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Beethoven (film)

Beethoven is a 1992 American family film, directed by Brian Levant and starring Charles Grodin and Bonnie Hunt. The film is the first in the Beethoven film series.

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Harvey: I'm so excited. That was my very first felony. I've commited a lot of misdemeanors but I do believe that was my very first felony!

Harvey: I really don't like it when you tease the dogs.
Vernon: What are you, some kind of animal lover?

George: No matter how many showers I take, I still smell Beethoven all over me.

Dr. Varnick: Here for his shots?
George: Yes.
Dr. Varnick: Well, he'll be a little groggy this evening.
George: That'll be nice.

Ted: Do you have any kids?
Brie: We have a career.

Alice: George, come on. Beethoven isn't even remotely dangerous. He'd never hurt the kids. He might take a bite out of you, though.
George: First snarl, first, any kind of weirdness and he's gone.
Alice: Weirdness? What should I watch for, hon? Wearing my clothes around the house?

George: We're goldfish people, we're antfarm people. We're not dog people.

Alice: I don't think words for parts of the body make very good names.
Emily: He's got one of those, I looked.
Alice: I'm sure he does. But I don't think Daddy would want to stand on the porch at night yelling that out.
Emily: But that's what you call Uncle Richard.

George: This is ridiculous! It's a dog. He doesn't have preferences! You could call him Ding-Dong Head and he wouldn't know the difference.

Brad: We want to get in bed with Newton Auto Air Freshners!

Devonia: If you ask me, what these children need is a little discipline.
Alice: What these children need is their mother. You're fired.

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