The Debut Of Thomas Cat
Alternate Title: The Debut of Thomas KatThe Debut Of Thomas Cat (The Debut of Thomas Kat) (1920) Theatrical Cartoon
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- Theatrical FilmTheatrical
- Traditional Animation
- Bray Productions
- Distributed by: Paramount
- Cartoon Characters: Thomas Cat.
- Produced By J. R. Bray.
- Originally Released on February 08, 1920.
- Originally Released Theatrically.
- Color (Brewster Natural Color Process)
A kitten, Thomas Cat, was taught by his mother to catch mice. Unfortunately, he mistakes a rat for the smaller variety of rodent.
Cartoon Production Information:
"The Debut of Thomas Kat."
This has been billed as the first color cartoon. Although this is widely credited as the first color cartoon, Denis Gifford, in "British Animated Films, 1895-1985," gives the nod instead to "In Gollywog Land," released in 1912. Pinto's Prizma... (more)
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