]
Brennan Newton:[to his dad; regarding the DVD] Dad, this disc is a reject.
Richard Newton:What? No, that was supposed to be one of the highlights of the trip.
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3 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Riiiight, nice cover up, 29 November 2006
Author: Kristine ( from Chicago, Illinois

I was babysitting a couple nights ago and my cousins are in love with the Beethoven movies, so we watched all of them and had a movie night. I remember loving the first and the second Beethoven when I was a kid, so in some ways I was interested in seeing where the story took off for the Newtons. But this turned into your typical family film that wasn't really original or believable. The "villains" seemed to be homosexual morons who seemed out of place of wanting a disc of valuable information and the whole family was predictable stereotypes.

Beethoven for no reason explained has been shipped to George Newton's brother, Richard who is taking his family to a reunion where he'll meet Geroge and Alice and give them Beethoven. I guess Richard rents a movie that these criminals thought would never be rented, in the case there is a DVD of secret information that the criminals must have back. They chase the family around with Beethoven who will make sure that these guys will not hurt the family, although with these certain villains, I'm pretty sure that's not a strong possibility.

It was really bad acting and not even a good enough movie for a family afternoon. I'm not sure why my cousins liked the movies, because I raised them better than that with movie knowledge, but oh well, I guess these movies must have something special in them. So, I guess I will give it an extra point.


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