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Plot: Retired opera star Adelaide Bonfamille enjoys the good life in her Paris villa with even classier cat Duchess and three kittens: pianist Berlioz, painter Toulouse and sanctimonious Marie. When loyal butler Edgar overhears her will leaves everything to the cats until their death, he drugs and… Runtime: 78 min Release Date: 27 Dec 1970
A great underrated Disney classic. (by TalesfromTheCryptfan)
Set in Paris in the year 1910, a retired old rich opera singer decides to give her fortune away to her beautiful cat Duchess voiced by Eva Gabor and her kittens, but the jealous butler Edgar comes up with a plan as he kidnaps the cats and leaves them in the countryside. Luckily for them with the help of a streetwise and independent tomcat named Thomas O'Malley voiced by Phil Harris helps them get home especially meeting some of his good friends like the swinging' Scat Cat voiced by Scatman Crothers and try to foil Edgar's plans.Very entertaining and edgy post-Walt <more>
Disney's death animated movie with a couple of nice jazzy tunes like the memorable "Everybody wants to be a cat", good voice acting and some terrific animation for it's time even in these times of computer animation. Not one of the greatest Disney animated movies but a cult Disney animated fave and one of the few gems of it's day that works well, highly recommended.
Since cats have nine lives, I'll give you nine reasons to see this movie:* The kittens Berlioz and Toulouse playing the piano together so unbelievably cute! * The car-chasing dogs Napoleon and Lafayette * Toulouse jumping like electrified every time he wants to be like a tough alley cat * Marie sighing romantically while alley cat O'Malley seduces her mom * Scat Cat and his jazz band, singing "ev'rybody wants to be a cat" * Stupid but proper and nice English geese Amelia and Abigail who make the cats walk like geese * O'Malley obtaining the "magic carpet" <more>
which puts the Cheshire cat to shame * Roquefort the brave mouse's journey to ask help from alley cats * Edgar the butler chase scenes and transition from a nice guy to an insane cat hater due to cat riddance plan gone bad
A Must See Film. Witty. Charming. (by zlexandrews777)
Perhaps one of the most underrated of all Disney films.The butler overhears madame's conversation of leaving everything in her will to her cats, but only after they are gone he will receive everything she possesses, not willing to wait this long he decides to dispense of the cats. After waking under a bridge from what they thought was a horrible nightmare, they realise it wasn't but they set off to get back to their madame which is some distance away. They quickly bump into a unfamiliar but charming alley cat who guides them to their destination, meeting some amusing characters along <more>
the way.All the characters and voices are simply fantastic, while the movie is surprisingly witty throughout, with a character for everyone to love and relate to. There are funny quotes throughout the film and even matched by great songs which you will be humming hours after seeing the film.
Everybody wants to be a cat! (by Smells_Like_Cheese)
AristoCats is such a terrific Disney classic that I just loved so much as a kid. Still to this day I can't resist watching it, it's just such a wonderful and charming film with great animation and lovely songs. I really miss the animation films like AristoCats, they had perfect voices not to mention the hand drawn animation that makes it perfect for the family. AristoCats is also very witty and clever, the story was just so wonderful. This film is just beyond irresistible, I think the most memorable moment for me was the cats playing the piano learning the appecio's, lol, it was <more>
just so cute with the piano playing and painting.Douchess and her kittens are very pampered in their huge mansion, mainly because their lady is very rich and treats them like they were her children. But when the lady feels it's time to make her will, she leaves everything to the cats and not to her butler. The butler gets angry and takes the kittens on the road and abondons them in the middle of no where. Douchess and the kittens wake up and with the help of a smooth street cat by the name of Thomas O'Malley, they head back home to their lady, but learn the coolness of being a skat cat.The AristoCats is just a perfect Disney movie that I feel is a bit over looked. I would always highly recommend this movie for kids or families, it could be enjoyed by anyone. The songs and story is just memorable. I will always join in for the movies best song "Everybody wants to be a cat", such a great tune. I also love those dogs that guarded the farm where the cats were abandoned, they were just so cute. This is a terrific film, please watch it, you won't be disappointed.9/10
