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All Dogs Go to Heaven

All Dogs Go to Heaven

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    All Dogs Go to Heaven is a 1989 animated musical film directed by Don Bluth. The film follows the story of a German Shepherd named Charlie, who is a con artist and a crook in New Orleans. After being killed by his former partner in crime, he is given the opportunity to go back to Earth to seek revenge and be reunited with his old life.  

    As Charlie sets out to get his revenge, he meets a young orphan girl named Anne-Marie who has the ability to talk to animals. Charlie quickly takes advantage of her gift to make money in a scheme involving horse racing. However, as he spends more time with Anne-Marie, Charlie begins to have a change of heart and decides to protect her from danger.

    The film features several musical numbers, including the popular song "Love Survives," performed by Irene Cara and Freddie Jackson. The animation style is reminiscent of classic Disney films, with vibrant colors and detailed backgrounds.

    "All Dogs Go to Heaven" received mixed reviews upon its initial release but has since gained a cult following. It was followed by a sequel in 1996 and a television series in the late 1990s. The film's message about redemption and the afterlife has resonated with audiences of all ages, making it a beloved classic in the world of animated films.