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Alex Silver 1 year ago
Catchy music, great dialogue and funny scenes.
Denise Elwyn McKenzie over 1 year ago
Kinda weird hearing Winnie the Pooh's voice come out of a mouse.
Dónal Kennedy over 2 years ago
Back on track at last. Heaps of personality, humour and a great score.
Leif Jacobson 5 years ago
A delightful, charming, and funny animated romp. Very enjoyable.
Robyn Hamilton almost 7 years ago
Timeless classic.
Damian Haener 7 years ago
my first movie in a cinema :-)
Salena G over 7 years ago
Pretty good Disney Classic. I like the characters. I always prefer the animal movies haha.
Bis Lf almost 8 years ago
Lo mejor es la canción del principio.
Diogo Almeida 8 years ago
Renard Bansale over 8 years ago
A gem of childhood nostalgia, even if the film if of meager substance overall.
Lino Monteiro over 8 years ago
Genuinely funny and quite tender.
Dylan Clites over 8 years ago
Everybody wants to be a cat. Fortunately, we can live vicariously through this movie.
Jenny Forsyth 8 months ago
Patricia 1 year ago
Robyn Wilde over 1 year ago
Don Lathrop over 1 year ago
Jason Funk almost 2 years ago
N B 2 years ago
Giorgia over 2 years ago
Bèsø Ðuŋ over 2 years ago
The Aristocats is a 1970 American animated feature produced and released by Walt Disney Productions in 1970 and stars Eva Gabor and Phil Harris, with Roddy Maude-Roxby as Edgar the butler, the villain of the story. The twentieth animated feature in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series, the film is based on a story by Tom McGowan and Tom Rowe, and revolves around a family of aristocratic cats, and how an alley cat acquaintance helps them after a butler has kidnapped them to gain his mistress' fortune which was meant to go to them. It was originally released to theaters by Buena Vista Distribution on December 11, 1970. The title is a pun on the word aristocrats. The film is noted for being the last film to be approved by Walt Disney himself, as he died in late 1966, before the film was released. It garnered positive reviews and was a box office success. Disney Studios began production of a sequel, The Aristocats II, in December 2005, set to release in 2007, but production was...
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