History Trivia / AllDogsGoToHeaven

31st Dec '16 8:51:23 PM Prinzenick
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Not the movie, but the original Beth Brown book the film was inspired by has been out of print for decades and is very hard and expensive to find.
28th Dec '16 7:14:24 AM twilicorn
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* RealitySubtext: Creator/JudithBarsi's murder during the film's production had a significant influence on it, such as changing Carface's machine gun to [[FamilyFriendlyFirearms a completely made-up laser gun]] and some minor design changes to [[InkSuitActor make Anne-Marie look more like her late actress]]. It unarguably has had an effect on audiences as well, who often find the themes of morality and scenes of a little girl in danger all the more emotional.

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* RealitySubtext: Creator/JudithBarsi's murder during the film's production had a significant influence on it, such as changing Carface's machine gun to [[FamilyFriendlyFirearms a completely made-up laser gun]] and some minor design changes to [[InkSuitActor make Anne-Marie look more like her late actress]]. It unarguably has had an effect on audiences as well, who often find both the themes of morality and scenes of a little girl in danger Anne-Marie's woobie background all the more emotional.
11th Dec '16 11:29:43 AM NWolfman
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** The Hell sequence was supposed to be a lot longer than it was in the movie.

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** The Several seconds of the Hell sequence was supposed to be a lot longer than it was in the movie.were cut for being too frightening. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gr7khtV7GAs The full version]] has recently surfaced.
19th Nov '16 3:12:28 PM NWolfman
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** Subverted, considering the fact that Burt Reynolds, Dom [=DeLuise=], Ernest Borgnine, and Charles Nelson Reilly all get songs over the course of the series. It seems that the one thing each installment had in common was giving songs to actors who couldn't sing professionally.

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** Subverted, considering the fact that Burt Reynolds, Dom [=DeLuise=], Ernest Borgnine, and Charles Nelson Reilly all get songs over the course of the series. It seems that the one thing each installment had in common was giving songs to actors who couldn't sing professionally.sing.



* RealitySubtext: Consider the [[http://z7.invisionfree.com/thegangoffive/index.php?showtopic=981 circumstances]] surrounding Creator/JudithBarsi's untimely death. Now try to watch the film without cringing violently. This may also explain the FamilyFriendlyFirearms.

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* RealitySubtext: Consider the [[http://z7.invisionfree.com/thegangoffive/index.php?showtopic=981 circumstances]] surrounding Creator/JudithBarsi's untimely death. Now try to watch murder during the film without cringing violently. This may also explain film's production had a significant influence on it, such as changing Carface's machine gun to [[FamilyFriendlyFirearms a completely made-up laser gun]] and some minor design changes to [[InkSuitActor make Anne-Marie look more like her late actress]]. It unarguably has had an effect on audiences as well, who often find the FamilyFriendlyFirearms.themes of morality and scenes of a little girl in danger all the more emotional.



* WagTheDirector: Burt Reynolds and Dom [=DeLuise=], who had developed a repertoire with one another after starring in several movies together, insisted that Don Bluth leave the room during recording sessions so that they could improvise off one another better, to Bluth's chagrin.

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* WagTheDirector: Burt Reynolds and Dom [=DeLuise=], who had developed a repertoire with one another after starring in several movies together, insisted that Don Bluth leave the room during recording sessions so that they could improvise off one another better, to Bluth's chagrin.better. Despite his initial chagrin, Bluth would later admit that some of the film's best lines came from their improv.
19th Nov '16 3:05:25 PM NWolfman
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** Burt Reynolds (voice of Charlie) stated once that there was supposed to be some swearing in the film, and he distinctly recalls recording cuss words in his dialogue. All of it was removed to make the film [[AnimationAgeGhetto more appropriate for children.]]

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** Burt Reynolds (voice of Charlie) stated once is on record for saying that there was supposed to be some casual swearing in the film, and he distinctly recalls recording cuss words in his dialogue. All dialogue, all of it which was removed to make the film [[AnimationAgeGhetto more appropriate for children.]]]] An artifact of this can be heard on the soundtrack album, when Charlie angrily mumbles to himself "Damn, that Carface, I'll kill him!" In the movie, the "damn" is awkwardly cut out.
24th Jul '16 12:33:08 PM NWolfman
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* DuelingMovies: Released on the very same day as (and promptly slaughtered by) ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid.''

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* DuelingMovies: Released on the very same day as (and [[CurbStompBattle promptly slaughtered by) by]]) ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid.''
24th Jul '16 12:12:54 PM NWolfman
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* PrecisionFStrike: While recording, Burt Reynolds had come up with this "dog voice" for Charlie that he thought had sounded cute, but that both Don Bluth and Dom [=DeLuise=] both didn't like. Burt had insisted on it, but Dom finally knocked some sense into him and told him, "Burt, don't be an asshole.", and Burt decided to use his normal voice from then on.




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** Burt Reynolds originally read his part with a more cartoonish "doggie" (read: Franchise/ScoobyDoo) voice, which nobody liked. Reynolds persisted, saying it was cute, until Dom [=DeLuise=] pulled him aside and said "Burt, don't be an [[PrecisionFStrike asshole]]," at which point he dropped it.
18th Jun '16 6:11:43 PM twilicorn
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* NonSingingVoice: In the first film. While Judith Eva Barsi was only Anne-Marie's speaking voice, the film developers had adult actress, Lana Beeson, to do the singing voice for Anne-Marie in the SugarWiki/{{heartwarming|Moments}} TearJerker song, "Soon You'll Come Home". Barsi did audition for the singing part but [[PaterFamilicide because she broke down in stress from events at home during the audition]], the filmmakers decided not to push her.

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* NonSingingVoice: In the first film. While Judith Eva Barsi was only Anne-Marie's speaking voice, the film developers had adult actress, Lana Beeson, to do the singing voice for Anne-Marie in the SugarWiki/{{heartwarming|Moments}} TearJerker song, "Soon You'll Come Home". Barsi did audition for the singing part but [[PaterFamilicide [[DarkAndTroubledPast because she broke down in stress from events at home during the audition]], the filmmakers decided not to push her.
13th May '16 11:50:56 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* PrecisionFStrike: While recording, Burt Reynolds had come up with this "dog voice" for Charlie that he thought had sounded cute, but that both Don Bluth and Dom [=DeLuise=] both didn't like. Burt had insisted on it, but Dom finally knocked some sense into him and told him, "Burt, don't be an asshole.", and Burt decided to use his normal voice from then on.
20th Apr '16 12:40:21 PM EBsessed
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* WagTheDirector: Burt Reynolds and Dom [=DeLuise=], who had developed a repertoire with one another after staring in several movies together, insisted that Don Bluth leave the room during recording sessions so that they could improvise off one another better, to Bluth's chagrin.

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* WagTheDirector: Burt Reynolds and Dom [=DeLuise=], who had developed a repertoire with one another after staring starring in several movies together, insisted that Don Bluth leave the room during recording sessions so that they could improvise off one another better, to Bluth's chagrin.
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