History WesternAnimation / TheCattanoogaCats

8th Apr '16 2:23:28 PM Kartoonkid95
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* CheshireCatGrin: The Cats' LoonyFan, appropriately named Chessie.
1st Jan '16 10:22:43 PM spirasen
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* RunningGag: Includes both individual segments (Scoots' magic crayon, Teeny Tim's new trick, Scoots Clunk, etc.), and regularly occuring parts of other segments (e.g., Mildew Wolf's {{Paper Thin Disguise}}s).
* RobotMe: Mildew Wolf builds a robot version of himself in "Smart Dummy".

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* RunningGag: Includes both individual segments (Scoots' magic crayon, Teeny Tim's new trick, Scoots Clunk, etc.), and regularly occuring occurring parts of other segments (e.g., Mildew Wolf's {{Paper Thin Disguise}}s).
* RobotMe: Mildew Wolf builds a robot version of himself in "Smart Dummy".Dummy."
5th Apr '15 2:23:09 AM WillBGood
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* ArtShift: The video (so to speak) for the Cats' song [[https://youtu.be/d7SuCwYLiH8 "Hoot Hoot Owl"]] uses cut-out animation-- apparently the ''only'' time anyone at H-B ever tried this.
23rd Jan '15 2:15:01 AM Ccook1956
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* PunnyName: Lambsy's full name (revealed in at least one episode) is "Lambsy Divy", a reference to the 1940s novelty song "Mairzy Doats".[[note]]"Mairzy doats and dozy doats and little lambsy divy..."[[/note]]

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* PunnyName: Lambsy's full name (revealed in at least one episode) is "Lambsy Divy", a reference to the 1940s novelty song "Mairzy Doats".[[note]]"Mairzy doats and dozy doats and little lambsy divy..." which in plain English reads "mares eat oats and does eat oats and little lambs eat ivy."[[/note]]
24th Oct '14 9:06:41 AM tropower
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* PunnyName: Lambsy's full name (revealed in at least one episode) is "Lambsy Divy", a reference to the 1940s novelty song "Mairzy Doats".[[note]]"Mairzy doats and dozy doats and little lambsy divy..."[[/note]]
8th Oct '14 6:25:31 PM SSDZGDXHN
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8th Oct '14 4:15:07 PM MarkLungo
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* ComicBookAdaptation: The Cattanooga Cats appeared in three issues of GoldKeyComics' ''Hanna-Barbera Fun-In'' anthology series (issues 2, 3 and 4). ''Motormouse and Autocat'' appeared in issues 5, 7 and 9, and ''It's the Wolf!'' appeared in issues 2, 3, 4, 6 and 7. ''Around the World in 79 Days'' did not appear at all in the comics.

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* ComicBookAdaptation: The Cattanooga Cats appeared in three issues of GoldKeyComics' Creator/GoldKeyComics' ''Hanna-Barbera Fun-In'' anthology series (issues 2, 3 and 4). ''Motormouse and Autocat'' appeared in issues 5, 7 and 9, and ''It's the Wolf!'' appeared in issues 2, 3, 4, 6 and 7. ''Around the World in 79 Days'' did not appear at all in the comics.


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* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: Country, Kitty Jo and Chessie.
** BarefootCartoonAnimal: Scoots and Groove.
8th Sep '14 4:30:09 PM smalltime
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* FurryConfusion: Kitty Jo, an anthropomorphic cat, owns a pet dog.
23rd Aug '14 7:07:28 PM 2W4E3W5RTE
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23rd Aug '14 4:32:42 PM CorahsUncle
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''Cattanooga Cats'' was HannaBarbera's attempt to duplicate the success it enjoyed with ''WesternAnimation/TheBananaSplits''. Running in 196970 on Creator/{{ABC}}, this hourlong series had no live-action segments.

The headliners were an all-feline rock band, consisting of Country, a guitarist; Scoots, a bassist, and Groove, a drummer. Their female companion, Kitty Jo, looked like a feline version of [[ScoobyDoo Daphne Blake]]; she also sang on a few of their songs. They had a few cartoon segments, but most of their appearances were in music videos, à la ''WesternAnimation/TheArchieShow''.

