Cat Movie Musicals

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We began our review of the best cat movies ever with the article titled Cat Movies: The Claw-sics.

Now we turn our eye to the films that feature singing and dancing — The Mew-sicals.

The Wizard Of Paws (1939)

The first great mew-sical tells the tail of a young kitten from Kansas and her dog Toto (dog!!). When a tornado sweeps across their farm, they are whisked off to the magical land of Paws. There she meets up with a hair-brained group of misfits in a quest to find the Wizard of Paws.

Starring Poo-dy Garland

Funny Curl (1968)

A talented young kitty from Brooklyn yearns to sing on stage at the great Zieg-furred Follies. Along the way, she falls in love with an elegant gambling cat.

Starring Barbra Streisand, Omar Sharif and Walt-purr Pidgeon.

An American In Purris (1951)

J-hairy Mulligan, a struggling American painter in Purris, is "discovered" by a rich, influential hair-ess with an interest in more than J-hairy's art...

Starring Gene Kitty & Leslie Cat-ron


The Music Man-x (1962)

Rob-purr-t Preston is the Music Man-x. He is a con-man-x who saves a small town from mediocrity. This is a beautiful mew-sical portraying a bygone feline era.

Rob-purr-t Preston & Purr-ley Jones

Singin' In The Rain (1952)

This is another mew-sical starring the great Gene Kitty, this time with leading lady, Debbie Ren-Folds. A silent film production company and cast make a difficult transition to sound. Will Kathy continue to "aspire", or will she get the break she deserves?

Starring Gene Kitty & Debbie Ren-Folds

The Unsinkable Somali Brown (1964)

Somali is an uneducated, poor, mountain kitty who leaves her wilderness cabin in search of a wealthy stud cat, respect and a better life.

Debbie Ren-Folds, Harve Presnell

The Sound of Mew-sic (1965)

An independent feline who has struggled to fit in with Austrian convent life leaves to become a governess to a stuffy, widowed cat and his brood of kittens. This ins-purr-ational story follow the romance that develps and how the family must escape the evil clutches of Nazi dogs.

Starring Julie And-mews and Christopher Plum-purr.

Saturday Night Cat Scratch Fever (1977)

A kibble-swizzling young stud cat feels his only chance to get somewhere in life is if he is king cat on the disco floor.

Starring John Tra-Fold-a

And special mention must be made of
The Greatest (in our feline opinion) Mew-sical Of All Time
(and its name says it all!)

CATS! (1981)

"Cats" (such a beautiful title) is the second longest-running show in Broadway history , and the fourth longest-running West End musical. Composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber, it is based on Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats by T. S. Eliot .



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