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4 - All Dogs Go To Heaven: But They Probably Shouldn't

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Greetings listeners! Dave and Warwick are here for another installment of Cinemastalgia, and this time we tackle the late-80s animated film, All Dogs Go To Heaven: But They Probably Shouldn't. Directed by Don Bluth and Gary Goldman, and featuring the voice talents of Burt Reynolds, Dom DeLuise, and Judith Barsi, this movie... well, let's just say woof. Pun intended. Seriously though, YMMV, but this one was a rough ride, folks. Join us as we discuss Don Bluth's penchant for scaring the hell out of children, how all dogs apparently do is gamble and drink, why no one should ever let Burt Reynolds sing, the amazing fact that they didn't get sued by Disney, and how dog heaven is completely fucked up, man! 

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