Blu-ray Review: ‘All Dogs Go to Heaven’ Didn’t End the World

All Dogs Go to Heaven was direct competition to Disney’s The Little Mermaid in theaters way back in the late ’80s. Both features were released on the same day and audiences headed to the movie with the teen mermaid in a shell-bra rather rather than the gambling mongrel. Though respectable during its theatrical release, the film didn’t showcase Don Bluth might like his previous features An American Tail and The Land Before Time. Still, All Dogs Go to Heaven did amazingly well when it arrived on VHS. It’s new-found popularity helped spawned a TV series and a theatrical squeal.

The film was one of those movies I never got around to seeing. Ever. There’s no particular reason why I unconsciously avoided All Dogs Go to Heaven. Perhaps it was divine intervention that my eyes never landed on the misadventures of Charlie B. Barker (voiced by Burt Reynolds
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