|“||You can never go back!||„|
|~ The Hellhound to Charlie in the latter's nightmare.|
The Hellhound is the minor antagonist who appears in the 1989 Don Bluth film, All Dogs Go to Heaven.
The Hellbound takes the form of a giant brown dog-like demon with glowing yellow eyes and a gray snout that can breathe fire to create imps.
About halfway through the movie, Charlie has a nightmare in which he is condemned to Hell and is attacked by the Hellhound and several vicious imps (slaves of the Devil). The creature then appears toward the end of the film (or perhaps the Devil itself) to take Charlie's soul to Hell but is defeated when Annabelle, the angelic pink whippet, appears in a glowing blue orb of mystical energy, past through the beast who dissolves into nothingness upon contact as she arrives to take Charlie to Heaven instead.
|Don Bluth Villains|