Beethoven (1992)

Beethoven (1992)

Movie Review

Movies about animals always occupy a special place in children’s lives. In addition to modern films that are full of special effects, we shouldn’t forget to show simple and heart touching pictures like “Beethoven”. This is a family comedy, the first film of the eponymous film series, directed by Brian Levant. Once a puppy in a family of five, the dog quickly made friends with the children and their mother and soon became not only a full member of the new home, but also part of their lives.


Screen shots


Charles Grodin, Bonnie Hunt, Dean Jones

Movie Info

Director – Brian Levant
Writers – John Hughes, Amy Holden Jones
Taglines – Go ahead…YOU tell him to “roll over”.
Genres – Comedy, Drama, Family
Certificate – PG
Release date – April 3, 1992 (United States)
Country of origin – United States
Language – English
Also known as – Chú chó Beethoven
Filming locations – 1405 Milan Avenue, South Pasadena, California, USA
Production companies – Universal Pictures Northern Lights Entertainment
Gross US & Canada – $57,114,049
Opening weekend US & Canada – $7,587,565 Apr 5, 1992
Gross worldwide – $147,214,049
Runtime – 1h 27min
Color – Color
Sound mix – Dolby Stereo
Aspect ratio – 1.85 : 1


IMDb – 5.7/10
Common Sense Media – 3/5
Rotten Tomatoes – 30%

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