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>Hanna-Barbera Studios
  • Hanna-Barbera Studios
  • Animated Characters: Scoots, Chessie The Autograph Hound, Kitty Jo, Lambsy, Crumden, Country, Groove, Bumbler, Bristol Hound, Smerky, Mildew Wolf, Jenny Trent, Phileas Fogg Jr..
  • First Aired in 1969.
  • Running Time: 60 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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The Cattanooga Cats were a feline rock n' roll combo that included lead singer and dancer Kitty Jo, drummer Groovey, guitarist Country, and cellist Scoots. The group served as a lynchpin for the show by connecting several various segments with their musical fillers.

One such segment was Around the World in 79 Days, a loose, modernized adaptation of the Jules Verne classic. Teenagers Phileas Fogg Jr., Jenny, and Happy traveled the globe, hoping to win a million pounds if they completed the tour. Standing in their way was Crumden, his buffoonish sidekick Bumbler, and their pet monkey, Smirky.

The first season of Cattanooga Cats also included the characters Motor Mouse and Auto Cat, who were spun off into their own show in 1970. This segment featured the oversized Auto Cat competing against Motor Mouse in a series of car races. As with Tom and Jerry, the rodent always managed to beat the feline.

When Motor Mouse and Auto Cat bolted, they took with them another Cattanooga Cats segment, It's the Wolf. In it, the vain and idiotic Mildew Wolf would endlessly chase cute little Lambsy, hoping to "have him over for dinner." Lambsy, determined that winding up the wolf's bill of faire would be entirely unfair, would yelp his famous tag-line: "It's the wool-uff! It's the wool-uff!"

The Cattanooga Cats ran for one more season after the departure of its component cartoons, airing only reruns.

Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.

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I was born a little after it but, I do remember my brother watching it. I have been watching it on Boomerang (Cartoon Network) at Noon every weekday. Check it out hopefully they will continue to put on the GOOD OLD cartoons so the kids these days can get a...  (read more)

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its been a long time since i watched it when i was 11 yrs old, but i have seen a few clips on utube and it brings back to me,regardless weather it was good or shitty, a great memory of the 60s combining with the 70s, so i give it a high 8 for the one reason i...  (read more)

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