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Beethoven's Big Break
     

Beethoven's Big Break

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Director: Mike Elliot, Mike Elliott, Jonathan Silverman, Jennifer Finnigan

Cast: Mike Elliot, Mike Elliott, Jonathan Silverman, Jennifer Finnigan

 
Jonathan Silverman, Oscar Nunez, Cesar Millan, Rhea Perlman, and Eddie Griffin headline this installment of the popular film series featuring everyone's favorite fun-loving St. Bernard. Animal handler Eddie (Silverman) may deal with some of the best beasts in the business by day, but when it comes to his personal life there are no pets allowed. So strict is Eddie in

Overview

Jonathan Silverman, Oscar Nunez, Cesar Millan, Rhea Perlman, and Eddie Griffin headline this installment of the popular film series featuring everyone's favorite fun-loving St. Bernard. Animal handler Eddie (Silverman) may deal with some of the best beasts in the business by day, but when it comes to his personal life there are no pets allowed. So strict is Eddie in enforcing this policy that when his young son Billy discovers a stray dog named Beethoven and his young litter of puppies, he insists that the boy find another place for the homeless pooches to live. But when dog-nappers make off with the canine star of the latest film that Eddie is working on, producers start to turn up the pressure for Eddie to find a replacement. Now, the harried father's only hope is to replace the missing canine with Beethoven, a natural star if there ever was one. Of course it doesn't take long for Beethoven to win Eddie's heart, and take Hollywood by storm, in the process proving that you can teach an old dog new tricks after all.

Product Details

Release Date:
12/26/2008
UPC:
0025195034937
Original Release:
2008
Rating:
PG
Source:
Universal Studios
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame, Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time:
1:00:00
Sales rank:
40,133

Special Features

Deleted scenes; Outtakes; Moises Steals the Show

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jonathan Silverman Eddie
Jennifer Finnigan Actor
Rhea Perlman Actor
Stephen Tobolowsky Actor
Oscar Nuñez Actor
Joey Fatone Actor
Cesar Millan Actor
Moisés Arias Actor
Eddie Griffin Actor

Technical Credits
Mike Elliot Director
Mike Elliott Director
Stephen F. Campbell Cinematographer
Roderick Davis Editor
Paul DiFranco Musical Direction/Supervision
Robert Folk Score Composer
Mark Garner Production Designer
Jan Glaser Casting
Brian Levant Original Story
Wayne Morris Producer
Derek Rydall Original Story,Screenwriter

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Beethoven's Big Break
1. Playing with the Animals [8:01]
2. Held for Ransom [3:36]
3. Making Friends [4:39]
4. Who Are You? [6:28]
5. Think Again [3:54]
6. Disrupted Auditions [8:02]
7. Single Dad [3:58]
8. On the Set [5:49]
9. A New Target [7:41]
10. Star Power [5:02]
11. Brainy & Refined [4:09]
12. Heel! [5:50]
13. Leading the Pack [4:27]
14. My Best Friend [3:46]
15. Dognapped [4:47]
16. Not Worthy [2:39]
17. Real Life [6:45]
18. Roll Over [5:55]
19. World Premiere [1:42]
20. End Titles [3:34]
Disc #2 -- Beethoven's Big Break
1. Playing with the Animals [8:01]
2. Held for Ransom [3:36]
3. Making Friends [4:39]
4. Who Are You? [6:28]
5. Think Again [3:54]
6. Disrupted Auditions [8:02]
7. Single Dad [3:58]
8. On the Set [5:49]
9. A New Target [7:41]
10. Star Power [5:02]
11. Brainy & Refined [4:09]
12. Heel! [5:50]
13. Leading the Pack [4:27]
14. My Best Friend [3:46]
15. Dognapped [4:47]
16. Not Worthy [2:39]
17. Real Life [6:45]
18. Roll Over [5:55]
19. World Premiere [1:42]
20. End Titles [3:34]

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Beethoven's Big Break 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
KindergartenTeacher66 More than 1 year ago
This latest DVD in the Beethoven series is the best yet. Of course, there's plot twists and turns ton endear yourself to Beethoven, despite the hilarious antics and situations. You gotta love Beethoven. The rest of the cast is great, too!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
We need more movies "like this." Not necessarily the dog hero kind of thing. But more movies that are fun, entertaining and not offensive.
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