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Fin n' Catty (1943)

"As everyone knows," the narrator begins, "goldfish must have water... and cats hate water." And so it goes.

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Robert C. Bruce ...
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"As everyone knows," the narrator begins, "goldfish must have water... and cats hate water." And so it goes.

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23 October 1943 (USA)  »

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Included as a bonus on the Warner DVD of Old Acquaintance (1943). See more »

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The cold water spigot in the shower is to the left of the hot water spigot; this position would be reversed in a real shower. See more »

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Featured in Muppet Babies: Six to Eight Weeks (1989) See more »

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Twilight in Turkey
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Written by Raymond Scott
Played when the goldfish runs into the shower
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Some Good Laughs
28 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

Fin 'N Catty (1943)

*** (out of 4)

A cat is hungry and wants a goldfish for dinner but catching him isn't going to be all that easy.

FIN 'N CATTY is pretty much what would eventually become Sylvester and Tweety. Instead of a bird the cat is dealing with a goldfish but you really can tell that this here probably influenced the future series. If you're a fan of animated shorts from this period then you'll certainly enjoy this as there are some nice laughs along the way. The highlight is certainly a scene where the cat and goldfish end up in a shower together but the cat doesn't realize what it's gotten into. This certainly isn't a classic but it's charming and has some nice laughs.


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