All Dogs Go to Heaven (1989) - (dir: Don Bluth) US one-sheet
This is a US one-sheet for the 1989 Don Bluth film All Dogs Go to Heaven based on a story by Don Bluth and Ken Cromar and starring Burt Reynolds as the voice of Charlie B. Barkin. Plot summary: Charlie B. Barkin was a rare example of a dog who owned a casino. When he was murdered by his rival Carface [Vic Tayback], he was so determined to get revenge that he found a way to con his way back among the living, even though he was warned he would be sent to Hell for doing that. On the other side he befriended an orphan girl named Anne-Marie [Judith Barsi] but he kept having nightmares about going to Hell.
Cast and crew: Gary Goldman, Ken Cromar, Loni Anderson, Judith Barsi, Dom de Luise, Don Bluth, Burt Reynolds, Melba Moore, Daryl Gilley, Candy Devine, Charles Nelson Reilly, Vic Tayback, Rob Fuller, Earleen Carey, Anna Manahan, Nigel Pegram, Ken Page, Godfrey Quigley