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The gargantuan St. Bernard finds love in this sequel to the box-office hit. Beethoven happens to meet Missy, another St. Bernard, in the park and the two find they share a certain chemistry. Unfortunately, Missy is being held captive by Regina (Debi Mazar), a spiteful ex-wife attempting to leverage ransom money from her wimpy former husband. Fortunately for the dogs, their visit was long enough for the stork to come calling (no one ever accused Beethoven of having slow paws), and soon Missy berths a litter of adorable pups. Regina decides at first to drown the pups (an apparent attempt by the screenwriters to justify whatever horrible fate befalls her later) but reconsiders when she learns of their monetary value. However, the Newton children (Christopher Castile and Sara Rose Karr) manage to rescue them, and the entire family heads off for a Montana resort, Beethoven and pups in tow. Somehow, Regina and her sleazy boyfriend (Christopher Penn) end up at the resort as well, setting the stage for the final showdown. Less appealing than the original, Beethoven's 2nd is still an innocuous hour and a half of fun for younger kids and hardcore dog lovers. ~ Jeremy Beday, Rovi
In the second "symphony," our hero meets Missy, the lady Saint Bernard of his dreams. Unfortunately, they are soon separated by Missy's hateful owner who is using her as a bargaining chip in an ugly divorce.
Saint Bernard dog
Beethoven (Fictitious character : Hughes) -- Drama.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| Universal City, Calif. :MCA Universal Home Video,1993
|Other Titles|| Beethoven's second
Universal City Studios.
MCA Universal Home Video (Firm)
Charles Grodin, Bonnie Hunt.
Executive producer, Ivan Reitman ; producers, Michael C. Gross and Joe Medjuck ; director, Rod Daniel ; writer, Len Blum.
No linguistic content
Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired.
For specific features see interactive menu.
Videodisc release of the 1993 motion picture.
Sequel to the motion picture, Beethoven.
Based on characters created by Edmond Dantes and Amy Holden Jones.
DVD; Stereo., Dolby surround.
1 videodisc (89 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.