The Aristocats (DVD)

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Product Details

Barcode
6004416131291
Department
Movies & TV
Released
23 Mar 2017
Type
Movies
Format
DVD
Region
Region 2
Language
English
Studio
Walt Disney Pictures
Supply Source
South Africa

Movie

Title
Aristocats
Release Year
1970
Running Time
79 min
Language
English
Categories
Childrens / Animated / Musicals / Animals / Cats / Disney Film / Kidnapping And Missing Persons / Kids Adventure / Recommended / Theatrical Release
Ratings
IMDb
7.1
Rotten Tomatoes®
68% 70%
Metacritic
66
Synopsis
Set in 1910, this Disney animated classic offers plenty of adventure, humor and music (especially performances by Maurice Chevalier). After high-society cat Duchess (Eva Gabor) and her three kittens inherit a fortune from their mistress, a greedy butler plots to get rid of them--and collect the cash himself. The villainous servant kidnaps the entire feline family and takes them far away from their comfortable Paris home. A bunch of animal pals come to the rescue however, and help restore the cats to their proper place. The heroic rescuers include the friendly alley cat Thomas O'Malley, the gallant mouse Roquefort, and the hilarious hounds Lafayette and Napoleon. THE ARISTOCATS was the last film personally supervised by Walt Disney himself.
Notes
Theatrical release: 1970.
Rereleased 1980 and 1987.

THE ARISTOCATS is the 20th full-length animated feature from Walt Disney Pictures.

Additional voices: Lord Tim Hudson; Thurl Ravenscroft; Dean Clark; Liz English; and Gary Dubin.

Additional credits: Don Griffith (Layout).

Color by Technicolor.

The film was shown with the live-action short "Nick, the Orphan Elephant" during its initial theatrical release.

The movie cost $4,000,000 to make.
Poster
Poster for Aristocats
Cast & Crew
Director
Wolfgang Reitherman
Star
Hermione Baddeley / Sterling Holloway / Paul Winchell
Voice
Maurice Chevalier / Scatman Crothers / Eva Gabor / Phil Harris / Roddy Maude-Roxby
Composer
George Bruns
Producer
Winston Hibler / Wolfgang Reitherman
Editor
Tom Acosta
Production Designer
Ken Anderson
Music Director
Walter Sheets
Director of Animation
Milt Kahl / John Lounsbery
Writer
Larry Clemmons

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