50. All Dogs Go To Heaven (1989)
"Charlie, who owes an obvious debt to Chuck Jones' Wile E. Coyote, comes equipped with one of the most expressive faces in cartoon history." - Chicago Tribune
Opinions on Don Bluth's movies are often split, with as many people finding All Dogs Go To Heaven a little gem as those that find it an inferior alternative to the work of Bluth's old employer - the Mouse House.
Bluth, who worked on Robin Hood, The Rescuers and The Fox And The Hound, felt Disney were moving away from their roots and ignoring their purpose, so he went his own way. Eventually, it led to this tale - far detatched from the Disney style - about Charlie, a dog who forsakes his place in Heaven in order to exact revenge on the gangster who murdered him.
When he rescues a girl who can talk to animals, however, Charlie realises he needs to change his ways to get into Heaven.