A dying millionaire wills his entire estate to his cat. However, his bumbling nephew and scheming wife have other ideas.

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Ramon Bieri ...
Oscar Kohlmeyer
Steven Kampmann ...
Howard Piggans
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Paula Rigsby
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Gus Barrett
Jesse Wells ...
Louise
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Victor Rigsby
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Bart
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Veronica
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Judge Hooten
Christina Cocek
Thomas Hill
Richard Kuss
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(as Tom Oglesby)
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Trooper
Richard Blum ...
Jailer
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Leo Kohlmeyer is a talking cat who inherits $5 million from his late owner and is looked after by the owner's in-laws whose two children, Bart and Veronica, learn Leo's secret that he can talk, while a bumbling, but devious, couple called the Rigsbys plot to kidnap Leo in order for them to gain the inheritance money for themselves. Written by Matthew Patay

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9 March 1986 (USA)  »

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[Bart and Veronica are hiding in Howard's closet, attempting to rescue Leo]
Bart: Aah Choo!
Howard Piggans: [Howard looks to the direction of the noise, sees it coming from the closet and moves towards it]
Leo Kohlmeyer: Howard, don't take another step.
Howard Piggans: [pauses, shaking his head] Either I'm hearing things, or that liver is a little too fresh.
Leo Kohlmeyer: Your hearing is fine, Howard.
Howard Piggans: Oh No!
[grabs his head]
Howard Piggans: The control! It's gone! A talking cat? Well, I'm hallucinating. I should've listened to the Doc!
Leo Kohlmeyer: Nah, Rigby's a phony! Work with me!
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A Good Movie, Even Better If You're 8 Years Old
4 September 1999 | by See all my reviews

This is one of the movies I am fond of because I grew up watching it. I recently watched it again. It does hold up still as an entertaining movie, even though I am not 8 years old anymore. However, I am sure it would be more entertaining for an 8 year old. I am finally going to record over it.


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