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Top Cat: The Movie (also known in Spanish as Don Gato y su Pandilla, literally "Top Cat and His Gang") is a 2011 Mexican-Argentine animated family action comedy film based on the Hanna-Barbera cartoon series, Top Cat, which ran from 1961 to 1962 on ABC in the United States.

Directed by Alberto Mar. Produced by Fernando de Fuentes, Jose C. Garcia and Letona José Luis Massa. Screenplay by Tim McKeon and Kevin Seccia. Based on Top Cat by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera.
Una aventura que está de pocajú(taglines)

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DialogueEdit

Lou Strickland: Dibble's a clown.
Top Cat: Certainly, he can be foolish.
Lou Strickland: No, seriously, what I do is I rent him out for all kinds of children's parties.

Top Cat: They call me T.C. It's short for "Top Cat".
Trixie: Oh, that's very clever. I'm Trixie, which is short for...
Top Cat: [interrupts] The future Mrs. Top Cat?
Trixie: [chuckles] You're funny, too. Too bad I have to go to work and too bad I don't take anyone from the alley.
Top Cat: Oh, I wasn't joking. I think you have stolen my heart. I'm usually the one who does the taking around here.
Trixie: [gasp] Is that why he's so upset?
Top Cat: [pulls out a bag of bird seed, throws it on Griswald, calls out for birds] Now, where were we?
[Top Cat gasps where he finds out Trixie vanishes]

Officer Dibble: Thanks a lot fellas! Now I'm never going to be chief.
Brain: Uh, Officer Dibble, I didn't know you cooked.
Officer Dibble: Chief, not chef! That is why I've been working overtime. Now I'll never get the job.

TaglinesEdit

  • Una aventura que está de pocajú (Mexico release)
  • Aquí Hay Gato Encerrado. (Mexico release)
  • The Cat is back! (UK release)

CastEdit

The English-language version was also included in the special features in the Mexican DVD release with Jason Harris voicing Lou Strickland and Griswald.

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