History WesternAnimation / AllDogsGoToHeaven

20th Aug '16 12:16:11 PM rmctagg09
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* DragonsAreDemonic: A dragon appears at the very end, waiting to drag Charlie's soul down to Hell. [[spoiler: The angel appears before that happens, however, drives the dragon away, and tells Charlie his place in Heaven has been restored due to his HeroicSacrifice]].
29th Jul '16 4:19:10 PM Gitman
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** However, [[spoiler: [[LaserGuidedKarma he clearly ''hates'' it there and is being hunted down by Annabelle when trying to rewind his own clock]].]]

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** However, [[spoiler: [[LaserGuidedKarma he clearly ''hates'' hates it there and is being hunted down by Annabelle when trying to rewind his own clock]].]]
29th Jul '16 4:16:54 PM Gitman
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* AnachronismStew: Forgetting for a moment that ray guns have yet become a reality as of yet in the 21st century, where did Killer manage to acquire an ''atomic'' ray gun in the year 1939?
** It's a Film/FlashGordon Ray Gun...not that that makes it any less nonsensical.

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* AnachronismStew: Killer calls his gun a "Flash Gordon atomic ray gun". Forgetting for a moment that ray guns have yet to become a reality as of yet in the 21st century, where did Killer he manage to acquire an ''atomic'' ray gun in the year 1939?
** It's a Film/FlashGordon Ray Gun...not that that makes it any less nonsensical.
1939?
19th Jul '16 2:52:24 PM morenohijazo
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* DefectorFromParadise: Charlie Barkin immediately decides to defect from Heaven upon explanation of its lack of thrill, complete predictability, and cushy lifestyle. It's best described in his song, "Let Me Be Surprised". The movie's antagonist, [[BigBad Carface]], also tried to do so upon entering Heaven at the end of the film and actually did so in the sequel due to his greed.
30th Jun '16 8:40:24 PM Chariset
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''All Dogs Go to Heaven'' is a Creator/DonBluth film released in 1989, being [[InNameOnly very loosely inspired]] by the obscure 1943 book by Beth Brown. It centers around a dog named Charlie B. Barkin who ends up getting murdered by his gangster business partner, Carface Carruthers. He ends up in Heaven, but decides to return to life and take revenge upon Carface. After he returns to life, Charlie frees a young orphan girl, Anne-Marie, from captivity at the hands of Carface. At first, Charlie exploits Anne-Marie's ability to speak to animals, but he soon comes to like the little girl and eventually undergoes a [[CharacterDevelopment change in character.]]

''All Dogs'' landed in theaters on 17 November 1989; on the same day, [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Disney]] sent out ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', resulting in one of the worst cases of DuelingMovies in film history. [[labelnote:Explanation]]This was shortly after Don Bluth's ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail'' had won a victory over Disney's ''Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective'', so Disney were determined to make up for it. Following this movie, Disney would produce ''Disney/TreasurePlanet'' and Bluth would produce ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE'', and the two movies destroyed each other.[[/labelnote]] The film received a sequel, ''WesternAnimation/AllDogsGoToHeaven2'' (par for the course for [[TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation every animated film ever during that time]]), and a TV series adaptation (with neither of which Bluth had any involvement).

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''All Dogs Go to Heaven'' is a Creator/DonBluth film released in 1989, being [[InNameOnly very loosely inspired]] by the obscure 1943 book by Beth Brown. It centers around a dog named Charlie B. Barkin who ends up getting murdered by his gangster business partner, Carface Carruthers. He ends up in Heaven, Heaven but decides to return to life and take can't rest until he gets his revenge upon Carface. After he cheats Heaven and returns to life, Charlie frees steals one of his former boss's special assets, a young orphan girl, Anne-Marie, from captivity at girl named Anne-Marie who has the hands of Carface. At first, Charlie exploits Anne-Marie's ability to speak to animals, all animals. He initially planned to exploit her ability for money, like Carface, but he soon comes to like becomes fond of the little girl and eventually undergoes a [[CharacterDevelopment change in character.of heart.]]

