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Cat Feud (1958)

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Bulldog Marc Anthony is a guard at a construction site. He finds a kitten, Pussyfoot, to whom he affectionately gives a wiener for lunch. A hungry, grown cat sees the wiener and tries to ... See full summary »

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Bulldog Marc Anthony is a guard at a construction site. He finds a kitten, Pussyfoot, to whom he affectionately gives a wiener for lunch. A hungry, grown cat sees the wiener and tries to take it from Pussyfoot. So, in defense of his kitten friend, Marc Anthony fights the cat on the steal beams of the partly constructed skeleton of a building. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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Just like in Feed the Kitty (1952), Kiss Me Cat (1953) and Feline Frame-Up (1954), the bulldog's name is Marc Anthony and the kitten's name is Pussyfoot. See more »

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Follows Kiss Me Cat (1953) See more »

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Actually quite good - nice to see the bulldog given a slightly different role than usual
27 February 2004 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A bulldog is guarding a building site when a cat manages to get in. He tries to scare it away, but it is way too cute for him and it wins him over. He settles the little cat down and gives it some food for later - but an alley cat spies the grub and decides that it will break in and steal it. While the bulldog tries to stop the alley cat, he also has to make sure that the little cat doesn't get hurt on the building site.

Usually when the bulldog is in a film he is just a barking creature that continually manages to hammer Sylvester or whoever else is trying to get wherever the Bulldog is. Here it appears that the same will be the case here, but instead it flips it and gives the bulldog a rather paternal instinct with his little cat. This is a nice addition and I did find it enjoyable to see this character given an extra element for a change, however I worried that the film would be too cutesy for my tastes as a result.

Luckily the alley cat turns up and makes this film a tradition battle between cat and dog, albeit spiced up by the fact that the bulldog is also trying to protect the smaller cat. It's pretty funny and plays out like the end of Baby's Day Out - if you liked the building site, slapstick humour of that film then you should find this funny too!

Overall, the characters here are pretty good, with the Bulldog a specific draw thanks to his extra personality. The cartoon looks good and the material is funny and pretty well delivered. It may be cute at the start and end but the guts of this cartoon are funny sequences as the dog tries to get one cat and protect the other in the iron girder world of the building site.


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