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Marie the White Female Kitten is an 1988 American animated film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation.

Plot

Cast

  • Joanna Ruiz as Marie
  • Scott Menville as Toulouse
  • Christine Cavanaugh as Berlioz
  • Susan Sheridan as Oliver
  • Kate Bell as Hannah
  • Kate Maberly as Bertha
  • Heydon Prowse as Toby
  • Laura Crossley as Penny
  • Luke Evans as Jeremy
  • Ben Barnes as Bobby
  • Dominic Cooper as Luke
  • Benedict Cumberbatch as Bow
  • Jennifer Biddall as Shy Little Kitten
  • Julie Buckfield as Katie the Kitten
  • Clare Buckfield as Tiny Tawny Kitten
  • Andrew Knott as 19-GB
  • Hermione Baddeley as Madame
  • Debi Derryberry as John
  • Finty Williams as Dawn
  • Casey Kasem as Owen Griffiths
  • Tom Kane as Tom Griffiths
  • Tom Hanks as Farmer
  • Tim Allen as Policeman
  • Mollie Sugden as Policewoman
  • Blake Clark as The Butler
  • John Ratzenberger as Colonel Freckles
  • Jeff Pidgeon, Jack Angel, Wallace Shawn, Joe Ranft, Jerome Ranft, Don Rickles, Michael Keaton and Jim Cummings as The Horses
  • Thurl Ravenscroft as Tony the Tiger
  • Jimmy Weldon as Yakky Doodle
  • Red Coffey as Iddy Biddy Buddy and Duck
  • Bob Holt as Grape Ape
  • Paul Winchell as Tigger
  • Casey Kasem as Harry Kitten
  • Roy Kinnear as Bulk
  • Melvyn Hayes as Skeleton and BRIAN the Robot
  • Joe Ranft as Leo
  • Jimmy Hibbert as Gun Jack
  • David Jason as Jack-2
  • Jerome Ranft as Bull
  • Martin Jarvis as Godfrey The Horse and Dudley The Pig
  • Penelope Keith as Martha the Cow
  • Hannah Gordon as Brenda the Duck
  • Peter Cullen as Eeyore
  • Maurice LaMarche as Super Jack
  • Graeme Garden as Bananaman
  • Paul Winchell as Gargamel
  • Casey Kasem as Dr. Nitrus Brio
  • Ken Barry as Mr. Trudge
  • Harry Morgan and Roddy McDowall as Zorathians
  • Joe Ranft as Evil Tiger Kitten with Black Stripes, Jemm, Weevil Underwood and Zorak
  • John Stocker as Beastly
  • David Jason as Despero

Additional voices

  • Jack Angel
  • S. Scott Bullock
  • Michael Clark Duncan
  • Lee Bailey
  • Christian Slater
  • Bill Boyett
  • Charles Adler
  • Tom Kane
  • Corey Burton
  • Dee Bradley Baker
  • Ben Stein
  • Wally Burr
  • Phil Clarke
  • Rege Cordic
  • Mel Brooks
  • Henry Corden
  • Dan Castellaneta
  • Ving Rhames
  • Brad Crandall
  • Peter Cullen
  • Brian Cummings
  • Jeff David
  • Joe E. Elwood
  • Jack DeLeon
  • George DiCenzo
  • Walker Edmister
  • Roin Freinberg
  • Brian Fuld
  • Michael Hagiwara
  • James Sie
  • Ralph James
  • Bill Farmer
  • Buster Jones
  • Stanley Jones
  • Les Lampson
  • John Mayer
  • Don Messick
  • Joe Alaskey
  • Arlin Miller
  • Ron Glass
  • Vic Perrin
  • Tony Pope
  • Phil Proctor
  • Joe Ranft
  • Richard Ramos
  • Gene Ross
  • Neil Ross
  • Michael Rye
  • Ted Schwartz
  • Michael Bell
  • John Stephenson
  • Jack Riley
  • Andre Stojka
  • Clancy Brown
  • Paul Winchell
  • Bill Woodson
  • Fred Stoller
  • Bronson Pinchot
  • Jim Meskimen
  • Ed Begley Jr.
  • Barry Stigler
  • Michael Stanton
  • Lex Lang
  • Wally Wingert
  • Quinton Flynn
  • Charles Shaughnessy
  • Orestes Matacena

Music

Randy Newman

Songs

  • Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star - The C.R.S. Players
  • The Owl and the Pussycat - The C.R.S. Players
  • There's a Song for All the Children - Joanna Ruiz
  • Eight Galloping Horses - Scott Menville, Christine Cavanaugh, Susan Sheridan, Heydon Prowse, Luke Evans, Ben Barnes, Dominic Cooper, Benedict Cumberbatch, Joe Ranft, Paul Winchell, John Ratzenberger and Peter Cullen
  • Lazy Days On The Farm - Susan Sheridan
  • Farmyard Cabaret - Paul Winchell

Romance

  • Marie and Oliver was Romantic.

Trivia

  • Berlioz sounds like Chuckie Finster Because they have the same voice actor.
  • Leo sounds like Lenny the Binoculars and Wheezy the Penguin.
  • Evil Tiger Kitten with Orange and Black Stripes sounds like Elmo St. Peters.

Goofs

  • Toulouse, Berlioz, Leo, Oliver, Bow, 19-GB and the Kittens fight Evil Tiger Kitten with Orange and Black Stripes.
  • Toulouse, Oliver, Berlioz, The Kittens, Tigger, Eeyore, 19-GB, Godfrey, Dudley, Martha, Brenda, Yakky Doodle, Owen, Tom, Bulk, Skeleton and BRIAN fight Gargamel and the Villains.

Runtime

94 minutes

Release

The film is released in theaters on October 31, 1988

Gallery

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