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Puss in Boots (1993)

Not Rated | | Adventure , Animation , Comedy
After the death of his father, young Carabas leaves home to seek his fortune with the evil landlord's cat. To his amazement, the cat actually speaks to him and devises a plan to help him ... See full summary »

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Leonard Lee (screenplay), Roddy Lee (storyline) | 1 more credit »
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Ric Herbert Ric Herbert ... (voice)
Rachel King Rachel King ... (voice)
Lee Perry Lee Perry ... (voice)
Doug Scroope Doug Scroope ... (voice)
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After the death of his father, young Carabas leaves home to seek his fortune with the evil landlord's cat. To his amazement, the cat actually speaks to him and devises a plan to help him get rich. First, the cat must wear Carabas' boots. Then the cat fabricates Carabas as a Duke and gains the favour of the King when he delivers gifts on behalf of his master. When Carabas finally admits the facade, the King disregards his confession and gives him his daughter's hand in marriage.

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Country:

Australia

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English

Also Known As:

Der gestiefelte Kater See more »

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"How dare he die! He didn't have my permission!"
12 June 2012 | by TheLittleSongbirdSee all my reviews

Having loved the Jetlag/Golden Girls/Burbank Animation/Burbank Films animations as a child, I have been slowly re-visiting them amidst my several music commitments and several other quests(relating to films and music) I am getting through at the same time. Puss in Boots I cannot say for sure whether it is among Burbank Animations' best or worst, but I have to say I did enjoy it. It has a good story that goes at an efficient enough pace, nice music and snappy dialogue(I especially enjoyed Yurak's at the start). The characters are appealing also, Puss is both cunning and likable, the King is amusing and Yurak is wonderfully villainous right from where you first see him. There are some assets that aren't as convincing, the animation has some fluid colours but also character designs that could've done with a more elegant and less scratchy feel, and the voice acting while good in the case of Puss, Yurak and to a lesser extent the King is a little bland in characters like Carebas and the Princess and cheesy with the peasants in the opening scene. Overall, a decent effort and recommended. 7/10 Bethany Cox


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