Beethoven's 4th

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Released 2001

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Director:
David M. Evans , David Mickey Evans
Released:
2001
Rating:
G

Beethoven's 4th is the fourth film of the Beethoven series, and one that you definitely don't want to miss. The film was released in 2001, 9 years after the first Beethoven was made. In the beginning of this installment, the Newtons grow quite tired of the massive, clumsy St. Bernard otherwise known as Beethoven. He is wreaking havoc all over the household, and the Newton family has just about had it. That is when the kids secretly decide to enlist Beethoven in an obedience school for dogs, hoping that it will curb his bad habits. But as can be expected, things at the school go awry. As Beethoven meanders in the park one day with his fellow classmates, he gets mixed up with an identical, well-behaved St. Bernard named Michelangelo. Beethoven subsequently goes home with Michelangelo's family while Michelangelo returns to the Newtons. The Newtons are absolutely astounded by the improvements Beethoven has made in such little time - it is almost unbelievable! Meanwhile, Beethoven causes nothing but chaos at the snobby Sedgwick household. Will the dogs find their proper owners in the end? Watch to find out!

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