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</gallery>[[File:Hellhound.jpg|thumb|Fan made image of the Hellhound from Charlie's nightmare in All Dogs Go to Heaven]]
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|name=Hellhound
A Hellhound is a demon that resides in Hell and is a "pet" of Satan (the Devil). In [[All Dogs Go to Heaven]], Charlie has a nightmare in which he is condemded to Hell and is attacked by a Hellhound and several imps (deciples of the Devil). The creature then appears toward the end of the film to take Charlie to Hell but is defeated when Annabelle (the pink whippet) appears to take Charlie to Heaven instead. The Hellhound is by far the darkest character in Don Bluth media and it's not even the main antagonist of the film.
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|films=''[[All Dogs Go to Heaven]]''
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|voice=[[Frank Welker]]
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|personality=Aggressive, evil, sinister, pugnacious, greedy, rude, parsimonious, mean, hateful, destructive, cruel, monstrous, demonic, jealous, gruff, impatient, cynical, bothersome, dangerous, contemptuous, deceitful, strict, ferocious, vengeful, impetuous, furious, stern, enraged, impertinent, pompous, argumentative, belligerent, malicious, treacherous, eccentric, obnoxious, possessive, arrogant, wicked, dreadful, mad, angry, irate, intolerant, hopeless, desperate, finicky, sinful, loathsome, disgusted, resentful, suspicious, remorseful, exasperated, sorrowful, fierce, mysterious, terrified, impolite, ominous, voracious, agitated, violent, ruthless, vindictive, carnivorous, persuasive, ferocious, stealthy, emotionless, surreptitious, unpleasant, barbarous, cantankerous, detestable, irrelevant, hostile, villainous, malignant, dishonest, offensive, awful, hideous, unintelligent, regretful, disillusioned, ravenous, shameful, brutal, fearsome, irresponsible, sophisticated, quarrelsome, blasphemous, timorous, fearful, truculent, pusillanimous, troublesome, rancorous, immature, deceptive, grumpy, thoughtless, careless, unhappy, angry, serious, aloof
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|appearance=Very large and slender brown hellhound, tan underbelly and ear innards, yellow devilish glowing eyes, gray snout, sharp teeth
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|occupation=Demon
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|alliance=Bad
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|enemies=[[Charlie B. Barkin]], [[Itchy Itchiford]], [[Annabelle]]
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|powers=Flight
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|likes=Fire
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|dislikes=Magic
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|fate=Gets defeated by Annabelle}}
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'''Hellhound''' is a demon that resides in Hell and is a "pet" of Satan (the Devil). In ''[[All Dogs Go to Heaven]]'', Charlie has a nightmare in which he is condemded to Hell and is attacked by a Hellhound and several imps (deciples of the Devil). The creature then appears toward the end of the film to take Charlie to Hell but is defeated when Annabelle (the pink whippet) appears to take Charlie to Heaven instead. The Hellhound is by far the darkest character in Don Bluth media and it's not even the main antagonist of the film.
   
[[File:Hellhound's_death.jpg|thumb|left|Hellhound's defeat]]
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Hellhound's_death.jpg|Hellhound's defeat
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Hellhound.jpg|Fan made image of the Hellhound from Charlie's nightmare in All Dogs Go to Heaven.
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Hellhound is a demon that resides in Hell and is a "pet" of Satan (the Devil). In All Dogs Go to Heaven, Charlie has a nightmare in which he is condemded to Hell and is attacked by a Hellhound and several imps (deciples of the Devil). The creature then appears toward the end of the film to take Charlie to Hell but is defeated when Annabelle (the pink whippet) appears to take Charlie to Heaven instead. The Hellhound is by far the darkest character in Don Bluth media and it's not even the main antagonist of the film.

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