“All Dogs Go to Heaven 2” ( English All Dogs Go To Heaven 2 ) - American cartoon of 1996 , the continuation of the cartoon “ All Dogs Go to Paradise ” by Don Blut .
|All dogs go to heaven 2|
|English All Dogs Go To Heaven 2|
|Prequels||All dogs go to heaven ( 1989 )|
|Sequels||The animated series "All Dogs Go to Paradise" |
All dogs celebrate Christmas
|Producer||Paul Sabella |
|written by||Arnie Olsen |
|Composer||Mark watters |
|Premiere||March 29, 1996|
The action begins in paradise, where his friend Chesun (Itchi) arrives at Charlie, and he acquaints him with the sights of this wonderful place, where he is already tired of order, which is sung in the first song of this cartoon (It's Too Heavenly here).
The Bulldog Carface, like Charlie, who is in paradise, steals Gabriel's horn and accidentally drops him to Earth. Charlie and Chesun are sent from heaven to Earth to bring back the heaven of the forge of Gabriel, without which the dogs cannot be called to the gates of heaven and who can do a lot of evil in unkind hands. To obtain the necessary result, it was necessary to turn to the classics: to portray ghosts, and then save the horn from the clutches of a cat demon.
- Charlie B. Barkin is a German shepherd .
- Itchi Itchiford (Chesun, Flea) ( English Itchy Itchiford ) - dachshund ; Charlie's best friend.
- Sasha La Fleur ( English Sasha La Fleur ) - Irish red setter . Singer from the cafe "Flea Bite".
- David ( born David ) is an eight-year-old boy who escaped from home.
- Annabelle ( born Annabelle ) - Whippet ; Angel of Dog Paradise.
- Carface Carusers (Tuporyl, Chest) ( English Carface Carruthers ) - Bulldog .
- Red is a large red demon cat. The main villain.
|Cartoon character||Actor dubbing|
|Charlie B. Barkin||Charlie Sheen / Jesse Corti (vocals)|
|Itchi Itchiford||House Deloise|
|Sasha La Fleur||Sheena Easton|
|Carface Carriers||Ernest Borgnine|
The authors of the cartoon songs are Barry Mann (music) and Cynthia Weill (lyrics). The rest of the music was written by Mark Watters . The soundtrack album was released on January 30, 1996  .
List of Songs
- Main Title: Heavenly Ceremony (instrumental)
- It's Too Heavenly Here (Jesse Corti)
- Count Me Out (Easton Sheena)
- My Afghan Hairless ( Jim Cummings )
- It Feels So Good to Be Bad (George Hearn and Ernest Borgnine)
- On Easy Street (Jesse Corti, Adam Wiley and House Delise)
- I Will Always Be With You (movie - Sheena Easton and Jesse Corti)
- Gabriel's Horn / New Arrivals (instrumental)
- Carface Steals the Horn / Charlie Volunteers (instrumental)
- Police Chase (instrumental)
- Red's Transformation (instrumental)
- We Meet David (instrumental)
- Battle for Gabriel's Horn (instrumental)
- Family Reunion / It's Too Heavenly Here (Reprise) (instrumental)
- I Will Always Be With You (End Title - pop version - Helen Darling and Danny Frazier )
- Filming was conducted at the Dublin Studio Screen Animation Ireland Ltd. - The former Sullivan Bluth Studios , where the first part of All Dogs and many other Don Blut cartoons were created. In October 1995, the studio was closed due to financial problems, after which it was necessary to resort to the help of contracting studios in different countries to complete the cartoon on time  .
- House Deloise is the only actor who voiced his character both in the original cartoon and in the sequel.
- When Charlie is talking to Carface in a bar, a collar appears for a moment, and then disappears, although he had not received it at that time. In the scene, when Charlie is standing on a water tank (Alcatraz) and teasing a cat with a pipe, his collar disappears for a moment, and then appears again.
- In the cartoon " All Dogs Go to Paradise, " Charlie has two moles on both cheeks. In this part they were not drawn.
- In this cartoon, Carface is not as cruel as in the first part.
- Russian-language fan cartoon site
- Kevin Thomas - All Dogs' Sequel Struggles to Pick Up Scent of Adventure Movie Review
- All Dogs Go To Heaven 2 - Review by Frankie Kowalski Review from Animation World Network