Marie of Aristocats

This is one of the very favourite children’s videos that I love since
I first met these noble Aristocats through my children when they were small.
I particularly like this part of the film where all three kittens:
Marie, Berlioz and Toulouse barge in through the cat-flap,
and what Marie says about ‘Ladies’!!

“The Aristocats is a 1970 animated feature produced and released by Walt Disney Productions. The twentieth animated feature in the Disney animated features canon, the story revolves around a family of aristocratic cats, and how an alley cat acquaintance helps prevent a butler from kidnapping them to gain his mistress’ fortune. This film is noted for being the last film to be approved by Walt Disney himself; he died in 1966, while the film was still in early production. It was originally released to theaters by Buena Vista Distribution on December 11, 1970.

Set in Paris, France in the year 1910, this is the story about a mother cat named Duchess and her three kittens: her cute daughter Marie, and her two sons Berlioz and Toulouse. The mother cat faces many obstacles raising her children. They live in the mansion of retired opera singer Adelaide Bonfamille, along with her evil butler Edgar who has a big nose, Frou Frou the horse, and Roquefort the mouse, who is a good friend of the cats. ” (Wikipedia)

The title is a pun on the word aristocrats.

Tis for now. Rii xx


8 Responses

  1. I love this.. infact I love disney movies. I watched Tarzan and Aladdin today 😛

  2. Hei Nus

    They are great, aren’t they just?!!
    Take care and do keep so well.
    Rii 🙂

  3. Hey Hey Hey :p Yeah, really great… I’m going to watch sleeping beauty right now 😀

    U 2 take care 🙂

  4. Hei again Nus

    Lol! Great stuff – how did you like the Sleeping Beauty?
    Take care and do have a good week ahead.
    Rii 🙂

  5. I loveeee sleeping beauty 😛

  6. Hei Nus

    Haha!! Did the Prince make an impression on you?!! 😉
    Keep so well and safe. Rii

  7. I don’t like disney prince really much… I don’t think they are well drawn. They seem to give more importance to the princesses. but if I’ll have to choose princes, would be Aladdin, and Eric in lil mermaid.

  8. Hei Nus again

    Your choice of Prince is good as in Aladdin.
    Keep safe.
    Rii 🙂

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