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An All Dogs Christmas Carol

An All Dogs Christmas Carol
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Directed by Paul Sabella
Gary Selvaggio (co-director)
Produced by Paul Sabella
Jonathan Dern
Jymn Magon (co-producer)
Written by Jymn Magon
Starring Steven Weber
Dom DeLuise
Ernest Borgnine
Sheena Easton
Charles Nelson Reilly
Bebe Neuwirth
Music by Score: Mark Watters
Songs: Lorraine Feather and Mark Watters
Distributed by MGM/UA Family Entertainment
Release dates November 17, 1998
Running time 73 minutes
Language English

An All Dogs Christmas Carol is a 1998 animated TV movie which was originally aired on ABC. To date, it is the final installment in the All Dogs Go to Heaven film series and it also serves as the series finale to the animated series. Unlike the first two films, Carface is the story's main character. Usually, the main characters are Charlie and Itchy.[1][2][3][4][5]


The film opens with angel puppies talking to Annabelle (Bebe Neuwirth). They ask her to tell them a story. She begins to tell them about how Carface saved Christmas with a little guidance from Charlie (Steven Weber) and Itchy (Dom DeLuise).

The movie begins in an alleyway with Charlie, Itchy, Sasha (Charles Nelson Reilly) arrive and start collecting debts from everyone. After Charlie refused to pay back Carface, he blows a mysterious hypnotic dog whistle that hypnotizes all the dogs and causes them to give Carface and Killer all of their bones. Before leaving, Carface and Killer make off with all the food, the presents, and their money which includes Timmy's operation money and head off cackling.

After failing several times to get the stolen goods from Carface, it is revealed that Carface is working for Annabelle's demonic cousin, Belladonna (also Neuwirth), who plots to use a massive version of the gigantic hypnotic dog whistle to hypnotize every dog in the city into stealing the Christmas presents, causing them to be thrown out of their houses and abandoned, much in the same way Carface was when he was a puppy. Charlie plots to scare "the Dickens" out of Carface and asks Annabelle for some aid, resulting in them being transformed into characters from A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Itchy becomes the Ghost of Christmas Past, Sasha becomes the Ghost of Christmas Present, and Charlie becomes the Ghost of Christmas Future (as a reference of The Mask) with a Gospel-style song-and-dance. The three of them visit Carface and make him feel guilty about stealing the items, especially the operation money; Sasha tells Carface that without it Timmy will die, but Timmy's death will cause another — his own, as the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come shows him that because of his actions, he will cause his own death, and he will be condemned to Hell for eternity.

Carface, having seen himself in Timmy, stops the whistle just in time to prevent the dogs from stealing the gifts. Belladonna flies into a rage and is about to kill Carface and Killer when she is frozen solid by a massive amount of snow caused by Annabelle.

Meanwhile, with Charlie and the gang, it starts to snow. Everyone celebrates, but Itchy remarks that it's a shame that they didn't have any presents to give the pups. Just then, Carface appears on a sled pulled by Killer, and gives them all the presents back, and more. He even gives them Timmy's money box back, which is filled up full. Carface turns to leave, and Sasha asks him to stay and join the party. Carface respectfully refuses, saying he's going to visit his mother, but wishes everyone a Merry Christmas.

Annabelle finishes the story by saying "Merry Christmas!" to the audience (whom the puppies wave at), and Charlie and Itchy wish the same.

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  1. ^ "An All Dogs Christmas Carol(1998)". Retrieved 6 December 2013. 
  2. ^ "An All Dogs Christmas Carol (1998)". Retrieved 6 December 2013. 
  3. ^ "An-All-Dogs-Christmas-Carol". Retrieved 6 December 2013. 
  4. ^ "An All Dogs Christmas Carol". Retrieved 6 December 2013. 
  5. ^ "An All Dogs Christmas Carol". Retrieved 6 December 2013. 

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