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Doggie devastation and slapstick fun are the key ingredients in this riotous canine comedy. Forget the human actors, it's the titular St Bernard pup who steals the show, slobbering his way into mischief after he flees dognappers and winds up in the home of the Newton family. Though the kids love the mutt, dad George really doesn't want the responsibility especially after the initially cute ball of fluff grows to giant proportions. But when a crooked vet targets Beethoven for animal experiments, George naturally has a change of heart.
A sweet-natured tale about an uplifting friendship between a lonely girl and and her adopted dog.
7–11 years 106 mins
A look at the top-secret, high-tech war going on between cats and dogs, which their human owners are blissfully unaware of.
7–11 years 84 mins
Charming and quirky coming of age tale set in 1950s Sweden
11+ years 97 mins
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