Heathcliff and the Catillac Cats / Trivia - TV Tropes
Riff Raff takes Cleo on a date to the carnival, but their fun is thwarted by Bruno, Can Do, Heathcliff and Iggy go to visit the zoo so that Heathcliff can finally meet Heathcliff hears Iggy saying how wonderful it is to have a pet, and decides he in the woods, so he becomes the first cat ever to be named "Scout of the Year!. Heathcliff & the Catillac Cats (TV Series –) on IMDb: Movies, TV, Celebs, and Riff Raff's girlfriend Cleo lived in a music shop (and she is arguable one of the I don't remember too much from the show, but it did create nice childhood people still don't know this) Is that DIC's version of Heathcliff was actually an. Although this show is often looked back with fondness and nostalgia for those who most of the people who worked on this show don't have very nice memories of it. Ever wonder why Heathcliff and Riff-Raff never meet outside the end credits? Often times, someone will claim or swear in the internet that they saw an.
He is shown always dressed with a blue scarf which he wears like a cravat and table leg which he uses as a cane, as well as a sideways cap. The other cats in the group were Hector, Wordsworth, and Mungo. Hector[ edit ] Hector, a brown and beige cat who speaks with a New Jersey accent, was sometimes depicted as feeling that he should be the head of the group, and becomes so on some occasions, such as the episode "Hector's Takeover".
Riff-Raff and Hector's conflicts formed the basis of a number of episodes. He is also second in command. Wordsworth[ edit ] Wordsworth, named after poet William Wordsworthis a white cat who wears roller skates, yellow headphones, sunglasses, and speaks in rhyme. Mungo[ edit ] Mungo is a large, dim-witted purple cat who acts as a lackey for Riff-Raff.
Mungo is often seen wearing a red shirt with a red winter hat. Though dimwitted, Mungo has the skills of an idiot savant in cooking, and has astounding strength and fighting prowess. Mungo is a "gentle-giant" and lighthearted in personality. Cleo is a cream-colored cat with long blonde hair, and she looks as though she is wearing a leotard and wears a pair of pink legwarmers.
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The music store is constantly guarded by a sheepdog named Bush who has long hair and cannot see where he is going a running gag involved Riff-Raff entering the store, then Bush attempting to chase Riff-Raff out and breaking a musical instrument in the process.
In the flashback episode "Christmas Memories", it is revealed that Cleo is, in fact, one of the Catillac Cats herself, even going as far as to indicate that she coined the name. In fact, Riff-Raff agrees in one episode, "Kitten Around", to "go steady" with Cleo, but immediately falls for another cat named Roxy.
As expected, Cleo is furious and soon gets payback. Sometimes Cleo is seen with another tomcat that Riff-Raff has to face off against. Leroy[ edit ] Another character, who also lives in the junkyard, is Leroy, a reddish-brown docked-tail hound with dark brown ears and a large spot over his right eye that resembles a black eye.
He wears a nautical captain's hat. Leroy and the Catillac Cats have a love-hate relationship: Leroy often tries to chase them out, to no avail, though other times he is an ally, helping them chase out other outsiders.
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Curiously Blanc still performed several voices after the series up until his death however. The Catillac Cats episode "High Goon" uses a Heathcliff title card specifically the one of Mungo about to step on a sunbathing Heathcliff. Although this show is often looked back with fondness and nostalgia for those who grew up in the 80s and early 90s, most of the people who worked on this show don't have very nice memories of it.
The only aversions were the voice actors. Donna Christie said that this was her favorite series, and the rest of the cast enjoyed working on the set. Keep Circulating the Tapes: Various VHS and DVD compilations mostly of the Heathcliff segments were released up until in the mids, all of which are now out of print.
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Factory released the first 24 episodes before losing the rights to the series. Mill Creek Entertainment released the entire first season on DVD, one half in and the other half in Finally averted in August when Mill Creek released the entire series on DVD, including the previously unreleased second season episodes. The most recent print of Heathcliff: