Henry's Cat is a whimsical cartoon series that follows the adventures of a small yellow feline and his friends. Henry's Cat is the typical cat, loving nothing better than to eat and to ...
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Henry's Cat is a whimsical cartoon series that follows the adventures of a small yellow feline and his friends. Henry's Cat is the typical cat, loving nothing better than to eat and to sleep. He has recently developed a cult following in student circles, possibly due to the similarities in lifestyles led! Written by
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I only saw a couple of episodes of "Henry's Cat" on VHS that my mom bought for me, but I still remember enjoying it. It was such a sweet cartoon, with simple animation but it always brought a smile to my face. One episode I remember in particular was when Henry's Cat decided to become a cartoon animator; as a film student now, I can easily say that they made the job A LOT easier than it actually is! Henry's Cat's adventures were always so cool, like when he fought a 3- headed dragon that told very bad jokes, or when he played a Tarzan-wannabe who always swung into trees. One of the best things about Henry's Cat was that it opened the door to my imagination; if this cat could have such adventures, why couldn't I? Yes, I really think that Henry's Cat was the start of my career as a writer and filmmaker. I especially loved Chris Rabbit, Henry's Cat's sidekick through thick and thin. If you can find a copy of this series, I highly recommend picking it up; it's great for kids and adults alike.
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