The Aristocats details
|Formats:||U DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Stirling Holloway, Phil Harris, Paul Winchell, Eva Gabor, Scatman Crothers|
|Genres:||Action/Adventure, Animated, Children, Family, Music/Musical|
|Studio:||WALT DISNEY HOME VIDEO|
|Collections:||Award Winners, Best of LOVEFiLM Instant, Easy Watching, Family Faves, Family Films, For Kids, Haven't Seen That in Ages!, Highest Rated|
|Run time:||1 hour 16 minutes|
|Rental release:||12 Nov 2001|
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Forgotten Disney ClassicBy a customer from Cranleigh, Surrey , 28 Mar 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]Why didn't this make the big time?
Lovely scenes, the dogs are the best!
THe cats are just soo cute. If you like cats, get this one.
One bad point - the DVD I got had a small scratch which mean you lose about 2 mins of the film.
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aristocatsBy mark leather from secret , 03 Jan 2010Another fabulous Walt Disney Classic
the aristocatsBy dynamic (18 reviews) from Spalding , 18 Oct 2009again another great family film,from walt disney.
well worth renting this for the kids and the family.
Not a classicBy Pleasegetthehistoryright (5 reviews) from Towcester , 12 Oct 2009David Beckham was once descibed as being: not a world class footballer, rather a good footballer with some world class skills (i.e. freekicks and crosses). The Aristocrats could be described similarly.
This isn't a Disney classic (if you believe Wikipedia it was the first film that Walt Disney didn't supervise) but it does have some outstanding parts. The backgrounds (hand painted animation which still outshines CGI), the dogs chasing the motorcycle and the song 'Everybody wants to be a Cat' push this into the 'memorable' category but unfortunately its no Jungle Book.
I remember my 1970s, childhood frustrations at seeing the above two scenes repeatedly on Saturday evening's Disney Time but never having the opportunity to see the whole film. I didn't realise at the time that I was only being shown the 'freekicks and crosses'.
Great for young families but our three year old's attention did wander at times (but then again so did her dad's).
The AristocatsBy Nachooooo (148 reviews) from Liphook , 30 Sep 2009Not a disney film I had ever seen. Definitely one of the better disney films. Kids loved it and so did I!
AristocatsBy Miriam from Ealing, London , 27 Sep 2009A well-made cartoon feature film, but
Lady and the Tramp was much better.