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Oh, where am I? I'm not at home at all. Children, where are you? Answer me. Children, where are you? Answer me. Berlioz, Toulouse, Marie, where are you? Here I am, Mama. Marie, darling. Are you all right? Uh, I guess I had a nightmare and fell out of bed. Now, Marie darling, n-now, now don't be frightened. Mama! Mama! That's Berlioz! Over here, darling Berlioz. Here we are. And don't worry. Everything is going to be all right. I'm coming, Mama.


 
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Madame Adelaide Bonfamille - a retired opera singer who live in Paris with his cats
Madame Adelaide Bonfamille - a retired opera singer who live in Paris with his cats
  Thomas O'Malley - brave alley cat who fall in love with Duchess
Thomas O'Malley - brave alley cat who fall in love with Duchess
  Duchess - mother of three kittens who falls in love with O'Malley
Duchess - mother of three kittens who falls in love with O'Malley
  Toulouse - the oldest kitten takes painting lessons and aspires to meet a tough alley cat
Toulouse - the oldest kitten takes painting lessons and aspires to meet a tough alley cat
 
Marie - the middle kitten takes singing lessons and want to become a great lady
Marie - the middle kitten takes singing lessons and want to become a great lady
  Berlioz - the youngest kitten takes music lessons and wants a father
Berlioz - the youngest kitten takes music lessons and wants a father
  Edgar - Madame Adelaide's English butler who plans to remove the cats
Edgar - Madame Adelaide's English butler who plans to remove the cats
  Georges Hautecourt - Madame Adelaide's lawyer who denies his old age
Georges Hautecourt - Madame Adelaide's lawyer who denies his old age
 
Napoleon the Bloodhound - a farm dog who saves Duchess and her kittens
Napoleon the Bloodhound - a farm dog who saves Duchess and her kittens
  Lafayette the Basset - Napoleon's companion who want to become a great the leader
Lafayette the Basset - Napoleon's companion who want to become a great the leader
  Abigail Gabble - English goose in a visit to his uncle
Abigail Gabble - English goose in a visit to his uncle
  Amelia Gabble - English goose who's Abigail's twin sister
Amelia Gabble - English goose who's Abigail's twin sister
 
Uncle Waldo - uncle of Amelia and Abigail
Uncle Waldo - uncle of Amelia and Abigail
  Roquefort - a mouse who's friend of Madame Adelaide's cats
Roquefort - a mouse who's friend of Madame Adelaide's cats
  Frou-Frou - the carriage-horse who's Roquefort companion
Frou-Frou - the carriage-horse who's Roquefort companion
  Scat Cat - the leader of a group of music-loving alley cats in which sing to the trumpet
Scat Cat - the leader of a group of music-loving alley cats in which sing to the trumpet
 
Shun Gon - the Chinese catwho plays to the piano and drums
Shun Gon - the Chinese catwho plays to the piano and drums
  Hit Cat - the English Cat who plays to acoustic guitar
Hit Cat - the English Cat who plays to acoustic guitar
  Peppo - the Italian Cat who plays to the accordion
Peppo - the Italian Cat who plays to the accordion
  Russian Cat - member of Scat Cat's gang who plays to bass guitar
Russian Cat - member of Scat Cat's gang who plays to bass guitar
Script Gee, I'm cold and I'm wet. Mama? Oh, darling. That's only a little frog, my love. But he had a mouth like a hippolotamus (hippopotamus). Oh, what's so funny? Now, now, darling... Darlings, now you just stay here... and I go and I look for Toulouse. Toulouse! Toulouse, where are you? Toulouse! Toulouse! Toulouse! Toulouse! Hey. What's all the yelling about, huh? Why didn't you answer? Mama, he's been here all the time. Oh, thank goodness. Oh. A-Are you all right? I was having a funny dream. Edgar was in it. And we were all riding and bouncing along... Frogs? It wasn't a dream. Edgar did this to us. Edgar? Oh, darling. Why, that's ridiculous! Yeah. Maybe you fell on your head, Toulouse. Mama, I'm afraid. I wanna go home. Now, now, my darling, now don't be frightened. You'll see... Oh, dear. Oh, dear. Now, let's get into the basket, all of us. What's gonna happen to us? Why, darlings, l, I just don't know. It does look hopeless, doesn't it? I wish we were home with Madame right now. Oh, poor Madame. She'll be so worried when she finds us gone. Duchess? Kittens? Oh, my gracious! I had the most horrible dream about them. Thank goodness it was only a dream. Oh, dear, what a terrible night. Now, my darlings. Don't be frightened. The storm will soon pass. Oh, no! They're gone! Duchess! Kittens! Duchess, where are you? They're gone! They're gone! Duchess? Kittens? Gone? Why, that's terrible! But where? Why? Good heavens! Anything could happen to them on a night like this! Get washed down a storm drain. Struck by lightning. Oh, they'll need help. I've just got to find them. Duchess! Kittens! Duchess! Kittens! Kittens! Oh, why, monsieur... your name seems to cover all of Europe. Well, of course. I'm the only cat of my kind. I'm king of the highway Prince of the boulevard Duke of the avant-garde The world is my backyard So if you're going my way That's the road you wanna seek Calcutta to Rome or home sweet home In Paris magnifique you all Oh, boy! An alley cat! And I'm very proud of that Yeah Bravo! Very good. You are a great talent. Well, thank you. And what might your name be? My name is Duchess. Duchess. Beautiful. Love it. And those eyes. Ooh. Why, your eyes are like sapphires sparkling so bright. They make the morning radiant and light. How romantic. Sissy stuff. Oh, c'est tres jolie, monsieur. Very poetic. But it is not quite Shakespeare. 'Course not. That's pure O'Malley, baby. Right off the cuff. Yeah. I got a million of them. Oh, no more, please. I am really in a great deal of trouble. Trouble? Helping beautiful dame... uh, uh, damsels in distress is my specialty. Now, what's the hang-up, your ladyship? Well, it is most important that I get back to Paris. So, if you would be just so kind and show me the way. Show you the way? Perish the thought! We shall fly to Paris on a magic carpet... side by side... with the stars as our guide... just we two. Oh, that would be wonderful. Three? Four? Five? Oh, yes, Monsieur O'Malley. These are my children. Oh, how sweet. Do you really have a magic carpet? And are we really gonna ride on it? Now Marie. Mama, do I have sparkling sapphire eyes that dazzle, too? Ooh, did I say that? Yes, right off your cuff. And you said we're gonna ride on a magic carpet. Well, now, uh, what I meant... You see, l... No poetry to cover this situation, Monsieur O'Malley? Well, what I had in mind was a kind of a sports model, baby. You know, one of those... Uh, perhaps a, a magic carpet built for two? I wouldn't take up much room. I understand perfectly, Monsieur O'Malley. Well, come along, darlings. I'm a tough alley cat, too. Hey, there, you're comin' on. I'll bet you're a real tiger in your neighborhood. Yeah. That's 'cause I practice all the time. Now, now, Toulouse, Toulouse, come along, dear. Yes, Mama. See ya around, Tiger! Ha-ha. Now, that's quite a family. And come to think of it, O'Malley, you're not a cat, you're a rat. Right? Right.
The three kittens of Duchess
The three kittens of Duchess
  The AristoCats part 3
The AristoCats part 3
  Abraham Delacey Giuseppe Casey Thomas O'Malley the alley cat
Abraham Delacey Giuseppe Casey Thomas O'Malley the alley cat
  Your eyes are like sapphires
Your eyes are like sapphires