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Figaro And Cleo

Figaro And Cleo

Figaro And Cleo (1943) - Figaro Theatrical Cartoon Series Figaro And Cleo

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  • Walt Disney Studios
  • Figaro Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Featuring: Figaro, Cleo.
  • Originally Released on October 15, 1943.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 7:45 minutes.
  • TechniColor
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Cartoon Summary:

The black and white kitten Figaro is torn as to whether or not he should eat the household goldfish, Cleo...and then tries various methods of trying to get the fish for his supper.

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near copy of tom and jerrys mammy from those MGM shorts

motivation of figaro to eat cleo is somewhat hack for todays audience

needed more pauses for the thinking process for figaro

cute, but not great for what it could have ...  (read more)

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Figaro And Cleo

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This is such a sweet short. You fall in love with the adorable goldfish 'Cleo' and the fiesty kitty 'Figaro'. The song is really adorable. This animation puts you in a cheery mood. If you're wondering how to obtain a copy of Figaro...  (read more)

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