Mouser Jaune Tom and house cat Mewsette are living in the French countryside, but Mewsette wants to experience the refinement and excitement of the Paris living. But upon arrival she falls into the clutches of Meowrice. Jaune Tom and his friend Robespierre set off to Paris to find her. Written by
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When the nefarious Meowrice hatches a plot to shanghai Jaune Tom and Robespierre and sell them as ship's cats, he escorts them to the celebrated feline cabaret, the "Mewlon Rouge", under guise of friendship. During this scene, the famous French artist Toulouse-Lautrec - who painted many advertising posters for the real Moulon Rouge - is portrayed as a bearded, green-colored cat sitting at a nearby table, tossing back a drink and sketching his surroundings. See more
The film supposedly takes place in the 1890s, but the montage of painters doing portraits of Mewsette includes Vincent Van Gogh and Pablo Picasso. Van Gogh died in 1890, while Picasso would not exhibit in Paris until 1900 (and would not paint in the style depicted until the 1920s). See more
[after his henchcats run into a bulldog while chasing Mewsette
Get rid of that dog, you bumbling idiots!
Your whiskers tickle cats, and since I can't stand to be tickled by no cats I'm going to tear your tails off and have 'em for breakfast.
[Pleading with him
I understand you're feelings, sir, nothing like cats tails for breakfast
[Motioning towards Mewsette
but back there among those barrels is a...
[the bulldog growls at him and chases him and the henchcats
Please let's talk this over.
The opening credits include colorful drawings of the movie's main stars which then change into their cartoon characters. See more
Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg
Music by Harold Arlen
Performed by Robert Goulet See more