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Feline Frame-Up (1954)

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Cute kitten Pussyfoot is the victim of smug Claude Cat's jealous abuse, which enrages the little cat's protector, Marc Anthony the bulldog. Claude convinces their master that Marc Anthony ... See full summary »

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Marc Anthony / Pussyfoot / Claude Cat (voice)
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Cute kitten Pussyfoot is the victim of smug Claude Cat's jealous abuse, which enrages the little cat's protector, Marc Anthony the bulldog. Claude convinces their master that Marc Anthony is the aggressor, getting the dog kicked out of the house and leaving Pussyfoot at Claude's mercy. Written by Paul Penna <tterrace@wco.com>

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Marc Anthony's master: [Just after Claude Cat had framed Marc Anthony, the master and owner sent Marc Anthony out of the house, away from the two cats] I thought I told you to leave these cats alone!
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Followed by Cat Feud (1958) See more »

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Jingle Bells
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Music by James Pierpont
Played when the dog sprinkles the snow
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Irresistible
22 October 2000 | by (Oakland, CA) – See all my reviews

Terrific Jones short, with the interplay between Claude and Marc Anthony being consistently funny, inventive and unpredictable. Hard to pick a favorite among the various gags, though the mailslot is a killer. The two would battle again in "Cat Feud."


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