From Press Kit: Katnip's serenading of a girl cat is interrupted by a tough cat that runs him off and takes over.The love-lorn Katnip is determined to best the muscle-bound cat and enlists ... See full summary »

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From Press Kit: Katnip's serenading of a girl cat is interrupted by a tough cat that runs him off and takes over.The love-lorn Katnip is determined to best the muscle-bound cat and enlists the aid of Herman. Herman, with bad-intentions, puts Katnip through a muscle-building course which consists of weight-lifting, bar-chinning and equipment rigged with high explosives. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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8 April 1955 (USA)  »

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Bicep Built for Two is an okay Herman and Katnip cartoon
31 August 2010 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Just watched this Herman and Katnip cartoon on the DailyMotion site as linked from the Saturday Morning Blog. Katnip the cat is chasing Herman the mouse, as usual, when he gets distracted by a white female feline. He stops chasing the mouse right there and starts to sing "I'm in the Mood for Love" to that lady cat. Suddenly, a big muscle-bound rival pushes Katnip out of the way and does his own warbling to her. Herman, seeing this, decides to "help" Katnip to work out...Okay, there's not much logic to what happens in this cartoon but if you're willing to just enjoy the way the gags are done, Bicep Built for Two might be up your alley. At least while watching, you'll also enjoy the voice talents of Sid Raymond, Arnold Stang, Jackson Beck, and Mae Questel...


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