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Don gato y su pandilla (2011)

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Top Cat and the gang face a new police chief, who is not at all happy with the poor Officer Dibble's performance trying to prevent Top Cat's scams.


Alberto Mar


Timothy McKeon (screenwriter) (as Tim McKeon), Kevin Seccia (screenwriter)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jason Harris ... Top Cat / Griswald / Lou Strictland / Choo Choo / Brain / Big Gus / Maharaja / Lobster (voice)
Chris Edgerly ... Benny / Robot (voice)
Bill Lobley ... Officer Dibble (voice)
Ben Diskin ... Spook (voice)
Matthew Piazzi Matthew Piazzi ... Fancy Fancy (voice)
Melissa Disney ... Trixie (voice)
Bob Kaliban Bob Kaliban ... Judge / Police Chief / Mayor (voice)
Brian Scott McFadden ... Gerry (voice) (as Brian McFadden)
Fred Tatasciore ... Robot / Gorilla (voice)
Chris Phillips ... Vinny / Spectrum (voice)
Jim Conroy ... Additional Voices (voice)
Sondra James ... Other Voices (voice)
Danny Mastrogiorgio ... Other Voices (voice) (as Danny Mastrogeorgio)
Ron McClary ... Other Voices (voice)
Rob Schneider ... Lou Strickland (voice)


Top Cat and the gang face a new police chief, who is not at all happy with Officer Dibble's performance in trying to prevent Top Cat's scams. Strickland, the new police chief, will test Top Cat and his gang while proving to be the greatest foe Top Cat has ever encountered. Written by Edgar Ramses

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Aquí Hay Gato Encerrado. (Mexico release) See more »

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for some mild rude content | See all certifications »

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Mexico | Argentina | USA


Spanish | English

Release Date:

2 August 2013 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Don Gato y su Pandilla See more »


Box Office

Opening Weekend:

MXN 40,708,634 (Mexico), 18 September 2011

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$15,066,652, 15 July 2012
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby SR | Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


In Mexico this cartoon was way more popular than in the USA. So, Jorge Arvizu, the actor that made the original 60's adaptation, provides his voice to the same characters from that time: Benny and Choo-Choo (known in Mexico as Benito Bodoque and Cucho). See more »


The spiked armband on the muscle dog (Don Gato/Top Cat's cell mate) constantly changes from his left arm to his right in every instance he's seen in the movie. See more »


Lou Strickland: Dibble's a clown.
Top Cat: Certainly, he can be foolish.
Lou Strickland: No, seriously, what I do is I rent him out for all kinds of children's parties.
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Crazy Credits

New redrawn sequences of classic episodes are shown during the closing credits. See more »


Referenced in Bad Movie Beatdown: Going Overboard (2012) See more »

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Let's be fair...
18 November 2012 | by jonabbott56See all my reviews

This film did not quite make the grade, as remakes or reboots of much loved originals rarely do, but I have been quite taken aback by the harshness of some of the reviews, which rightly point out the problems but fail to mention what worked. Having seen what's been done to other classic TV shows by Hollywood, I think it's fair to say that what works in this film is only there because the property was farmed out to people keen to make it, rather than interfered with by sticky fingered money men and ass-covering executives.

Unlike many of the other reviewers, who seem to be speaking for entire crowds of people ranging from their entire families, to kids, to all fans everywhere, I will simply speak for myself, a Hanna-Barbera fanboy since Huckleberry Hound.

Yes, there are drawbacks, one avoidable and one not.

The one thing that spoils the film irretrievably is the bad guy, a terrible, horrible character completely out of tune with the spirit of the series, and a major misjudgement. The other problem is that the guys who did the original voices are no longer with us. There's nothing anyone can do about that.

But whatever it's failings, this film is clearly a labour of love by people who love and respect the original series, the style of which belongs to its time, and has by happy chance, proved to be timeless. The endless array of in-jokes were a delight--Laslo Laslo, Arabella, Gus, the Maharajah of Pookajee, the rich lady, Queen for a Day, Griswold, and loads of walk-throughs including A.T. Jazz and his buddy in the pool hall... this was not some careless throwaway deal as some have suggested.

Ever since Star Trek the Motionless Picture in 1979, film-makers have been taking our memories of classic TV shows and trampling all over them, worst offenders being The Avengers (U.K.) and Lost in Space, trashing the concepts and characters, and quite clearly not caring about the originals in any way, shape or form, just cashing in on the good will and name value. It was a pleasure to see a film that, even if they got the Big Picture wrong, respected and acknowledged the source material and the original audience, even to the point of retaining the original music. It's also worth noting that the Don Gato movie had different voice overs. And finally, a New York that has people and cars in it!!

So yes, Top Cat the movie could have done with a couple of rewrites before it went before the cameras, and a bit of tightening up. Let's remember that the Hollywood live action Flintstones went through 38 writers (as opposed to the three guys who wrote all the hundred-plus episodes they were drawing from) and still came up with a lousy bad guy and a dull, over-complicated and uninteresting plot.

I thought this was an interesting failure and a brave try. I can't shake the feeling that if this had been made in L.A. some idiot would have been telling us how dark and gritty they were going to make it, Top Cat would have been a callous rapper dealing drugs, and the film would have opened with the drive-by shooting of Officer Dibble...

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