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The AristoCats 5 Reviews

"Thomas O'Malley, Duchess and her 3 kittens, the mouse Roquefort, the alley cats, the English geese, the hound dogs and the horse. The human characters are included as well: the eccentric and kind retired Opera singer Madame Adelaide Bonfamille, the comic Madame's old lawyer Georges Hautecourt and Edgar himself! Above all, this is a joyful, nice and very pleasant movie. A timeless classic which is often underestimated and forgotten. Every scene with Edgar and the hound dogs Napoleon and Lafayette chasing him are among the most hilarious you'll ever see, especially the one when Edgar drives his motorcycle into the river and around the bridge, with the dogs chasing him. The classic humor doesn't just come from Edgar or the hound dogs. Other characters have their moments as well." (review from Ralph, Edison, NJ, US)


 
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"The AristoCats is just a perfect Disney movie that I feel is a bit over looked. I would always highly recommend this movie for kids or families, it could be enjoyed by anyone. The songs and story is just memorable. I will always join in for the movies best song "Everybody wants to be a cat", such a great tune. I also love those dogs that guarded the farm where the cats were abandoned, they were just so cute. This is a terrific film, please watch it, you won't be disappointed." (review from Randy, Orlando, FL, US)

"The two British geese, Abigail and Amelia, really had me cracking up, along with their funny and drunk uncle. I also like the dogs, who tend to argue over who is 'the leader.' I could go on, but I won't spoil it. But I can tell you, The Aristocats is funny and will entertain everyone without having to resort to rudimentary humor." (review from James, Saint Paul, MN, US)

"This flick has so many memorable songs in it, because they are jazzy and great. Great animation too, I mean, you can't resist hearing Everybody Wants to Be a Cat or Thomas O’Malley. The animation is very good. I mean, if Disney saw this himself, he would like it a lot!" (review from Emily, Summerville, SC, US)

"My favorite part of the movie is when the kittens are playing the piano. That part is adorable. I also enjoy their journey home. It's incredible. This is one of the best Disney films I ever saw and one of my favorites. Everyone should see it." (review from Tammy, London, UK)

Script Oh, mademoiselles, thank you so much for helping Mr. O'Malley. Of course, my dear. But first, introductions. Yes. We British like to keep things proper. Now, now, I am Amelia Gabble, and this is my sister... Uh, Miss Abigail Gabble. We're twin sisters. You might say we're related. Oh, silly thing. How nice. I never would have guessed. Look, they got rubber feet. Yeah! We're on holiday. For a walking tour of France. Uh, swimming some of the way. On water, of course. Of course. Uh, Thomas, this is Amelia and Abigail Gabble. Yeah, honey. Get those two web-footed lifeguards out of here. Now, now, Thomas. Okay, baby. Hiya, chicks. Oh. We're not chickens. We're geese. No! I thought you were swans. Ooh! Ooh! Flatterer! Your husband is very charming and very handsome. Well, ha, uh... You see, l-I'm not exactly her husband. Exactly? You either are or you're not. All right. I'm not. Oh? He's scandalous. He's nothing but a cad. Absolutely. Possibly a reprobate. A roué. Mmm, his eyes are too close together. They're shifty, too. And look at his crooked smile. His chin is very weak, too. Obviously a philanderer who trifles with unsuspecting women's hearts. How romantic. Please. Please let me explain. Thomas is a dear friend of ours. He's just helping us to get to... Come on, Duchess, come on. Let's get out of here. Well, girls, see ya around. We're on our way to Paris. Ooh, how nice. We're going to Paris ourselves. Why don't you join us? I think that's a splendid idea. Oh, no. Now, uh, you stand here, dear. And, uh, let's see, uh, you take this position. Uh, Duchess, you will do nicely here. Yes, very good. And, and you, dear, you take this place. Oh, now that leaves Mr. O'Malley. Oh, we can't leave him, can we? Mr. O'Malley, I think you should be the rear end. Ready, everyone? Now, think goose. Forward march. Mama, do we have to waddle like they do? Yes, dear. Think goose. When we get to Paris, you must meet Uncle Waldo. Waldo? Yes, he's our uncle. We are to meet Uncle Waldo at Le Petit Cafe. Le Petit Cafe? Oh, that's that famous restaurant. Ah! C'est magnifique. Oh, he bit my finger! Get out! Go! Go! Get out! Scram! Good riddance! Why, why, it's Uncle Waldo! Uncle Waldo! Abigail! Amelia! My two favorite nooses. Uncle Waldo. I do believe you've been drinking. Oh, dear! What happened to your lovely tail feathers? Girls, it's outrageous. Why, you won't believe what they tried to do... to your poor old Uncle Waldo. Look! Look at this! Prime Country Goose A la Provencal. Stuffed with chestnuts? And basted in white wine. Basted? He's been marinated in it. Dreadful! Being British, I would have preferred sherry. Uncle Waldo, you're just too much. You mean, he's had too much. Uh, Abigail. Yes, yes. We best get Uncle Waldo to bed. Ah, I say there now. What's all the whispering about, huh? Now girls. Girls! Don't shush your old Uncle Waldo. Why, you'll, you'll wake up the whole neighborhood. No. Neighborhood. Oh, come along, Uncle Waldo. Oh, yes, I think we'd better be going. Oh, right-o, girls. Birds of a feather must hic together. That's stick together. I'll say! Girls! Girls! Shoo. You know something? I like Uncle Waldo. Especially when he's marinated. Frou-Frou, here comes Edgar. Hurry, Roquefort, hop aboard the motorcycle. And for goodness sakes, do be careful! Frou-Frou, tonight operation catnapper will be completed. Wish me luck. Fisherman's luck. Bye, Frou-Frou. Ooh! Lafayette, listen. Oh, shucks, Napoleon. That ain't nothing' but a little ol' cricket bug. Its squeaky shoes approaching. Oh, cricket bugs don't wear shoes. Hush your mouth! Let's see. They're oxford shoes size nine and a half. Whole in the left sole, it sounds like. What color are they? Why, they're black. Ah, now how would I know that? Hey, now the squeaking has stopped. I still say it was a little ol' cricket bug. I'm the leader. I'll decide what it was. It was a little ol' cricket bug. I'll see you in the morning, Napoleon. That's my hat! I'm the leader! Well, shoot fire! Don't get sore at me. I ain't done anything.

Pictures
The gooses
The gooses
  The AristoCats part 5
The AristoCats part 5
  Marie, Duchess, Thomas O'Malley, Toulouse, Berlioz
Marie, Duchess, Thomas O'Malley, Toulouse, Berlioz
  Edgar looking for his hat
Edgar looking for his hat