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Director  Phil Nibbelink
Editor  Phil Nibbelink
Language  English
4.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Animation
Duration  
Country  US
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Writer  Jacob Grimm, Jacob Grimm
Release date  July 6, 1999 (1999-07-06)
Cast  Michael York (Puss In Boots), Vivian Schilling (Princess), Dan Haggerty (King), Judge Reinhold (Gunther), Kevin Dorsey (Ogre), Charles von Bernuth (Zeek)
Similar movies  The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat, Fritz the Cat, Kiki's Delivery Service, The Cat Returns, Robin Hood, The Aristocats
Tagline  An Outrageous Cat, A Flying Dragon, And Nine Lives Worth Of Entertainment

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Puss in Boots is an animated direct-to-video movie, created in 1999 by Phil Nibbelink. It is based on the story Puss in Boots.

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The film features the voices of Judge Reinhold, Dan Haggerty, Michael York, and Vivian Schilling.

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Plot

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The story follows Handsome Gunther, a poor young man whose sole possession is his anthropomorphic cat. The cat, wanting to help his owner out of poverty, decides to use his wit to turn Gunther into a prince. In his plan, the cat tries to help Gunther win the heart of the Princess. However, an evil shape shifting ogre also has his eyes on marrying the girl. After she is captured, Gunther and his clever cat go after the Princess to rescue her before it is too late.

Differences from the original story

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In the film, the ogre's shape changing abilities and other magical powers are granted by a necklace, which he also must wear to survive during daylight. Also differing from the original tale, is that the ogre wants to marry the Princess. He offers the king unlimited gold, jewels and diamonds for his marrying the king's daughter, but the king refuses. When Puss in Boots tricks the ogre into morphing into a mouse, the ogre escapes him and realizes the deception, then morphs into a large monster and attempts to kill the cat. But his necklace is stolen, and the princess, king, miller's son and cat are able to prevent him from catching the necklace by dawn.

In the film, some mice are on the side of the miller's son following an initial confrontation with Puss in Boots.

Cast

  • Michael York – Puss in Boots
  • Judge Reinhold – Gunther
  • Dan Haggerty – The King
  • Vivian Schilling – Princess
  • Kevin Dorsey – Ogre
  • Charles von Bernuth – Zeek
  • References

    Puss in Boots (1999 film) Wikipedia
    Puss in Boots (1999 film) IMDb Puss in Boots (1999 film) themoviedb.org


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