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  • Dr. Varnick Shoots Dogs In The Head At Point-Blank Range on Random 'Beethoven,' Silly Dog Movie, It's Actually Much, Much Darker Than You Think

    (#2) Dr. Varnick Shoots Dogs In The Head At Point-Blank Range

    The villain in this children's canine movie EXECUTES DOGS BY SHOOTING THEM IN THE HEAD! Of course, audiences never actually see it happen, but still. In the film's climactic scene, he is in his lab with Beethoven, holding a revolver aimed right between the St. Bernard's eyes – and this is all part of his real occupation, supposedly.

    Why? How can that be remotely necessary? What type of data does that provide? 

  • Dean Jones Played The Dad In The Animated Series on Random 'Beethoven,' Silly Dog Movie, It's Actually Much, Much Darker Than You Think

    (#13) Dean Jones Played The Dad In The Animated Series

    That's right: Dean Jones, the guy who played the dog murderer in the original movie, voiced George Newton, the man who thwarted the dog shooter, in the Beethoven animated series.

    One could look at this as a nice bit of redemption for Jones who had exclusively played good guys before his role as Dr. Varnick. Perhaps, however, he was still corrupted by his method acting and was only posing as George Newton to get close to Beethoven so he could finish the job he started all those years earlier.

  • The Murderous Dr. Varnick Previously Played An Animal Lover on Random 'Beethoven,' Silly Dog Movie, It's Actually Much, Much Darker Than You Think

    (#4) The Murderous Dr. Varnick Previously Played An Animal Lover

    Before Beethoven, Dean Jones (the guy who played the dog-killing vet) starred in a movie called The Shaggy D.A. In the movie, he had a magic ring that allowed him to transform into a dog, which apparently helped him perform his job as a... District Attorney. 

    The point is, he went from playing an actual dog to a dog murderer. Don't let anyone tell you Dean Jones doesn't have range.

  • One Of Those People Is Stanley Tucci on Random 'Beethoven,' Silly Dog Movie, It's Actually Much, Much Darker Than You Think

    (#7) One Of Those People Is Stanley Tucci

    A balding (but not-yet-bald) Stanley Tucci played one of Dr. Varnick's henchmen. Tucci has won three Emmys, two Golden Globes, and has been nominated for an Oscar. Not surprisingly, none of these were for his work in Beethoven

  • There Were Seven Sequels, An Animated Series, And A Video Game on Random 'Beethoven,' Silly Dog Movie, It's Actually Much, Much Darker Than You Think

    (#10) There Were Seven Sequels, An Animated Series, And A Video Game

    Beethoven is all the proof anyone needs to understand the evils of commercialism. There were eight Beethoven movies, most of which were direct-to-video. Regardless, the movie studio milked those St. Bernards for all they were worth, at the expense of art.

    With the addition of an animated series and a video game, Beethoven ultimately boasted its own universe, and for a story that started with a dog murderer, that's messed up.

  • Dean Jones Refused To Break Character Between Scenes on Random 'Beethoven,' Silly Dog Movie, It's Actually Much, Much Darker Than You Think

    (#3) Dean Jones Refused To Break Character Between Scenes

    Perhaps most messed up of all was Dean Jones's commitment to method acting as he refused to break character when the cameras stopped rolling. Since Dean Jones had a history of playing nice guys, like he did in The Shaggy D.A., he wanted to make sure he could really capture the essence of the dog murderer he was channeling.

    That's a pretty screwed up brain space for one to voluntarily occupy. It's a kids movie! Just phone in your evil vet performance. It could not have been worth risking your soul, Dean.

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Beethoven is an old American family comedy film, released in 1992, it is the first installment of the Beethoven film series. This is a very famous film featuring music composed by Ludwig van Beethoven. Once released, the movie became popular with families because of its funny and humorous plot, and many exaggerated expressions and scenes made people laugh. The funny form makes it easy for adults to ignore that this movie actually has a lot of dark content.

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