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The Alley Cat (1941 film)

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Director  Hugh Harman
Produced by  Fred Quimby
Duration  
6.2/10 IMDb

Music director  Scott Bradley
Genres  Animation, Short Film
Language  English
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Release date  July 5, 1941
Studio  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer cartoon studio
Similar movies  Related Hugh Harman movies

The Alley Cat is an American animated short film, released in 1941 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Directed by Hugh Harman, the film centres on Butch and Toodles Galore, two cats who were subsequently integrated as recurring characters into the Tom and Jerry series of shorts.

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Plot

Butch is a black alley cat who is instantly smitten with Toodles, a female cat he sees on the balcony of her wealthy family's penthouse apartment on Park Avenue. He serenades her, but the butler sends the family's bulldog named Grobo after him. A long, fast-paced chase ensues, with Grobo outwitted by Butch every time, and the chase ends with the butler accidentally hitting Grobo with a broom when the dog chases Butch, causing Grobo to turn against the butler out of anger. With Grobo and the butler out of the way, Butch makes it into the apartment to dance with his new love.

Voice cast

  • Harry E. Lang and Clarence Nash as Butch
  • Billy Bletcher as Grobo
  • Sara Berner and Clarence Nash as Toodles Galore
  • Harry E. Lang as butler (possibly)
  • References

    The Alley Cat (1941 film) Wikipedia
    The Alley Cat (1941 film) IMDb The Alley Cat (1941 film) themoviedb.org


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