Synopsis for the Theatrical Short Fourteen Rats & A Rat-Catcher

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Fourteen Rats & A Rat-Catcher

Fourteen Rats & A Rat-Catcher

Fourteen Rats & A Rat-Catcher (1982) Theatrical Cartoon Fourteen Rats & A Rat-Catcher

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  • Theatrical Short
  • Cartoon Characters: Rat-Catcher, Fourteen Rats, Old Woman.
  • Originally Released in 1982 (Estimate).

  • Color
  • Running Time: 10 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A. / Italy  Italy

Cartoon Summary:


This cartoon tells the award-winning John Cressey children's story of an old lady determined to rid her house of rats. While presented as a children's fable, the story has a decidedly adult spin, as the tale is sympathetic to both the old lady and the rats. Featuring inspired artwork from the book by Tasmin Cole. Droll British narration and a happy ending that can be enjoyed by old ladies, rat catchers and rats.

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