Starring: Harry Lang
Directed by: Hugh Harman
Cat Out of the Bag Alert! This review contains spoilers for this film!
Synopsis: A beautiful society cat flirts from her balcony with a mischievous alley cat (voiced by Harry Lang). The butler sics his bulldog Rover on the courting couple to break up the romance.
Cartoon Cats: The beautiful sleek white society feline fatale is apparently bored with her every day routine of pampered service by the family butler. She acts very snobbish towards him and even turns up her nose at the fish he presents.
She wanders onto her balcony to look at the moon and smell the flowers, catching the attention of a tough black alley cat below.
While the society cat turns her back on the alley cat, she still says hello and openly flirts with him.
The alley cat enlists his friends to serenade the beautiful cat.
This is what causes the butler to sic the dog on them.
The alley cat manages to hold his own very well against the dog, even managing to sneak inside for a quick rhumba with the lady fair.
Even after all is said and done and the alley cat, dog and butler have all but destroyed the house, the female cat seems unfazed by it all.
And the alley cat continues to woo her from below.
Final Mewsings: Cats couldn’t care less about social barriers.