Baby Beethoven is the 10th Baby Einstein video. It was released on October 22, 2002

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Characters:

  1. Beethoven- A musical giraffe and a professional violinist.
  2. Pavlov- A brown dog who is somehow related to Bryce, he's brown and is pretty lovable by the community.
  3. Quacker- A duck with a red scarf, he has been a cute character, and he loves the water.
  4. MacDonald- A free spirited teenage heifer and who is the sole female in the video, Wellington’s daughter, and the supreme bovine heir
  5. Isaac- A circus Lion who previously hosted Baby Newton
  6. Gregory- The older son of Neightan.

Segments

  1. Opening & Intro
  2. Symphony No. 1
  3. Walking Owls
  4. Subway Train
  5. Pavlov The Dog Walks Around The Lake But He Hears A Squeaky Toy And A Duck Quacking Pavlov Screams And Runs Away Quacker The DuckSees Pavlov's Bone And Steals It Pavlov Heard That His Friend Quacker The Duck Stole His Bone
  6. Symphony No. 3
  7. Pavlov Chases Quacker
  8. Pavlov Finally Got His Bone
  9. Fur Elise
  10. Webster The Spider
  11. Wellington The Cow Beethoven The Giraffe Pavlov The Dog Isaac The Lion Quacker The Duck Neightan The Horse Have A Parade
  12. A Bear Plays The Violin While Dogs Play In The Rain And A Pig Runs Around
  13. Baby Pictures
  14. Penguins Go Up The Stairs
  15. Beethoven The Giraffe Plays The Saxophone
  16. Pop Up Bears
  17. Synphony No. 5
  18. Isaac The Lion Cranks A Box And A Dog Pops Up
  19. Dog Toys
  20. Balls Go Down A Ramp
  21. Liquid Motion & Kinetic Toys
  22. Symphony No. 6
  23. Doors
  24. Stacking Rings And Rolling
  25. Symphony No. 9
  26. Webster The Spider with Confetti
  27. Credits

Trivia

  1. Julie Clark's opening voiceover is slightly off from the audio during the warning screen.
  2. This is the last video to have a warning screen.
  3. After the tune up ends there is no page curl transition.
  4. Also, before the opening credits, it gives you some information about Beethoven in real life.
  5. In the last seen before the end credits. When the confetti drops on the pull-along spider toy (in style of Dick Clark), you can barely hear the clapping in the applause.
  6. Earlier in the video, Sierra Clark was playing a drum, but before the thank you screen comes up in the end credits, she is now playing a violin.
  7. The title cards For the symphonies and wellington's victory, the Beethoven info and the thank you screen are missing in the 2008 version.
  8. This is the last DVD to have the 2000 DVD Menu style.
  9. The giraffe eyes' are different compared to the 2001 DVD release.
  10. This Video Was Released Because Of Popular Demand

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