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Walt Disney Productions Presents
"The Aristocats" · sung by: Maurice Chevalier
Color by Technicolor®
Story and Styling: Larry Clemmons, Vance Gerry, Ken Anderson, Frank Thomas, Eric Cleworth, Julius Svendsen, Ralph Wright, T. Hee, Xavier Atencio
Based on a story by: Tom McGowan and Tom Rowe
Directing Animators: Milt Kahl, Ollie Johnston, Frank Thomas, John Lounsbery
Production Design: Ken Anderson
Phil Harris as O'Malley
Eva Gabor as Duchess
Robie Lester as Duchess's Vocal
Sterling Holloway/Vasilis Platakis as Roquefort
Scatman Crothers as Scat Cat
Paul Winchell as Chinese Cat
Lord Tim Hudson as English Cat
Vito Scotti as Italian Cat
Thurl Ravenscroft as Russian Cat
Dean Clark as Berlioz
Liz English as Marie
Gary Dubin as Toulouse
Nancy Kulp as Frou-Frou
Ruth Buzzi as Frou-Frou's Vocal
Pat Buttram as Napoleon
George Lindsey as Lafayette
Monica Evans as Abigail
Carole Shelley as Amelia
Charles Lane as Lawyer
Hermione Baddeley as Madame
Roddy Maude-Roxby as Butler
Bill Thompson as Uncle Waldo
Mel Blanc as The Frog
Peter Renaday as the Milkman and the Le Petit Cafe Cook
Character Animation: Hal King, Eric Larson, Bill Justice, Eric Cleworth, Julius Svendsen, Fred Hellmich, Walt Stanchfield, Dave Michener, Don Towsley, Hugh Fraser, Hal Ambro, Al Coe, Art Stevens, George Nicholas, Ken O'Brien, Bill Keil, Jerry Hathcock, Don Lusk, Charles A. Nichols, Don Bluth, Richard Williams Studios
Assistant Animation: Dave Suding
Effects Animation: Dan MacManus, Dick Lucas
CGI Animators: Thomas Hahn, Peter Nye, Michael A. Shantzis, Rick Age, Robert Rodriguez, Elizabeth Avellan
Computer Generated Graphics: Tad A. Gielow
"Scales and Alpeggios"
"She Never Felt Alone"
Words and Music by: Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman
"Thomas O'Malley Cat"
Words and Music by: Terry Gilkyson
"Everybody Wants To Be A Cat"
Words and Music by: Floyd Huddleston and Al Rinker
This picture has made the jurdisction of I.A.T.S.E.-IA, affiliated with A.F.L.-C.L.O.
Approved No. 22634 Motion Picture Association of America
Stop Motion Animation by: Mom Productions
Continuity Design: Anthony Peters, T. Hee, Xavier Atencio, John Jensen
Described Video: Kat Mullaly
Puppet Makers: Ichiro Komuro, Bill Justice, Xavier Atencio, George Pal
Stop Motion Animation Supervisor: Tad Mochinaga
Directors of Animation: Jack Shih, Jenny Yu
Lead Technical Director: Wonnie Ro
Artist/Animator: Trey Parker
Animation Produced By: Celluloid Studios
Animation Producers: Oliver Katz, James Wahlberg
Cut 'N' Pasteur’s: Gwynn Adam, Lisa Bachar, Kathleen Iannacone, Chris O'Brien, Randy Pijoan, John Jensen, Olga Volozova, Jennifer Walsh, Andy Arett, Oliver De Guia, Jeff Gill, Lesley Hur, Neil Ishimine, Dave Koch, Jason Lopez, John Luciano, Scott Oberholtzer, Nora Quinn, Andrew B. Rhoades, Edgar Tellez
Technical Directors: Jeff Delgado, Nicole Fillatrault, Jeffrey Gulan, John Kujawa, Peder Lester, Byron Lopez, Will Meyer, Daniel Patao, Johnny Sweeney, Brunz Menezes White, Christina Yeung
Cel Painter: Marilyn Pierson
Xerox: Charlene Miller, Bill Brazner, Diana Dixon
Scene Planning: Buf Nerbovig, Ruth Tompson
Final Check: Wilma Baker
Inker: Maria Fenyvesi
Ink and Paint: Carmen Sanderson, Charlene Miller, Mary Jane Cole, Diana Dixon, Bernie Bonnicksen
Art Directors: John B. Mansbridge, Jack Senter
Layout: Dale Barnhart, Don Griffith, Maurice Binder, John Emerson, Basil Davidovich, Sylvia Roemer, Xaiver Atencio, Saul Bass
Color Styling: A. Kendall O'Connor
Background: Al Dempster, Bill Layne, Ralph Hulett, John Jensen, Alan Maley, Art Riley, Thelma Witmer, Frank Armitage
Title Designers: Ernest D. Farino, Douy Swofford, Neal Thompson, Dan Perri
Co Director: Maurice Noble
Associate Producers: Tom Leetch, Maurizio Lodi-Fe
Executive Producers: William Hanna, Joseph Barbera
Screenplay by: Chuck Jones
Produced by: Wolfgang Reitherman, Winston Hibler, Bill Anderson, Ron Miller
Directed by: Wolfgang Reitherman, Richard Williams Studios
Georges Hautecourt Arrives
Madame Makes a Will
"Scales and Arpeggios"/Roquefort Stops By for Dinner
Lost in the Wilderness
Enter Abraham DeLacy Giuseppe Casey "Thomas O'Malley Cat"
O'Malley's Plan/"She Never Felt Alone"
Blackie Reveals His Secret to Frou-Frou
A Narrow Escape for the Kittens/O'Malley Saves Marie from Drowning
Meet Amelia and Abigail Gabble/'Introductions to Keep Facts Proper'
Blackie Tries to Retrieve His Hat and Umbrella
"Everybody Wants to Be a Cat"
Settling Down for the Night/O'Malley's Offer
Home at Last
Roquefort Runs for Help
O'Malley to the Rescue
A New Addition to the Family/'It's the End'
THE END · A Walt Disney Production
Digital Film Restoration: Cinesite, Inc.
Audio Restoration: Buena Vista Sound
Project Supervision: Buena Vista Visual Effects and Walt Disney Feature Animation
Digital Mastering: THX Ltd.
Digital Restoration: William L. Arance, Thomas Rosseter, Jim Carbonetti, Jazym Whitman, Heather Davis Baker, Oliver Sarda, James Valentine
Restoration Supervisor: Thomas J. Smith
Editorial Manager: Julie M. McDonald
Assistant Film Editors: George Cave, I.J. Wilkinson
Supervising Editor: Bill Melendez
Assistant Editors Robin Lee, Tom Freeman, Ada Cochavl, Dana Mulligan
Second Assistant Editors: Steven Liu, Torbin Xan Bullock