Charlie B. Barkin
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Charlie B. Barkin (Character)
from All Dogs Go to Heaven (1989)

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Charles "Charlie" B. Barkin is a roguish, fast-talking German Shepherd-mix and the main character of the "All Dogs Go to Heaven" franchise. He first appears in "All Dogs Go To Heaven" voiced by Burt Reynolds, in the original film set in 1939 New Orleans, he is operating a casino with a gangster bulldog named Carface Caruthers, but is betrayed and later murdered by Carface. He goes to Heaven, where he learns all dogs go to Heaven because they are naturally good. Charlie finds a "Life Watch" which brings him back to life, but he is warned that once his time runs out on the watch, there's a chance he might go to Hell for stealing the watch and never be able to go back to Heaven. Upon his return to Earth, he and his best friend, a dachshund named Itchy, discover Carface is harboring a young human girl named Ann-Marie, an orphan who can talk to animals. Together with Itchy, he sets on finding a home for Ann-Marie and redeeming himself, before his time runs out. Charlie appears again in two sequels "All Dogs Go to Heaven 2" and "All Dogs Christmas Carol" and a TV series which was made and set between the second and third films.

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