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Though at times it’s easy to forget, there were animated films in the 80s and 90s that didn’t come from Disney. Remember The Land Before Time? An American Tail: Fievel Goes West? Among this generation of non-Disney films was All Dogs Go to Heaven, a pseudo-musical that had some of the necessary charm and some great animation, but ultimately couldn’t live up to Disney standards. This tale of two dogs and the little girl who could talk to animals was dragged down by miscast parts which led to some miserable songs. Looking back on it all, it seems that the title is more memorable than the film itself.

Charlie (Burt Reynolds) and his sidekick Itchy (Dom DeLuise) break out of the kennel and decide that Charlie’s old stomping ground should be their first stop. They arrive at the casino that Charlie and Carface (Vic Tayback) used »

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