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This is a Christmas special based off of Don Bluth's All Dogs Go To Heaven. It was originally the 40th episode of the television series, but became its own movie. Don Bluth had no involvement in this movie, just like with the second film and the series. Unlike the first two movies, this was made direct-to-video. All of the actors whose characters were in the television series reprised their roles.


This film follows Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol.


  • Carface- the protagonist, as he is the counterpart of Ebenezer Scrooge.
  • Charlie- the deuteragonist who acts as the Ghost of Christmas Yet-to-Come.
  • Itchy- the tritagonist who acts as the Ghost of Christmas Past.
  • Sasha- the tetartagonist who acts as the Ghost of Christmas Present.
  • Killer- Carface's accomplice.
  • Annabelle- the big good who begins and ends the film with telling and reading the story to angel puppies.
  • Belladonna- the main antagonist. She is Annabelle's diabolical cousin who plots to ruin Christmas.
  • Timmy (voiced by Taylor Epperson)- a crippled puppy who is nevertheless cheerful.
  • Martha (voiced by Beth Anderson)- a poor girl who owns Timmy.
  • Angel Puppies, who listen to this story from Annabelle. One of them, Scruffy, is voiced by Myles Jeffrey.



See them here.


Nickelodeon Magazine Advertisement December 1998 All Dogs Christmas Carol Dennys Itchy Charlie plush toy

Advertisement found in the December 1998 issue of Nickelodeon Magazine.

  • Like in the first film, Annabelle's hair bunches are white.
  • Itchy and Charlie plush bean bag toys were sold at Denny's in 1998 to promote the movie.

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