One of the better Disney movies after the Jungle Book (by TheLittleSongbird)
The Aristocats is really quite charming, and is rated far too low on IMDb. The songs aren't as memorable as the ones in the Jungle Book, but they weren't bad at all, Everybody wants to be a Cat is a classic and the title song is brilliantly sung by Gigi's Maurice Chavelier. The animation is really lovely, the best sequence being the landscape of Paris in general. It looked beautiful. This is probably Disney's most relaxing animation I think, and as another reviewer quite rightly said, who doesn't love cats? Another great piece of animation was O' Malley looking into <more>
Duchess's eyes, as their romance was so believable while not obvious. a good thing The plot about a greedy butler and a fortune, reminds me of Bailey's Billions was a little unoriginal, but worked very well, and the script was really funny, especially the fights between the kittens. They remind me of me and my brother and 3 sisters, always fighting. My favourite scene was the chase of Edgar with the two dogs, who were always fighting about who was the leader. The voice talents were a delight, most notably Phil Harris, whom I recognised from the Jungle Book, and Eva Gabor, from the Rescuers. The supporting characters, namely Scat Cat, were also well done. In conclusion, a really pleasant film, that is definitely underrated. 8.5/10 Bethany Cox
Perhaps the best Disney film from the 1970s (by Stompgal_87)
I saw this film when it was re-released in the cinema when I was a child and I really enjoyed it then. In fact, I still enjoy it as an adult.Like most Disney films from the 1960s to 1980s, the animation style is sketchy and often flickery, in spite of it being smoother when the cat band members walk in silhouette towards the end of 'Everybody Wants to Be a Cat' while the backgrounds are beautifully drawn, especially the interior of Madam's mansion, the surroundings of Paris and the countryside, although the backgrounds at night are not quite as colourful as the ones I've <more>
already mentioned. The character designs are generally detailed but Roquefort was the most simplistic of them all. As for the music, most of the songs were catchy and memorable, particularly 'The Aristocats along with the simple opening sequence ,' 'Scales and Arpeggios,' 'Thomas O'Malley' and 'Everybody Wants to Be a Cat,' while the background music was authentic in some parts and jazzy in others. The storyline is unique to other Disney films since nobody dies and it is not quite as bittersweet as some of Disney's earlier efforts e.g. 'Dumbo' but it contains humour such as Edgar's use of the phrase, "straight from the horse's mouth" much to Frou-Frou's annoyance and the ending between Napoleon and Lafayette and the sentiment of the romance between Duchess and Thomas O'Malley. I also liked the transitions between the scenes where Duchess is concerned about Madam getting worried about her and the kittens and Madam discovering their disappearance in one scene and looking out of the window all forlorn in another. Edgar is a bumbling villain if not as sinister as the likes of Ursula, Jafar and Cruella DeVill, Madam is caring, Duchess is a doting mother, Berlioz and Toulouse are boisterous I loved Toulouse's commando-type jumping actions and Marie is adorable. The geese are amusing as well and Thomas is suave. I also liked the voice acting and the play fight scene between the kittens.Overall, this is a rather fun romp from the Disney Classics canon with very catchy music, appealing characters and a witty, sharp and sometimes moving storyline. 9/10.
Snoop Dogg loves The Aristocats (by pmcollectorboy)
No. I'm not kidding with this one. He was a guest reviewer for Entertainment Weekly and gave this movie positive marks. And who can blame him? This is a charming, upbeat, and rather funny Disney movie. Who doesn't love kittens? The music in Ev'rybody Wants To Be A Cat is jamming. It makes me want to snap my fingers or something. Only years later when Cats Don't Dance came out have I seen a movie that was that musically fun. What Aristocats lacks in animation and story, it makes up for in charm. Plus, everything moves at a relaxed pace, and even the villain isn't all that <more>
scary. It's perfect for the younger set while not being so sappy that adults can't like it. If Snoop was here, I'm sure he would say the same thing. Yeah. Dig those CRAZY cats, man.
