Beethoven's 2nd

Continuity mistake: When the female owner of Beethoven's girlfriend (Virginia or something like that) tells her boyfriend (Floyd) to put the leash on the dog, he goes to do so but when you see his hand clip the leash on, the shot changes to a woman's hand clipping the leash on (the nails are covered in nail polish).

Continuity mistake: At the carnival, when the boy is standing in line for tickets, the girl he likes has her hair hanging straight. In the next shot, it's tied back in a ponytail.

Continuity mistake: At the beginning of the film when they all get into the 2 cars. Beethoven looks out of the window, the camera cuts to a back view of the dog then to the front again. Now he has a tennis ball in his mouth that wasn't there before.

More mistakes in Beethoven's 2nd

Regina: If you want your dog back, call my lawyer.

Emily: We're not millionaires yet. Are we thousandaires?

George Newton: Honey, I've been thinking. You been thinking?
Alice Newton: Uh-huh.
George Newton: What have you been thinking?
Alice Newton: I've been thinking, "What do you think?"

More quotes from Beethoven's 2nd

Question: What happened to all the dogs the Newtons rescued from the end of the first film? None of them appear in this sequel except for one dog, Sparky, in two scenes, but it looks like he doesn't live with them anymore.

adamtrainman@aol.com

Answer: This takes place some time after the first movie so the dogs from the first movie were most likely adopted or reunited with their proper owners.

Question: How is Ryce supposed to have got out of the room at the party when Beethoven causes the front of the house to collapse? Taylor fell in the water holding the key.

Chosen answer: Although a little dangerous she could have lowered herself down to the level below her and just walked out the house.

tattoojunkie

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