After enduring various indignities by the human population in town, including getting beaten up by the fish market owner and forced to eat hot mustard by a customer in a restaurant, Felix ... See full summary »

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After enduring various indignities by the human population in town, including getting beaten up by the fish market owner and forced to eat hot mustard by a customer in a restaurant, Felix finally breaks when he hears the mayor give a speech vowing to drive all cats out of town. Felix gathers his feline friends and stages a revolution to restore cats to their rightful place in society. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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1 May 1923 (USA)  »

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Felix gør Oprør  »

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Reversing The Attitude On Cats
7 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Felix wanders near a fish market, but the owner comes out and beats him up (this is brutal) and kicks him across the street to another eating establishment. There, Felix walks in and observes a guy pigging out on his spaghetti. Felix pleads for some food, like a dog, but the man only throws him a gob of hot mustard. (Man, there are mean people in this cartoon.) Poor Felix's mouth is on fire and he races out of the diner, hopping up and down in pain. He runs away, finds a pond and drinks it dry!

He continues his walk and overhears a bunch of anti-cat speech coming from City Hall. He peeks in the window, sees the mayor making a proclamation "Therefore be it resolved that we starve these feline pests out of our town."

Wow, I told you the people here are nasty! Felix shakes his fist and says, "I'll get the gang and we'll see about this."

The rest is Felix and his thousands of feline allies vowing to make life miserable for those people and to restore cats to their rightful status, which they do in a humorous way. This is a pretty solid Felix cartoon, enjoyable all the way.


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