Cats Don't Dance  

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Cats Don't Dance (1997)

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Danny, an ambitious singing/dancing cat, goes to Hollywood and overcomes several obstacles to fulfill his dream of becoming a movie star.

Director: Mark Dindal
Writers: Roberts Gannaway, Cliff Ruby, Elana Lesser, Theresa Cullen, Cinco Paul.

Release Date: 1997-03-26
Status: Released
Run time: 75 min / 1:15
Budget: $32,000,000
Revenue: $3,566,637
Production Companies : David Kirschner Productions, Warner Bros. Pictures, Turner Feature Animation
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 1997-03-26
Status: Released
Run time: 75 min / 1:15
Budget: $32,000,000
Revenue: $3,566,637

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Scott Bakula
as Danny
Jasmine Guy
as Sawyer
Natalie Cole
as Sawyer (singing voice)
Ashley Peldon
as Darla Dimple
Lindsay Ridgeway
as Darla Dimple (singing voice)
Frank Welker
as Farley Wink (voice)
Debi Derryberry
as Additional Voices (voice)
Don Knotts
as T.W. Turtle (voice)
George Kennedy
as L.B. Mammoth (voice)
John Rhys-Davies
as Woolie Mammoth (voice)
Kathy Najimy
as Tillie Hippo (voice)
Rene Auberjonois
as Flanigan (voice)
Hal Holbrook
as Cranston (voice)
Betty Lou Gerson
as Frances (voice)
Dee Bradley Baker
as Kong / Additional Voices (voice)
Bill Farmer
as Additional Voices (voice)
Bob Bergen
as Additional Voices (voice)
Barbara Goodson
as Additional Voices (voice)
Catherine Battistone
as Additional Voices (voice)
Mark Dindal
as Max (voice)
Vanessa Theme Ament
as Additional Voices (voice)


Directing Mark Dindal Director
Visual Effects Matthew Schofield Animation
Directing Marco Cinello Layout
Directing Karen Hamrock Layout
Visual Effects Al Holter Visual Effects
Writing Frans Vischer Storyboard
Writing Eric Koenig Storyboard
Art Leonard Robledo Background Designer
Visual Effects Derek L'Estrange Animation
Visual Effects Miri Yoon Animation
Crew Jay Jackson Supervising Animator
Directing Peter J. Deluca Layout
Visual Effects Simon Rodgers Animation Manager
Visual Effects Jeff Johnson Animation
Visual Effects Dave Kupczyk Animation
Writing Mark Dindal Writer
Writing Robert Lence Writer
Writing Brian McEntee Writer
Writing David Womersley Writer
Writing Kelvin Yasuda Writer
Writing Roberts Gannaway Screenplay
Writing Cliff Ruby Screenplay
Writing Elana Lesser Screenplay
Writing Theresa Cullen Screenplay
Writing Cinco Paul Screenplay
Writing Rick Schneider Story
Visual Effects Rick Schneider Character Designer

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  • Cats Don't Dance has some of the sharp irreverence of the brilliant Who Framed Roger Rabbit. There are plenty of clever asides and witty one-liners, not to mention a few terrific supporting ...

  • “Cats Don't Dance” is not compelling and it's not a breakthrough, but on its own terms, it works well. Whether this will appeal to kids is debatable; the story involves a time and a subject they're not much interested in.

  • The animation in CATS DON'T DANCE is well above average, if not quite up to the Disney standard. The voice characterizations are excellent, with Scott Bakula and Jasmine Guy as the leads and Kathy Najimy, Don Knotts, and George Kennedy outstanding in supporting roles.

  • Cats Don't Dance, directed by Mark Dindal (also known for having directed Disney's The Emperor's New Groove), was quite a box office dud. It gained a small, but fair following when released on home video.

  • Cats Don't Dance was a production of Warner Brothers's short lived theatrical animation department of the 1990s. Set in the late 1930s, it is the story of star-struck and optimistic cat named Danny who wants to make it big at Hollywood.

  • Cats Don’t Dance definitely could have benefited from stronger animation and better defined characters, but the story itself is a refreshing change in pace from other 90s animated fare as it’s mature and dealing with 1930s Hollywood in a fun, amusing manner.

  • Cats Don't Dance is a 1997 American animated musical comedy film distributed by Warner Bros. Family Entertainment and notable as the only fully animated feature produced by Turner Feature Animation.