History Disney / TheAristocats

1st Sep '17 9:25:38 AM MarkLungo
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* AccessoryWearingCartoonnimal: Most of the cat characters wear only a collar or one or two token items of clothing.

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* AccessoryWearingCartoonnimal: AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Most of the cat characters wear only a collar or one or two token items of clothing.
1st Sep '17 9:25:13 AM MarkLungo
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* AccessoryWearingCartoonnimal: Most of the cat characters wear only a collar or one or two token items of clothing.



** Borderline example is having swing music and a ''hippie'' cat in 1910. Though, jazz was already emerging. [[AllThereInTheManual In a children's book of the film]], they say that jazz comes from America, meaning one of the cats they met brought it to Paris. In reality, Jazz really came in France mostly with the american troops in 1917.

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** Borderline example is having swing music and a ''hippie'' cat in 1910. Though, jazz 1910, though {{Jazz}} was already emerging. [[AllThereInTheManual In a children's book of the film]], they say that jazz comes from America, meaning one of the cats they met brought it to Paris. In reality, Jazz really came in France mostly with [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarI the american American troops in 1917.1917]].
1st Sep '17 6:02:23 AM XFllo
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* {{Expy}}[=/=]PigeonHoledVoiceActor:
** O'Malley has a similar personality (and the same voice actor, Phil Harris) as Baloo from ''Disney/TheJungleBook''. Harris would play another, even more blatant, expy of Baloo as Little John in ''Disney/RobinHood''.
** The Geese sisters Abigail and Amelia are based on the "Pigeon Sisters" from ''Theatre/TheOddCouple'' movie and are voiced by the same actresses (Monica Evans and Carol Shelley), who went on to voice Maid Marian and Lady Cluck in ''Disney/RobinHood''.
** The whole movie, plot-wise, is essentially ''Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians'' but in France, with cats, and with a much less AxCrazy villain. With a dash of ''Disney/LadyAndTheTramp'' thrown in for good measure.
13th Aug '17 4:48:38 AM LadyYuki
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** To a lesser extent, Roquefort the mouse referring to O'Malley as "what's-his-name" [[spoiler:as he's searching for Scat Cat's gang to tell them that Duchess and the kittens are in trouble. Scat Cat doesn't believe him at first because Roquefort can't remember O'Malley's name.]]



* GrandmaWhatMassiveHotnessYouHave: Madame Bonfamille aged rather well. George certainly finds her attractive.

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* GrandmaWhatMassiveHotnessYouHave: Madame Bonfamille aged rather well. George Georges certainly finds her attractive.
11th Aug '17 1:00:40 AM RevenantWings
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* IKissYourHand: [[BunnyEarsLawyer George]] tries to do this to Madame, but misses and gets Duchess's tail instead. He doesn't notice the difference.

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* IKissYourHand: [[BunnyEarsLawyer George]] tries to do this to Madame, but misses and gets Duchess's tail instead. He doesn't notice the difference.difference, and neither seem to recognize this as Duchess' rare moment of anthropomorphism while they're talking (she puts her paw to her mouth like she's suppressing laughter at the mistake).
5th Aug '17 9:04:03 PM WileK209
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* RailroadTracksOfDoom

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* RailroadTracksOfDoomRailroadTracksOfDoom: Duchess, O'Malley and the kittens have to cross a railroad bridge. Barliose decides the kittens could play "train" as they walk on the rail, and they do, but as Barliose is making train noises, a real train whistle suddenly interrupts him, and the cats leap off the track onto one of the truss trestles, letting the train pass over them.
4th Aug '17 3:18:53 PM CJCroen1393
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** Pouring half a bottle of sleeping pills into a bowl of milk and feeding it to cats is a fantastic way to get them killed. If nothing else, it will do a mouse in quickly. However, he might have been trying to kill them, and then just dump their bodies.

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** Pouring half a bottle of sleeping pills into a bowl of milk and feeding it to cats is a fantastic way to get them killed. If nothing else, it will do a mouse in quickly. Heck, the amount of pills he put in would have been enough to kill a ''human''. However, he might have been trying to kill them, and then just dump their bodies.
5th Jun '17 4:55:28 AM ben9192
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** Borderline example is having swing music and a ''hippie'' cat in 1910. Though, jazz was already emerging. [[AllThereInTheManual In a children's book of the film]], they say that jazz comes from America, meaning one of the cats they met brought it to Paris.

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** Borderline example is having swing music and a ''hippie'' cat in 1910. Though, jazz was already emerging. [[AllThereInTheManual In a children's book of the film]], they say that jazz comes from America, meaning one of the cats they met brought it to Paris. In reality, Jazz really came in France mostly with the american troops in 1917.



** Thomas O'Malley refers to the twin geese as "chicks". The usage of "chick" to describe a young female wasn't until the ''1920s''.
** Averted with Georges Hautecourt's car; it's contemporary for the Edwardian Era, as is the milk truck. Both look quite beaten and aged, though.

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** Thomas O'Malley refers to the twin geese as "chicks". The usage of "chick" to describe a young female wasn't until the ''1920s''. \n However, under the hypothesis this is translated French, it totally works with the "poulette" used by the French dub, reported to date back to the Seventieth.
*** Considering this is translated animal talk, no word can be really considered incorrect: "chick" is just the english world that matches as close as possible the equivalent slang "meowing" to refer to a girl, in the French 1910's.
** Averted with Georges Hautecourt's car; it's contemporary for the Edwardian Era, as is the milk truck. Both look quite beaten and aged, aged for modern vehicles at the time, though.
7th May '17 11:11:27 AM Tommoraptor
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** During "Ev'rybody Wants To Be A Cat", Duchess for a few seconds wiggles her butt at the camera rather provocatively.

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** During "Ev'rybody Wants To Be A Cat", Duchess for a few seconds [[ShakingTheRump wiggles her butt at the camera rather provocatively.camera]] in ''quite'' a sensual manner.



-->'''O'Malley:''' *after Waldo stumbles off with his nieces*: I think I ''like'' Uncle Waldo.

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-->'''O'Malley:''' *after Waldo stumbles off with his nieces*: I think You know something? I ''like'' Uncle Waldo.
27th Apr '17 10:52:18 PM gjjones
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* AnyLastWords: Said word-for-word by Scat Cat when he's about to eat Roquefort.
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