My Reviews (5 reviews)

My Reviews (5 reviews)

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One of the BEST! 5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed by: Muggsy, October 28, 2011

This cartoon proves that Chuck Jones was a genius! Each moment, each expression, each comic gag is drawn and timed to perfection. Every time I see it I laugh and cry at the same time.
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Feed The Kitty 10 out of 5 stars

What's not to love?

Reviewed by: Hikari, October 25, 2004

This cartoon is one of my favorites among all the fabulous works of Chuck Jones. Anyone who has tried to sneak in a pet knows exactly how Marc Anthony feels. Those of us who successfully sneaked in that pet also know that sense of relief when Mom finally says it can stay. This is a wonderful cartoon, as are all the Pussyfoot shorts.
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Feed The Kitty 10 out of 5 stars

Unmistakeable Bea Benaderet as the Woman

Reviewed by: richardjf, June 12, 2004

How many mannerisms and expressions could this dog, Marc Anthony, go through?
There never was an outstanding dog in the Merrie Melodies lot, like Goofy and Pluto at Disney or Scooby Doo at Hanna Barbera, but Marc Anthony is a favorite.
He ends up doing anything to keep that kitten around.
"Now what are you up to? You look very guilty."
Check out his reaction.
And how about when he grabs her around the ankle trying to get the kitty on the toy car.
Too funny.
And then he got the whip cream! Alas, that didnt fool her for a bit. Talk about acts of desperation.
Still laugh at that poor mouse being dragged out of his hole too.
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Feed The Kitty 2 out of 5 stars

Reviewed by: dingdog, December 10, 2003

B-R-R-R-R-E-E-C-C-C-C-H-H-H-H!!!!!
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Feed The Kitty 2 out of 5 stars

Reviewed by: dingdog, July 12, 2003

This is something I've held in for what seemed like forever, and finally must let it out. So, those of you who don't want to see your favorite cartoon put down, please (PLEASE) do not read any further.
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I HATE this cartoon.
Indeed, I can't remember having such a negative first impression from a cartoon--so much so that I've moved heaven and earth to avoid viewing it ever since. It's just the kind of syrupy cartoon sentimentality that always offends me.
I was stunned when reading Leonard Maltin's glowing review of this film (in "Of Mice and Magic"). I was even more shocked to find out that movie audiences worldwide have actually CRIED at this cartoon!
I found out later that Chuck Jones intended this as an emotional release for him. Well, I feel good for him & am glad he found a way to let it out......but, it still made me PUKE!!
It still seems like the kind of manipulative cartoon sentimentlity that pervades any Casper the Friendly Ghost cartoon.
(And don't get me started on Dumbo either........)
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