Category Archives: Cat DVD

Pet Media Adventure Cat DVD Volume 1: Backyard Fun

Adventure Cat Volume 1: Backyard Fun! There is nothing that compares to this DVD for cats! Your feline won’t be spending those long days alone while your at work. Just play Adventure Cat and watch the entertainment and learning begin. Adventure abounds in every scene! This amazing DVD will take your feline on a thought provoking and fun thrill ride of Cat-u-tainment! Scenes on this DVD include real life animals in stunning clarity and color – just […]

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Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Deluxe Edition) (1958)

Amazon.com essential video Elizabeth Taylor has never been sexier than as Tennessee Williams’s hot-blooded Maggie “The Cat” Pollitt, prowling around her boudoir in a slinky white slip. That’s how you know her alcoholic, ex-football-player husband, Brick (Paul Newman), must have more than just his leg in a cast. It’s the 65th birthday of wealthy (but dying) southern patriarch Big Daddy (Burl Ives), and his sons Gooper (Jack Carter) and Brick have come to suck up to him […]

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Cats & Dogs (Widescreen Version) (2001)

Comedic action-adventure that mixes live action with cutting-edge CGI and animatronic effects. “Cats & Dogs” uncovers the truth about the high-tech, secret war being waged in neighborhoods everywhere that humans aren’t even aware of: an eternal struggle between the two great armies of Cats and Dogs. The story follows a Cat plan to destroy a new vaccine that, if developed, would destroy all human allergies to Dogs, and the Dogs’ efforts to stop the Cats from executing […]

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The Cat From Outer Space (1978)

Amazon.com Here’s today’s trivia question: What Disney movie costars both colonels from television’s M*A*S*H–that is, Henry Blake (McLean Stevenson) and Sherman Potter (Harry Morgan)? Heck, that’s easy: 1978’s The Cat from Outer Space, a family comedy about a feline extraterrestrial named Jake (voiced by actor Ronnie Schell, who also plays Sergeant Duffy). Eerily similar to the plot of Steven Spielberg’s E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, released four years later, Cat finds Jake stuck on Earth and in danger of […]

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Cat Ballou (1965)

Amazon.com Long before Unforgiven deconstructed the Western, or Blazing Saddles lampooned it, Cat Ballou poked the genre in the eye. An altogether enjoyable comedy, the film is full of small surprises, big laughs, and wonderful character turns. Catherine Ballou (Jane Fonda) is a schoolteacher until a hired thug kills her daddy. To protect what she loves, she collects two petty criminals, a wisecracking hired hand, and a hired killer, Kid Shelleen (Lee Marvin). Unfortunately, Shelleen is a […]

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Cats Don’t Dance (1997)

Amazon.com Actually, cats do dance, and there are a lot of little cat feet tapping all over this odd animated film. Complaints about originality can’t be leveled here; the film works within the confines of the musical genre, but there’s never really been anything like this. Danny the cat is from Kokomo, and he’s got a short list of things he has to do to become a big star in Hollywood. Unfortunately, he’s unaware that animals, even […]

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That Darn Cat! (1965)

Amazon.com When a slightly cross-eyed Siamese cat named D.C. (Darn Cat) turns up with a wristwatch around his neck instead of a collar, it could be just the clue the FBI needs to crack a series of bank robberies in this lightweight comedy from Disney. The watch belongs to a bank teller who has been taken hostage. Dean Jones stars as the good-hearted FBI agent assigned to the case. Unfortunately, he is highly allergic to, you guessed […]

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Cat Sitter DVD

Cats across the country have ecstatically reviewed this lively production. Murray in Phoenix writes: ‘When my human gets home, I lead her straight to the TV. If only I had thumbs to operate the remote.’ Mavis in Savannah raves: ‘I’m positive it’ll win this year’s prestigious Hairball Award!’ A continuous loop option means that your cat will never have to be home alone! (more…)

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Dr. Seuss – The Cat in the Hat (Original Television Episode) (1971)

In a marvelously animated version of one of the most beloved of all Dr. Seuss tales, two youngsters find themselves at home with nothing to do on a rainy afternoon. But when the magical, mischievous Cat in the Hat arrives on the scene, they’re all cat-apulted into a day of rousing, romping, outlandish antics they – and you – will never forget! (more…)

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