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Disney's The Aristocats Title

Premiere Date:
December 24, 1970

Running Time:
78 Minutes

Rated: G

STORY LINE

A pedigreed cat named Duchess, and her three kittens, Toulouse, Berlioz, and Marie, are catnapped by a greedy butler named Edgar who hopes to gain by getting the inheritance left to the family of cats by their owner, Madame Bonfamille. It looks hopeless for the cats until they meet up with Thomas O'Malley, an easygoing alley cat. Try to get back to Paris, the butler is frustrated when a gang of alley cats
and a mouse named Roquefort join O'Malley to rescue Duchess and her kittens.

CAST

CHARACTER

VOICE TALENT

Duchess

Eva Gabor

Toulouse

Gary Dubin

Berlioz

Dean Clark

Marie

Liz English

Madame Bonfamille

Hermione Baddeley

Edgar

Roddy Maude-Roxby

Thomas O'Malley

Phil Harris

Roquefort

Sterling Holloway

Napoleon 

Pat Buttram

 Abigail Gabble

Monica Evans

 Horse

Nancy Kulp

CREW

DIRECTOR

Wolfgang Reitherman

SONGS

Floyd Huddleston
Al Rinker
Terry Gilkyson
Richard and Robert Sherman

OPENING TITLE SONG
SUNG BY

Maurice Chevalier

BACKGROUND
MUSIC SCORE

Geroge Bruns

PRODUCTION DESIGNER

Ken Anderson

CAST OF CHARACTERS

Duchess, Toulouse, Berlioz, Marie,
Madame Adelaide Bonfamille, Edgar, Roquefort,
Abraham de Lacy Giuseppe Casey Thomas O'Malley,
Abigail Gabble

SONGS

"Ev'rybody Wants to Be a Cat", "Thomas O'Malley";
"The Aristocats", "She Never Felt Alone", "Scales and Arpeggios"

Disney's The Aristocats Home Video

Disney's The Aristocats: Gold Collection

Disney's The Aristocats: Gold Collection

Disney's The Aristocats LaserDisk

Disney's The Aristocats Soundtrack

Home Video

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DVD

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 LaserDisc

Soundtrack

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FAN SITE LINKS

The Aristokittens

SPIN-OFFS

No Spin-Offs Found

TRIVIA

This was the first feature-length animated
feature completed without Walt Disney.

The premiered in Los Angeles on December 11, 1970 and general
release on December 24, 1970. The film was reissued in 1980 and
1987. Released on video in 1996.

The film was four years in the making and budgeted at over $4
million. There were more than 325,000 drawings made by 35
animators, with 20 main sequences to the film having 1,124 separate
scenes using 900 painted backgrounds. The project employed some
250 people.