All Dogs Go to Heaven 2

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In this tuneful animated sequel, that angelic ol' dog Charlie Barkin returns to create chaos in heaven and on earth. The trouble begins when Charlie gets bored with the peaceful bliss of life in doggy heaven and begins dreaming of returning to Earth. Even the arrival of his former best pal Itchy does little to cheer him up. Then the wicked Carface steals Gabriel's horn and in the struggle it falls into San Francisco. Charlie and Itchy jump at the chance to retrieve the holy horn. Once back on Earth, the two have ...
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In this tuneful animated sequel, that angelic ol' dog Charlie Barkin returns to create chaos in heaven and on earth. The trouble begins when Charlie gets bored with the peaceful bliss of life in doggy heaven and begins dreaming of returning to Earth. Even the arrival of his former best pal Itchy does little to cheer him up. Then the wicked Carface steals Gabriel's horn and in the struggle it falls into San Francisco. Charlie and Itchy jump at the chance to retrieve the holy horn. Once back on Earth, the two have many adventures and get entangled with a sexy Irish setter a kindly boy and a wicked cat with a nefarious scheme.
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All Movie Guide - Craig Butler
The original All Dogs Go to Heaven didn't really cry out for a sequel, and that's a primary flaw with part two: there's no good reason for it to exist. Given that considerable obstacle, it's surprising that the film actually is moderately entertaining. It benefits from the fact that the character change in Charlie brought about by his growing relationship with the little boy is pretty well done, as well as from the fact that the catchy Barry Mann-Cynthia Weil score is always above average and occasionally -- as in the slinky "Count Me Out" -- quite good. In addition, there's some fine voice work from Dom DeLuise, George Hearn, and Ernest Borgnine, and effective warbling from Sheena Easton. Charlie Sheen's overall characterization is not as distinctively engaging as it needs to be, but he does have some nice moments with Adam Wylie. Although there are some nice backgrounds especially the oil paintings created for some of the San Francisco locales, the animation is unimpressive and generally lifeless. Paul Sabella and Larry Leker's direction emphasizes fast pacing, which keeps things moving, but which also prevents development of character and plot; however, given that the script is wildly overplotted, this at least keeps the film to a trim 82 minutes.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/27/1996
  • UPC: 027616554130
  • Original Release: 1996
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  • Source: Mgm (Video & Dvd)
  • Presentation: Clam Shell
  • Format: VHS

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Performance Credits
Charlie Sheen Voice Only
Sheena Easton Voice Only
Dom DeLuise Voice Only
Ernest Borgnine Voice Only
George Hearn Voice Only
Bebe Neuwirth Voice Only
Hamilton Camp Voice Only
Bobby Di Cicco Voice Only
Adam Wylie Voice Only
Wallace Shawn Voice Only
Technical Credits
Larry Leker Director
Paul Sabella Director, Producer
Jonathan Dern Producer
Maria Estrada Casting
Tony Garber Editor
Barry Mann Songwriter
Thomas V. Moss Editor
Arne Olsen Screenwriter
Deane Taylor Art Director
Kelly Ward Original Story, Producer, Screenwriter
Mark Watters Score Composer, Songwriter
Cynthia Weil Songwriter
Mark Young Original Story, Producer, Screenwriter
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 24, 2013

    Love the movie. It depicts dogs and cats against each other. But

    Love the movie. It depicts dogs and cats against each other. But then again, it has the dogs as "the good guys" (or the angels) and they have the cats as "the bad guys" (or the devils). Even though I love cats, this movie is a good movie.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    i would get it

    IT IS A GOOD MOVIE BECAUSE IT SHOWS THAT WITH ANGELS AND LOVE AND PROMISES U CAN BEAT SATIN.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    If I could give 0 stars I would

    Do not buy this for your children! It is full of bad examples for your kids. I am glad we rented it not purchased. An example of the filth in this movie is a song that satan (a cat of course) sings is, it is good to be bad and then he describes all the bad things he enjoys in the song! HE sings the song more than once too.

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