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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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Claude Cat / Pet Owner (voice)
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Marc Anthony's master (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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Wiegenlied, Op. 49, No. 4
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aka "Brahms' Lullaby"
Music by Johannes Brahms
Played at the beginning
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Not one of Claude's better days, I'd imagine.

This is my favorite of the shorts starring Marc Anthony, though one of the others, Cat Feud, is a better cartoon. Claude Cat is thoroughly unlikeable in this one. He's deceitful, disgraceful and devious and those are his good qualities! Marc Anthony (clearly a dog's equivalent to Prince Valiant) wins out for the cause and for Truth, Justice and the American Way (oops, wrong hero) and the dim bulb that is the human "master" finally realizes that Claude's been playing him like a pipe organ in church. Marc Anthony's final ruse to get inside is priceless, as are Claude's facial expressions as the plot unfolds. The ending is marvelous and Claude's exit line is perfect. Well worth tracking down and watching. Most recommended.


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