Charlie B. Barkin (Burt Reynolds), a rascally German Shepherd with a shady past, breaks out of the New Orleans Dog Pound with the help of his faithful friend Itchy (Dom De Luise), a nervously hyperactive dachshund. He then makes tracks to reunite with his gambling casino partner Carface Malone (Vic Tayback), a shifty pitbull who has planned a dastardly, and potentially deadly, double cross. Suddenly, Charlie finds himself at the Pearly Gates, face to face with the Heavenly Whippet (Melba Moore). Charlie weasels his way back to earth and reunites with Itchy. He plots his revenge against Carface and, along the way, acquires help from a little girl named Anne-Marie (who can talk to animals). After a series of fiendish schemes, close scrapes and unexpected adventures, both Charlie and Anne Marie find their lives at stake. Only one can be saved and the outcome is in Charlie's paws...
John Eddings, the rough breakdown and inbetween artist of the film played the voice of the Chihuahua Gambler in Carface's Casino. See more »
When Carface discovers the girl is gone, he's riding a very crudely made vehicle simulator. At one point, he squeezes the horn on the side, which quite visibly honks, but no sound comes out. See more »
Killer, take Charlie out back for the big surprise.
Surprise? What surprise, boss?
[Does throat-slashing gesture]
[pours a mess of ketchup on his sandwich like blood on his hand]
Oh, you mean that surprise?
[Killer faints with his hand still up]
[taps ashes out of his cigar onto the sandwich]
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The opening credits are interspersed with Charlie and Itchy's breakout from the pound. See more »
Although Charlie's nightmare about Hell was trimmed in the common cut of the film, a personal director's cut by ' included the scene's full length. See more »
A Cute and Touching Animated Film From The Great Director Don Bluth.
"All Dogs Go to Heaven" is a brillaint and cute animated film from the great director Don Bluth who directed the brillaint film "The Secret of Nimh". "All dogs Go to Heaven" is the one of cutest Metro-Goldwyn Mayer animated films. Don Bluth did a great job directing and I enjoyed the voices of Dom DeLueis and Burt Reynolds. This is a classic family film that is a Metro-Goldwyn Mayer Classic. I give this great film a 10 out of 10!!!!!!
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