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All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 (1996)

Charlie and Itchy return to Earth to find Gabriel's Horn, but along the way meet up with a young boy named David, who ran away from home.


Mark Young (story), Kelly Ward (story) | 3 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ernest Borgnine ... Carface (voice)
Bebe Neuwirth ... Anabelle (voice)
Charlie Sheen ... Charlie Barkin (voice)
Hamilton Camp ... Chihuahua (voice)
Steve Mackall ... Short Customs Dog (voice)
Dan Castellaneta ... Tall Customs Dog / Angel Dog #1 (voice)
Dom DeLuise ... Itchy Itchiford (voice)
Tony Jay ... Reginald (voice)
Jim Cummings ... Jingles (voice)
Wallace Shawn ... Labradour MC (voice)
Sheena Easton ... Sasha La Fleur (voice)
George Hearn ... Red (voice)
Adam Wylie ... David (voice)
Kevin Michael Richardson ... St. Bernard / Officer Andrews (voice)
Pat Corley ... Officer McDowell (voice)


Charlie and Itchy have return to Earth to find Gabriel's Horn, but along the way they meet up with a sweet young boy named David, who ran away from home. And a beautiful Irish setter named Sasha LaFleur set them straight. But time is running out, and if Charlie is going to secure the valuable horn, he will have to prove himself worthy of his wings by taking on two incredible villains in a hair-raising, breathtaking race to the finish. Gordon Freeman dies at the end. Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

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Heaven help us! Look who's back in the adventure of 2 lifetimes. See more »


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Did You Know?


Anne-Marie, from All Dogs Go to Heaven (1989), was replaced with David, an 8 year old magician wannabe, due to Judith Barsi's fatal tragedy back in 1988, as the producers decided not to recast Ann-Marie in further All Dogs Go To Heaven franchise since she became a dedicated character of the ill-fated actress. See more »


At the end of the movie, when David says, guys I've worked a little magic, and produces two bowls of dog food, they are both contain white food, one red, one blue, in the next scene the the blue bowl has dark grayish brown dog food, while the red bowl still contains white dog food. See more »


[first lines]
Carface: [on the payphone] Boss, uh...
Red: Something happened. What's wrong?
Carface: You'll have the item today, just like we agreed. It's as good as in your hands. Nothing can go wrong!
Red: You contemptible canine!
Carface: Don't call me canine!
[Red grumbles]
Carface: Do you know the meaning of patience?
Red: [the phone receiver burns in Carface's hand] Silence! As long as dogs are involved, ANYTHING CAN GO WRONG!
Carface: [hangs up] I'll take that as a no. Sheesh, what a hothead!
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Alternate Versions

The Blu-ray release plasters the 1995 MGM logo with the 2008 MGM logo. See more »


I Will Always Be With You
Music and Lyrics by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil
Produced by Mark Watters and Barry Mann
Performed by Sheena Easton and Jesse Corti
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A few good moments can't save this embarrassing sequel.
27 December 2006 | by EarthwormJimFanSee all my reviews

How could they take such a beautifully animated gem like Don Bluth's All Dogs go to Heaven and bastardize it with a charmless, cheesy, uninspired sequel. The haunting music and delightful characters are gone, now replaced with tacky animation and an unimaginative plot.

The Pros: Charlie Sheen is sometimes fun as Charlie, but he lacks the charming tough guy attitude that brought him to life by Burt Reynolds. I did particularly enjoy the songs "I will always be with you" and "It's too Heavenly here".

The Cons: There seems to be no connection between this and the original. In the beginning Charlie is chums with Carface, but wait a minute. Isn't this the same character who was responsible for Charlie's murder and kidnapped the sweet little orphan he loved? I guess that all changes in Heaven but why isn't Anne-Marie even mentioned? If Itchy makes it to Heaven, wouldn't Flo and Killer make it too? What is with Annabelle the whippet's voice? In the original it sounded feminine and charming and in the sequel it sounds like a whiny, bitchy, parrot. The new characters aren't all that great (except Sasha). And the animation is better compared to a generic Saturday morning cartoon. The constant cartoony "humor" is flat and unfunny and the "heart" just doesn't work when compare to the original, which had such a moving unsubtle touch that makes me cry every time.

All Dogs go to Heaven is one of my all-time favorite films. How Don Bluth allowed this sequel to be made is beyond me.

BOTTOM LINE: Not all sequels go to Heaven.

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Release Date:

29 March 1996 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

All Dogs Go to Heaven II See more »


Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$2,256,118, 31 March 1996

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Sound Mix:

DTS | DTS-Stereo



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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