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The cat is one of the animals that has lived with humans for a longer time. Perhaps because of this, he has appeared in countless stories, novels, films and television series. For that reason, in this article, we will share with you names of famous Disney cats, movies and their meaning.
So, if you are a lover of cats and the seventh art, in this post we review the most famous cinema cats. You can not miss them!
Garfield, one of the best-known feline characters, is a cat lazy and eater, who loves lasagna and who hates Mondays. This ordo pussycat British race sorthair lives in a typical American house, with its owner, Jon, and his other pet, Oddie, a good-natured dog at the same time unintelligent.
We were able to see Garfield for the first time comics, although due to its popularity, two films in his honor, in which the protagonist is made by computer.
In addition to the adventures of Garfield, the feats of his gamberra version, the cat, were also brought to the cinema Isidoro, that for those who do not remember it “is great and is the king of the city”.
The film was made a little while ago than the aforementioned Garfield, back in the 80 years, and, as in the case of the previous feline, his first appearances were in the comics.
Like any self-respecting movie villain, Dr. Maligno (the bad guy from Austin Powers), as well as his inseparable Mini-I, had two cats, of the Sphinx race, called respectively Mr. Bigglesworth and Mini Señor Bigglesworth.
In certain versions these names have been translated by Baldomero and Mini-Baldomero.
One of the most recent and acclaimed appearances of this story cat is in the movie Screk 2, whose dubbing in Spanish was done by Antonio Banderas. His presence in the film was so celebrated that a movie was shot with the cat with boots protagonist.
This feline was not the only animal in the Shrek movie that could talk, but also, there was an ass able to do it, which, on occasion, abused this ability.
Maybe his name is not familiar, but Jones it’s what the cat that appears in the movie Alien, one of the most famous horror movies in history.
This feline, whom the protagonist, the space lieutenant Ellen Ripley, affectionately refers to as Jonesy, stars in a moment of real tension, when Ripley sends a crewman in search of the animal, with the Alien prowling nearby. It also appears, albeit briefly, in the second part of Alien, entitled Aliens: the return.
Without leaving the horror genre, perhaps the oldest of the place, as well as the geeks, remember to Church, another british shorthair cat that appeared in the movie Pet Sematary (translated sometimes as “The Living Cemetery”).
This cat died and was revived thanks to Indian magic, although upon returning to life his character was, shall we say, somewhat less docile than when he was “really alive”. The film in question is based on a novel of Stephen King, like any good eighties horror movie worth its salt.
Radically changing gender, in this Disney movie, a rich French old lady, decides to bequeath her fortune when she dies to her butler, with the condition that he takes care of his cats Duchess, Marie, Berlioz and Toulouse (hereinafter, the Aristocats), until their death.
Edgar, that’s the name of the butler, and because of what follows from his later behavior was very evil and not very clever, he tries to get rid of the Aristocats using such original plans as putting them in a trunk and sending them to Timbuktu, no more, no less. Being a children’s movie, and without the intention of incurring a spoiler, it is easy to deduce that the aristocats run better than the butler, and also sing better.
El Cheshire cat, appears in the story of Alice in Wonderland, and is characterized by constantly smiling, possessing the enviable ability to appear and disappear at will and your taste for deep conversations.
The work Alice in Wonderland was written by an English mathematician and has been taken to the cinema on numerous occasions and in the most varied forms, from silent movies to adaptations made by Disney or Tim Burton.
Not all the cats of the cinema act like heroes or show a kind character, on the contrary, there are some who acquire the role of villains or from colleagues of the same. It is the case of Azrael, mascot of the evil Gargamel, scourge of the Smurfs, and Lucifer, the black cat of the stepmother of Cinderella.
In addition to having names that evoke evil beings, both have in common their interest in eating the protagonists or the friends of the protagonists, since Azrael tries to devour the Smurfs and Lucifer wishes with all his strength to take the mice that sympathize with Cinderella as breakfast.
We finish this 10 top of the most famous cinema cats with Gato, the “unnamed” partner of Audrey Hepburn in the movie Breakfast with Diamonds. According to the actress, recording the scene of abandonment was one of the most unpleasant that she had to do, since she was a great lover of animals.
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