29 December 2008

Cats in the Movies

I've seen a lot of movie about cats, some as a child growing up in the 1960's and some with my daughter who is almost 12. We both love cats and we currently own three. Just for fun, here is a listing of movies starring cats. My favorite is The AristoCats and my daughter's favorite is The Cat Returns.

The AristoCats (animation with Eva Gabor, Phil Harris)
Gay Purree (animation with Judy Garland, Robert Goulet, Morey Amsterdam, Red Buttons, Mel Blanc)
The Three Lives of Thomasina (Patrick McGoohan, Karen Dotrice, Elsbeth March)
Cats - The Movie (Jeremy Piven, Michelle Rodriguez, Dominque Swain, Jeremy Sisto)
Cats - The Musical (Elaine Paige, Rosemarie Ford, John Mills, Ken Page)
The Cat Returns (Hiroyuki Morita animation with Anne Hathaway, Cary Elwes, Elliot Gould, Tim Curry)
Top Cat (Hanna Barbera animation)
The Cat From Outer Space (Ken Berry, Sandy Duncan, Harry Morgan, Roddy McDowell)
Fritz the Cat (adult content animation)
Felix the Cat (animation)
Cats Don't Dance (animation with Rene Auberjonois, Scott Bakula, Natalie Cole)
That Darn Cat (Hayley Mills, Dean Jones, Dorothy Provine, Roddy McDowell)
Garfield-The Movie and Garfield-Tail of Two Kitties (Jennifer Love Hewitt, Breckin Meyer)
Cats and Dogs (Jeff Goldblum, Sean Hayes, Tobey Maguire, Elizabeth Perkins)
Milo and Otis (narrated by Dudley Moore)
The Cat in the Hat (Mike Meyers, Spencer Breslin, Dakota Fanning, Kelly Preston)
Homeward Bound-Incredible Journey & Lost in San Francisco (Michael J. Fox, Sally Field)
The Lion King (animation with James Earl Jones, Whoopie Goldberg, Ernie Sabella, Moira Kelly, Matthew Broderick and Jeremy Irons)
Born Free (Elsa the lion, Joy Adamson)
Two Brothers (Jean-Jacques directs Guy Pearce and Jean-Claude Drefus)
Rhubarb ( Ray Milland and Jan Sterling)
Oliver and Company (animation with...)
Feel free to contact me to add another movie about cats to this list!


Liz said...

Thank you to my friends Marv and Carol for adding Garfield, Cats and Dogs, Milo and Otis, and the Cat in the Hat movies to my original list.

Liz said...

Thanks to Jackie for adding Homeward Bound

Liz said...

Thanks also to Friday13 from Blogcatalog for mentioning Homeward Bound. And more thanks to Jackie for adding The Lion King and Born Free

Pammy Murphy said...

One of my favorites is Pyewacket from the movie "Bell, Book & Candle" with Jimmy Stewart and Kim Novak. I named one of my cats after him.

Liz said...

What an interesting name!

Liz said...

Adding 2 Brothers, a movie about tigers

Anonymous said...

Don't forget Rhubarb, a move about a cat who owned a baseball team. It came out in 1951.

The New Dickson Baseball Dictionary defines rhubarb as 'a ruckus with the umpire(s)' or 'a fight between players or between the players and fans' and dates the first use in this sense to 1943.

Liz said...

Thanks for adding Rhubarb to the list! Netflix rents it!!!

jef brown said...

Nice list..

How about puss in boots in Shrek?

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SynthFaerie said...

What about Oliver & Company?