All Dogs Go To Heaven 2

All Dogs Go To Heaven 2
All Dogs Go To Heaven 2




77 minutes


Animation, Musicals



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Fans of 1989's animated pooch-fest, All Dogs Go to Heaven, will find fun in this candy-coloured sequel. it picks up where the original left off with Charlie, the canine who had to earn his angel wings, becoming bored with the afterlife's predictability. Not even his newly deceased mate, Itchy can liven things up, leaving Charlie desperate to return to Earth. His wish comes true after the duo are assigned to recover angel Gabriel's lost horn. Unfortunately, Charlie is easily sidetracked, preferring to sniff after a beautiful Irish Setter. It's a foolish move that leads to catastrophe, when the love-struck mutt gets conned into a pact with a feline devil...

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