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     Top Cat 
Voiced in English by: Arnold Stang
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: Julio Lucena (TV series), Jose Maria Iglesias (Yogi's Ark Lark), Salvador Najar (Yogi's Treasure Hunt), Emilio Guerrero (Top Cat and the Beverly Hills Cats), Mario Castañeda (Yo Yogi!), Raul Anaya (movies)
Voiced in Japanese by: Kan'ichi Tani (TV release), Yasushi Suzuki (video release)

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"What is there about me that makes people wanna give me things? It must be my lovable personality, what else?"

The indisputable leader of the gang. Top Cat, or T.C. to his close friends, is a charismatic swindler and con artist. In the Mexican dub, he was called Don Gato.


  • Street Smart: the street-smartest of them all. If it weren't for his talent to make people give him money (knowingly or not), his gang likely would have starved on the New York streets.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: "Why, why, why do I surround myself with kooks?!"
  • Villain Protagonist: 'Villain' is pushing it though, as he’d never do anything that crosses the line into being evil

     Benny The Ball 
Voiced in English by: Maurice Gosfield, John Stephenson (Yogi's Ark Lark), Avery Schreiber (Top Cat and the Beverly Hills Cats)
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: Jorge Arvizu (TV series, first movie and Yogi's Ark Lark ), Luis Alfonso Mendoza (Top Cat and the Beverly Hills Cats), Mauricio Perez (second movie)
Voiced in Japanese by: Ginzo Matsuo (video release)

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"Gee, you’re all heart, T.C."

Benny is Top Cat’s chubby, innocently naïve best friend. In the Mexican dub, he was called Benito.


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     Choo Choo 
Voiced in English by: Marvin Kaplan
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: Jorge Arvizu (TV series and first movie), Tito Rezendiz (Top Cat and the Beverly Hills Cats), Mauricio Perez (second movie)
Voiced in Japanese by: Danji Tatekawa (TV release), Hiroshi Ohtake (video release)

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—>"Hey, observe the boss— he’s got that look we’ve come to know and love."

Choo Choo, oftentimes nicknamed Chooch, is Top Cat’s devoted right paw cat. In the Mexican dub, he was called Cucho.

  • The Shill: Usually plays this role in Top Cat's cons.

     The Brain 
Voiced in English by: Leo De Lyon
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: Armando Gutierrez (TV series), Jorge Roig Sr. (Top Cat and the Beverly Hills Cats), Jesus Guzman (Movies)
Voiced in Japanese by: Setsuo Wakui (TV release)

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"Duuh... I forgot the question, T.C."

Brain is the ditzy, slow-witted member of the gang. In the Mexican dub, he was called Demóstenes.


  • Buffoonish Tomcat: Is the slowest of the gang, and the one that tends to give the dumbest answers to Top Cat.

     Spook 
Voiced in English by: Leo De Lyon
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: Santiago Gil (TV series), Luis Fernado Orozco (First movie), Mario Filio (Second movie)

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"Like, I’m from tunesville, dad."

Spook is the mellow, streetwise member of the gang. In the Mexican dub, he was called Espanto.


  • Beatnik: Acts and sounds like one. In the movies he sounds more like a Surfer Dude though.
  • Book Dumb: Is one of the most street-smart members of the gang, but can’t read well. He once thought a Dictionary was a novel with a narrative.
    Top Cat: "Under a Bridge with Dick and Harry"? note  Let me see that. [beat] That's "Unabridged Dictionary"! What's the matter with you? That's nothing but words!
  • Cool Cat: Tends to regularly visit many music and dance clubs.
  • Jive Turkey
  • Like Is, Like, a Comma: He, like, talks like this all the, like, time.
  • You Gotta Have Green Fur

     Fancy-Fancy 
Voiced in English by: John Stephenson
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: Carlos Becerril (TV series), Eduardo Garza (First movie), Gerardo Alonso (second movie)

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"All I’ve seen for three days are girls. Lots of girls."

Fancy is the suave, womanizing member of the gang. In the Mexican dub, he was called Panza.


     Officer Dibble 
Voiced in English by: Allen Jenkins, John Stephenson (Top Cat and the Beverly Hills Cats, Yogis Treasure Hunt)
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: Victor Alcocer (TV series), Sebastian Llapur (First movie), Octavio Rojas (Second movie)
Voiced in Japanese by: Isamu Nagato (TV release/first voice), Isamu Tanonaka (TV release/rest of the series), Hiroshi Masuoka (Video release)

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"All right, T.C., freeze! How many times have I told you to keep your hands off my phone?!"

Officer Charlie Dibble is the put upon policeman whose beat includes Top Cat’s alley. His goal in life is to run Top Cat and his gang in, but T.C. always manages to outsmart him. In the Mexican dub, he was named Oficial Carlitos Matute.


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