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Beethoven's 4th (4-Dec-2001)

Director: David M. Evans

Writer: John Loy

Music Composed and Conducted by: Philip Giffin

Producer: Kelli Konop

Keywords: Juvenile/Comedy, Dog

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Patrick Bristow
Actor
26-Sep-1962   Peter Barnes on Ellen
Joyce Brothers
Psychologist
20-Sep-1927 13-May-2013 Pop psychologist
David M. Evans
Film Director
20-Oct-1962   The Sandlot
Matt McCoy
Actor
20-May-1958   The Hand That Rocks the Cradle
Judge Reinhold
Actor
21-May-1957   Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Julia Sweeney
Comic
10-Oct-1959   Androgyne Pat on Saturday Night Live
Dorien Wilson
Actor
5-Jul-1963   Prof. Oglevee on The Parkers

CAST

Judge Reinhold   ...   Richard Newton
Julia Sweeney   ...   Beth Newton
Michaela Gallo   ...   Sara Newton
Joe Pichler   ...   Brennan Newton
Matt McCoy   ...   Reginald Sedgewick
Veanne Cox   ...   Martha Sedgewick
Art LaFleur   ...   Sgt. Rutledge
Dorien Wilson   ...   Marlowe
Kaleigh Krish   ...   Madison Sedgewick
Joyce Brothers   ...   Herself
Mark Lindsay Chapman   ...   Simmons
Nick Meaney   ...   Nigel
Patrick Bristow   ...   Guillermo
Natalie Elizabeth Marston   ...   Hayley
Jeff Coopwood   ...   Bill
June Lu   ...   Mrs. Rutledge
Scott Evans   ...   Chihuahua Owner
Suzanne Rampe   ...   Guest #1
Ellen Eastwood   ...   Guest #2
Christina Ma   ...   Guest #3
David M. Evans   ...   Hammett
Arlan Jewell   ...   Hot Dog Vendor
Webb Millsaps   ...   Mailman
Randy LeRoi   ...   Servant
Steven Christian   ...   Waiter

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