Not among's Disney's very best, but still enjoyable (by scgary66)
The first Disney animated film without the strong involvement of Disney himself, this film suffers from the fact that the story is not particularly original or interesting this is, I believe, the only animated Disney film since the 1940's which is NOT based on an earlier book or other work, but is rather an original story . As others have noted, the plot is essentially a cross between the romance in Lady and the Tramp and the kidnapping/journey home story in 101 Dalmatians.But to overcome this flaw, the filmmakers have successfully used many of the better features of most of the Disney <more>
animated films of the previous 10-15 years: Phil Harris from The Jungle Book voicing one of the main characters, follows his duet with Louis Prima in the previous film with another here with Scatman Crothers. The quality visual look of this film is virtually carried over from "Dalmatians" with some nice nods to French Impressionism, it appears , and the villain here the butler is strongly reminiscent of the henchmen in that film as well. This is probably one of Disney's least memorable villains. The main story goes back and forth between the cats, and the butler's ongoing difficulties with two rural hound dogs with great voice work by Pat Buttram and George "Goober" Lindsey" . The various animal characters are similarly familiar to those who have seen "Tramp" and "Dalmatians." The cats' owner, while bearing a striking visual resemblance to the wicked stepmother in Sleeping Beauty, bears none of that character's nasty traits and comes across as very warm and generous.The real strength of the film is the voice work; after first going toward the use of mostly familiar actors in The Jungle Book, the tactic is continued strongly here with Disney veterans Harris and Sterling Holloway from The Jungle Book, and Eva Gabor who would do a very similar character in the later film The Rescuers , as well as Crothers and Nancy Kulp. All are excellent here, particularly Harris and Gabor in the leads. The character animation is as excellent as one would expect, showing a variety of emotions well.Smaller children may be upset by a few brief episodes an escape from the path of a speeding train, a near-drowning by one of the children , but these are not presented in a particularly frightening or dark manner and are over very quickly. Overall, there's very little of the type of more frightening scenes found in many other Disney classics.One minor oddity is the way some visual aspects of 60's culture are depicted among the jazz-performing cats in supposedly 1910 Paris; one can't help but wonder why the story wasn't set solidly in the present, other than the great deal Paris had changed much of its appearance in the intervening time. It really would have made more sense that way.The songs, while being pleasant and sometimes very enjoyably performed, are not particularly memorable. Nonetheless, the general energy applied here, the excellent voice work and fine animation all contribute to overcome the relatively few and minor weaknesses. Far from the greatness of classic "10"s such as Pinocchio or Aladdin, and not quite up to the "9"s one might give to Sleeping Beauty or 101 Dalmatians, this is probably a rather marginal 8 of 10; perhaps a 7.
Sweet, Romantic and Completely Underrated! (by Elswet)
This is NOT the masterpiece that is Snow White, Cinderella, or Bambi, but it IS a very sweet, enjoyable, romantic, well-done Disney animated feature.There are, of course, lessons included herein for the kiddies, and some very appropriate kiddie-cheek, but there is plenty herein for the adults, as well.While this is somewhat of a regurgitation of the Classic Disney RomCom Adventure, it still holds some elements, which solely belong to the AristoCats. O'Malley is the "tramp" and Dutchess is the "lady," but Dutchess has several kittens and they are all trying to get <more>
home.Phil Harris is our tomcat O'Malley. You may recognize his voice, as he also furnished the voice of Baloo the Bear in the Jungle Book, and Little John in Disney's Robin Hood. Eva Gabor lends her silky sweet voice to Dutchess.Directed by Wolfgang Reitherman, who directed, or worked on, every Disney animated film worth mentioning until his death in 1985.This is among my very favorite of the Disney animated feature films, and belongs in any Disney collection. The 2-Disk Special Edition Is Due Out This Summer 2007 .This rates an 8.4/10 from...the Fiend :.