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14 Of Cinema’s Most Adorable Animals
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14 Of Cinema’s Most Adorable Animals | Chubby, Dolly, Tchaikovsky, and Moe
Chubby, Dolly, Tchaikovsky, and Moe

Film: Beethoven's 2nd (1993)
Owners: George (Charles Grodin) and Alice (Bonnie Hunt) Newton

Sure, Beethoven is a cute ol’ bugger in the original – especially as a little ‘un creeping into the Newtons’ back garden at the beginning – but we achieve total St. Bernard-based cute-ocity when he finds the love of his life, Missy, and proceeds to have four puppies with her.

Called Chubby, Dolly, Tchaikovsky, and Moe, they’re just as troublesome as their dad, proceeding to wee here, there and everywhere, chew things indiscriminatingly, and force Charles Grodin to embarrass himself over and over and over again.

The icing on the cute cake, however, are the little haircuts the fuzzy little fellas get, including a Mohawk. That’s right, a St. Bernard’s pup with a Mohawk, looking up at you with those big eyes… It’s almost like they were actively trying to make them as cute as possible, isn’t it?
 

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