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Puss in Boots (1903)
"Le chat botté" (original title)

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An old miller, feeling that his end is near, assembles his three sons to divide his property among them. He leaves his mill to the oldest, his land and property to the second, and when his ... See full summary »

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Edmond Boutillon
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An old miller, feeling that his end is near, assembles his three sons to divide his property among them. He leaves his mill to the oldest, his land and property to the second, and when his youngest son enters he has nothing to give him any more but the old, purring cat. After this the old man dies. The youngest son, despaired for having been so badly served, mourns over his sad lot, when the cat, getting suddenly taller, caresses and comforts him, telling him that she is in a position to procure him a fortune and honors. She asks him to dress her, and begs him to give her a pair of boots, hat and a wallet. Having left her master, the cat goes in the forest, where a lot of young rabbits are frolicking. She suddenly appears in the midst of them, provided with a bag, and seizes one, which she puts in the bag and carries it away. The cat then runs to the King's palace, where she offers the rabbit to the King as a present of his master, Marquis of Carabas. She asks her master to go to the ... Written by Lubin Catalog

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Short | Comedy | Fantasy

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16 January 1904 (USA)  »

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