All Dogs Go To Heaven

Theatrical Release: June 15, 1991
DVD Release: November 1, 2001
All Dogs Go To Heaven
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Synopsis

Set in 1939 New Orleans, this colorful, song-filled story centers on Charles B. Barkin, a roguish German Shepherd with charm of a con man and the heart of a marshmallow. Out for revenge against his double-crossing former partner, a cigar-chomping pit bull known as Scarface, Charlie finds himself guardian to a lonely little orphan named Ann-Marie. Her astounding ability to talk to animals leads this unlikely pair on an adventure packed with thrills laughs, tears and true love.

Dove Review

Filled with humor and music this is a lovable classic animated movie. The story is endearing with its setting of 1939 and wonderful cast of stars doing the voices. I remember when it originally came to the theater and it was fantastic. It is still enjoyable for the family and there are lessons that can be learned. But times have changed and in todays standards, there are things that may not be appropriate for younger children: Cigar smoking dog, gambling, and drinking to intoxication. For this reason Dove awards the “Family Approved” seal for 12+

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: A dog pound break out; shooting at dogs; little girl locked in junk yard; dog is "bumped off"; dog steals wallet.
Drugs: Dogs smoking cigars; dogs drinking and are intoxicated.
Nudity: None
Other: Dogs gambling.

Info

Company: 20th Century Fox Home Ent.
Writer: Don Bluth (story) and Ken Cromar
Director: Don Bluth Gary Goldman
Genre: Children
Runtime: 85 min.
Industry Rating: G
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe