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The Aristocats (Full Screen)


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  • Actors: Phil Harris, Eva Gabor, Sterling Holloway, Scatman Crothers, Paul Winchell
  • Directors: Wolfgang Reitherman
  • Writers: Eric Cleworth, Frank Thomas, Julius Svendsen, Ken Anderson, Larry Clemmons
  • Format: Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: G
  • Studio: Walt Disney Studios Entertainment
  • Release Date: May 20 2003
  • Run Time: 78 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6305784116
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #30,624 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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The Aristocats (Disney Gold Cla

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Duchess and her three kittens are enjoying the high life with their devoted human mistress until the wicked butler Edgar, with his eyes on a big inheritance, decides to dope them and get them out of the picture. How can these fragile creatures cope in the unfamiliar countryside and the meaner streets of Paris? Only by meeting the irrepressible alley cat O'Malley, a rough diamond with romance in his heart. After they get a taste of the wide dangerous world, he guides them home, and Edgar gets his just desserts at the wrong end of a horse. As always, it's really the voices rather than the animation that are the heart of the Disney magic: Phil Harris is brilliant as O'Malley, Eva Gabor as Duchess is... well... Eva Gabor; but perhaps the most memorable turns are by Pat Buttram and George Lindsay, who turn the old hounds Napoleon and Lafayette into a couple of bumbling Southern-fried rednecks. Their scenes with Edgar, and the musical numbers with Scat Cat and his cool-dude band, are classic. Most striking about seeing The Aristocats now is how deeply Disney's style of animation has changed since this was at the cutting edge in 1970. Perhaps the nostalgic, dated feel are just a result of being plonked down in Belle Epoque Paris, but the illustrations are fussier (a pity) and the animation and overall pace much less frenetic (sometimes a relief) than in more recent efforts such as Aladdin. --Richard Farr --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Sept. 8 2003
Format: DVD
Not only to all 5 of my kids love this movie, the cat will even sit and watch it.
This is what I believe the best older Disney movie that is out there. I rank it higher than Lady and the Tramp. For the mom that gets caught watching it there is the love story and for the dad there is the comedy of the dogs and the bad guy of the story. For the kids, you have the kittens getting into things and then Scat Cat and the band of alley cats.
My oldest 2 (9 and 6) have been singing "Everybody wants to Be a Cat" for at least 5 years when we originally got the VHS. Getting the DVD adds to the fun with the interactive parts.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mykenna on July 19 2004
Format: VHS Tape
This may be one of the best Disney movies that I have ever seen!The movie is about some of the rarest kinds of cats you could find just about anywhere in the world. The story shows some tips on how to respect oters, How to share, and how to show others how much you care about them. If you havent seen this movie, then plan to see it. This movie is for everyone, no matter how young you are, or how old you get.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sunnypatch on Feb. 22 2006
Format: DVD
I didn't watch this movie growing up but I am thoroughly enjoying it now with my kids. They are 4 & 6 now but this has been one of their favourites for a couple of years now. The music in it is great (very jazzy), the story line is cute, the characters are fun and memorable. We don't tire of watching this movie (as others have mentioned) and it's very much worth adding to your kids' movie library!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Verhaeren on May 21 2003
Format: DVD
I would have to give this 5 stars for the movie and 2 stars for the rest of the dvd. The Aristcats could also be called a sequel to 101 Dalmations, but this time it is only 4 cats that has to find thier way home instead of 15. Then you enter an ally cat name Thomas O'Malley thas aksed for help in return to the city of Paris in 1910. This movie took the Disney animators almost 4 years to make. Looks like every animators are still from Walt Disney days including Frank Thomas (who at the time of this writing) is still alive, but not very active, in fact looks like the last movie he worked on is The Fox and the Hound. As the movie opens, a woman named Madame Adelaide Bonfamille (Hermoine Baddeley) has come hom to her mansion, and awaits her lawyer (Charles Lane) to do her will in which, because of she has no living relatives, she decides to leave her house to her cats, and after the cats die, then the house goes to her butler Edgar (Roddy Maude-Roxby), and when Edgar over hears Madame's plane over a speaker, he decides to kid nap her cat Duchess (Eva Garbor) and kitness Marie (Liz English), Berlioz (Dean Clark), Toulouse (Gary Dubin), and he does that. And the Duchess and the kitness along with an alley cat named Thomas O'Malloy (Phill Harris), they make thier journey into Paris. This film was orginnlay intented to be a live action movie, but then somebody or somehow it got changed to an animated movie. And maybe some day a live action movie of this may be made, but if that does happen, for now you have this cartoon movie. This movie is a must for Disney or animated movie fans.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "krissy-pooh" on June 25 2004
Format: DVD
I love everything about this movie. Ava Gabor is wonderful as the voice of Duchess. The kittens in the story are sooo sweet. This is a must have for anyone who is a true Disney fan.
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I like "The Aristocats." Granted, it isn't a great film nor does it have "cutting edge" animation that today's generation has come to take for granted, but it is a good story with some fun songs in it that make it worth watching.
It was created back when Disney movies were made for the sake of being made. It wasn't made to gross millions of dollars in profit. It wasn't a vehicle for a new Disney Channel series. It didn't try to teach you some great moral lesson. It was simply made to entertain, and that is what it does.
Younger children will definitely love this film. The songs are fun to sing and there is enough silly action to hold any two-year old's attention. Adults, especially between the ages of eighteen and twenty-five, may grow a little tired of this movie because they may not be used to a film that isn't tied in with some type of toy line or ride at Disneyworld. Older adults will probably like it for the simple fact that it provides nostalgia.
Don't pass this one by. Get it and enjoy it with your family.
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Format: DVD
Madame is a wealthy, single French woman who dotes on her cat, Duchess (voice by Eva Gabor) and her three kittens, Marie, Berliox and Toulouse. Madame knows that she is getting older, so she puts together her will, leaving her estate to her beloved cats and nothing for her devoted butler, Edgar (voice by Roddy Maude-Roxby). Horrified that his years of service earned him nothing and outraged that Madame would choose to leave her fortune to her cats instead of himself, Edgar drugs the cats and leaves them in the countryside. Duchess is not sure what to do or how to survive in the country, but she soon finds a gallant rescuer in the form of O'Malley the alley cat (voice by Phil Harris). O'Malley was initially attracted to Duchess because she was beautiful, but, as they continue their travels and he comes to get to know her and her children, he starts thinking of settling down and leaving his footloose and fancy free life behind. However, the cats still do not know that Edgar was the one who tried to get rid of them, so even when they do make it back to Madame's mansion, they still are not safe...
The Aristocats is a charming Disney film with that classic, old time animation style that Walt Disney became known for. All of the fun Disney characters are found here, including charming (and scene stealing) supporting characters. My absolute favorites are Napoleon and Lafeyette (voice by Pat Buttram and George Lindsay), who were hysterical as country dogs who chased Edgar. Roquefort the Mouse (voice by Sterling Holloway) was also charming as a little Sherlock Holmes who solved the mystery and foiled the villainous plot. There is not as much singing in this film as in other Disney cartoons, but what there is is a fun introduction to jazz for younger viewers. This movie is completely safe for the whole family and I think that children of all ages will delight in the adventures of these intrepid cats.
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