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''Cattanooga Cats'' was HannaBarbera's Creator/HannaBarbera's attempt to duplicate the success it enjoyed with ''WesternAnimation/TheBananaSplits''. Running in 196970 1969/70 on Creator/{{ABC}}, this hourlong series had no live-action segments.

The headliners were an all-feline rock band, consisting of Country, a guitarist; Scoots, a bassist, and Groove, a drummer. Their female companion, Kitty Jo, looked like a feline version of [[ScoobyDoo [[Franchise/ScoobyDoo Daphne Blake]]; Blake]][[note]]or maybe Daphne was the human version of Kitty Jo[[/note]]; she also sang on a few of their songs. They had a few cartoon segments, but most of their appearances were in music videos, à la ''WesternAnimation/TheArchieShow''.



* ''Around the World in 79 Days'', loosely based on the Creator/JulesVerne [[AroundTheWorldInEightyDays novel]].

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* ''Around the World in 79 Days'', loosely based on the Creator/JulesVerne [[AroundTheWorldInEightyDays [[Literature/AroundTheWorldInEightyDays novel]].



A season later, ''The Cattanooga Cats'' was reduced to a half-hour airing on Sunday mornings, retaining ''Around The World In 79 Days'' as a feature. ''Motormouse & Autocat'' was split off into a separate show airing Saturdays, taking ''It's The Wolf!'' with it.

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A season later, ''The Cattanooga Cats'' was reduced to a half-hour airing on Sunday mornings, retaining ''Around The the World In in 79 Days'' as a feature. ''Motormouse & Autocat'' was split off into a separate show airing on Saturdays, taking ''It's The the Wolf!'' with it.



* ComicBookAdaptation: The Cattanooga Cats appeared in three issues of GoldKeyComics' ''Hanna-Barbera Fun-In'' anthology series (issues 2, 3 and 4). ''Motormouse and Autocat'' appeared in issues 5, 7 and 9, and ''It's the Wolf!'' appeared in issues 2, 3, 4, 6 and 7. ''Around the World In 79 Days'' did not appear at all in the comics.
* CutShort: In seventeen installments, ''Around The World In 79 Days'' never did conclude the round-the-world race between Phineas Fogg and Crumden.

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* ComicBookAdaptation: The Cattanooga Cats appeared in three issues of GoldKeyComics' ''Hanna-Barbera Fun-In'' anthology series (issues 2, 3 and 4). ''Motormouse and Autocat'' appeared in issues 5, 7 and 9, and ''It's the Wolf!'' appeared in issues 2, 3, 4, 6 and 7. ''Around the World In in 79 Days'' did not appear at all in the comics.
* CutShort: In seventeen 17 installments, ''Around The the World In in 79 Days'' never did conclude the round-the-world race between Phineas Fogg and Crumden.



* FriendlyEnemy[=/=]NiceMice: After Autocat clocks out (following an unsuccessful shift of mouse-chasing), Motormouse will occasionally give him a lift home.

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* FriendlyEnemy[=/=]NiceMice: After Autocat clocks out (following (after an unsuccessful shift of mouse-chasing), Motormouse will occasionally give him a lift home.



* MonowheelMayhem: Autocat chases Motormouse with a giant spiked tire in "Wild Wheelin' Wheels." It goes as bad as expected when Motormouse leads Autocat aboard a freighter.

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* MonowheelMayhem: Autocat chases Motormouse with a giant spiked tire in "Wild Wheelin' Wheels." Wheels". It goes as bad badly as expected when Motormouse leads Autocat aboard a freighter.



* RunningGag: Includes both individual segments (Scoots' magic crayon, Teeny Tim's new trick, Scoots Clunk, etc.), and regularly occuring parts of other segments (e.g., Mildew Wolf's [[PaperThinDisguise Paper Thin Disguises]], etc).

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* RunningGag: Includes both individual segments (Scoots' magic crayon, Teeny Tim's new trick, Scoots Clunk, etc.), and regularly occuring parts of other segments (e.g., Mildew Wolf's [[PaperThinDisguise Paper {{Paper Thin Disguises]], etc).Disguise}}s).
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