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Animals in Cartoons – Aristocats

Marie - from the Aristocats

I have just received a most amazing 3-D Lenticular post-card featuring the beautiful white cat, Marie, from the Aristocats. Marie is wishing a “Happy Birthday” or a happy anniversary. The card is from “Miss Girlie Girl.” Toshie from Miss Girlie Girl provides amazing 3-D and lenticular specialist artistic greeting cards, and is a delightful person. Below are some pictures of the cat characters from Aristocats and some interesting information and links.


The Aristocats was the first Disney Studios animated feature to be produced after Walt Disney’s death. A wealthy woman leaves her vast fortune to her four cats: the well-bred Duchess and her kittens, Berlioz, Toulouse, and Marie. Jealous butler Edgar, eager to get his mitts on the cats’ legacy, abandons the felines in the French countryside. The four lost kitties are aided in their efforts to return home by the raffish country pussycats Thomas O’Malley and Scat Cat. In keeping with a tradition launched by The Jungle Book (1967), The Aristocats is top-heavy with celebrity voices, including Phil Harris, Eva Gabor, Scatman Crothers, Hermione Baddeley, and the ineluctable Sterling Holloway. Assembled by the “nine old men” then in charge of animation, The Aristocats was a commercial success, essentially proving that Disney animated features could succeed without the involvement of the company’s founder.


Click here  for lyrics to the Aristocats song

Click here  to play an Aristocats Slider Puzzle


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