The Aristocats

The Aristocats (1970)

9 corrected entries

Corrected entry: When the Dutchess and kittens meet O'Malley's gang, the floor collapses. Isn't it funny how fast the floor was rebuilt just in time for the cats to go to bed?

Correction: It's no unusal for a part of a floor to give way. there is nothing to say that the entire floor went.

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Corrected entry: When O'Malley first compliments Duchess' eyes, the area around her irises are light blue. When we see the eyes again during the 'dancing' scene with the Alley cats, they are now white.

Correction: When we see the irises as blue, she is looking up towards the blue sky, it's most likely just a reflection.

Corrected entry: O'Malley is voiced by the same actor who did Baloo in The Jungle Book and Little John in Robin Hood. The three movies were made around the same time.

Correction: Not really trivia. Many actors do different movies around the same time.

Corrected entry: The amount of sleep medicine that Edgar put into the cats' cream would have killed them. He empties the entire bottle of sleeping pills into their cream.

Correction: It's a DISNEY cartoon. They're showing the entire bottle being put into their cream for 1) comedic effect and 2) symbolization that the cats would be asleep for a very long time, in this case long enough for Edgar to successfully kidnap them.

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Corrected entry: While Berlioz and Marie are singing "Scales and Arpeggios," Toulouse, paint all over his paws, jumps up on the piano and plays a couple chords as Berlioz plays the melody. Paint gets all over the piano keys, but when Toulouse jumps off the piano, the keys he played are spotless.

Correction: You never see the keys after he gets off the piano.

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Corrected entry: When Edgar is boasting to Frou-Frou about his catnapping achievement, he unfurls a newspaper. If you observe carefully, you will see that the newspaper title "Le Journal de Paris" is in French but all the articles are in English.

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Correction: There are a number of English language newspapers on sale in Paris, some of which have French (or French sounding) names. Why can't this fictional newspaper be one of them? It is being read by an English speaking person, after all.

Corrected entry: Duchess' collar changes throughout the film - particularly the early scenes before they are catnapped.

Correction: Her owner adores her enough to want to change it several times a day.

Corrected entry: Scat cat and his gang of alley cats comprise five cats - Scat cat, the Russian cat, the English cat, the Spanish cat and the Chinese cat. However, at the end of the song "Everybody wants to be a cat", when the alley cats are dancing their way into the steets of Paris, there are eight cat silhouettes.

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Correction: It's because other alley cats have heard their music and joined the band in their carousing as they stroll off into the night.

Corrected entry: When O'Malley offers to get the Aristocats back to Paris he draws an X on the road and says "Just leave it to J Thomas O'Malley". His full name is Abraham DeLacey Giusseppe Casey Thomas O'Malley - No "J".

Correction: "Giuseppe" is the Italian form of "Joseph" or "Joe." It's not at all surprising that an Irish cat would shorten such a bulky middle name to Joe - - or "J."

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