''All Dogs'' ''Dogs'' landed in theaters on 17 November 1989; on the same day, [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Disney]] sent out released ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', resulting in one of the worst cases of DuelingMovies in film history. [[labelnote:Explanation]]This was shortly after Don Bluth's ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail'' had won a victory over Disney's ''Disney/TheGreatMouseDetective'', so Disney were determined to make up for it. Following this movie, Disney would produce ''Disney/TreasurePlanet'' and Bluth would produce ''WesternAnimation/TitanAE'', and the two movies destroyed each other.[[/labelnote]] The film received a sequel, ''WesternAnimation/AllDogsGoToHeaven2'' (par for the course for [[TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation every animated film ever during that time]]), and a TV series adaptation (with neither of which Bluth had any involvement).



* AllDogsArePurebred: According to one song, Charlie is about as mixed as they come, yet he looks like a German shepherd through and through. Itchy identifies himself as a "wiener dog" and Charlie calls Itchy a dachshund during a particular song. Carface appears to be an English bulldog. The angelic dog is a whippet, pointed out by Charlie. Apart from that, a number of minor dog characters look ambiguous enough that they might be mutts, but it's a bit tricky to tell with the art style.

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* AllDogsArePurebred: According to one song, Charlie is about as mixed as they come, yet he looks like a German shepherd through and through. Itchy identifies himself as a "wiener dog" and Charlie calls Itchy a dachshund during a particular song. Carface appears to be an English bulldog. The angelic angel dog is a whippet, pointed out by Charlie. Apart from that, a number of minor dog characters look ambiguous enough that they might be mutts, but it's a bit tricky to tell with the art style.



* {{Amazing Technicolor P|opulation}}uppies: The puppies Flo is looking after are all bright, unnatural colors compared to all the other dogs, who have more natural looking fur colors.

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* {{Amazing Technicolor P|opulation}}uppies: The puppies Flo is looking after are all bright, unnatural colors compared to all the other dogs, who have more natural looking fur muted colors.



* SoulJar: Charlie's watch.

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* SoulJar: Charlie's watch. When it stops ticking, that's the end of his borrowed time... but as long as it remains undamaged, he's immortal.
3rd Jun '16 1:37:55 AM BohemianBob43
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* DisneyVilainDeath: Subverted; Though Carface does fall from a rather high platform into water, he does survive. [[spoiler:Only to get chased and eaten by King Gator immediately after.]]

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* DisneyVilainDeath: DisneyVillainDeath: Subverted; Though Carface does fall from a rather high platform into water, he does survive. [[spoiler:Only to get chased and eaten by King Gator immediately after.]]
3rd Jun '16 1:37:25 AM BohemianBob43
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* DisneyVilainDeath: Subverted; Though Carface does fall from a rather high platform into water, he does survive. [[spoiler:Only to get chased and eaten by King Gator immediately after.]]



* ExitPursuedByABear: Carface exits pursued by a Big-Lipped Alligator.


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* ExitPursuedByABear: [[spoiler:Carface exits pursued by a Big-Lipped Alligator.]]
19th Apr '16 5:58:05 AM EBsessed
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* WackyWaysideTribe: The tribe of sewer rats that capture Charlie and Ann-Marie in the scene leading to the literal BigLippedAlligatorMoment have little relevance to the plot.

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* WackyWaysideTribe: The tribe of sewer rats that capture captures Charlie and Ann-Marie Anne-Marie in the scene leading to the literal BigLippedAlligatorMoment have has little relevance to the plot.
19th Apr '16 5:51:05 AM EBsessed
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** Also kind of a variation [[spoiler: while it costs Charlie his mortal life, the act saves his soul from Hell, thus it saved his afterlife.]]

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** Also kind of a variation variation. [[spoiler: while While it costs Charlie his mortal life, the act saves his soul from Hell, thus it saved saving his afterlife.]]
17th Apr '16 1:59:12 PM EBsessed
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* OrphansOrdeal: Anne-Marie lives in a junkyard and gets kidnapped by a gang of talking, gambling dogs to be exploited for [[SpeaksFluentAnimal her ability to communicate with animals]].

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* OrphansOrdeal: Anne-Marie lives in a junkyard and gets kidnapped by a gang of talking, gambling dogs to be exploited for [[SpeaksFluentAnimal her ability to communicate with animals]].
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