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Im Jahre setzt die greise Madame Adelaide ihre Katzen als Erben ihres Vermögens in Paris in ihr Testament. Ihr Butler Edgar hatte gehofft, selbst Erbe zu werden und setzt die Katzenfamilie kurzerhand weit weg von Paris aus. Beim Versuch. Aristocats (Originaltitel: The Aristocats) ist der abendfüllende Zeichentrickfilm der Walt-Disney-Studios und erschien im Jahr Der Film kostete etwa 4. restaurangsanmarino.se - Kaufen Sie Aristocats günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer vielseitigen. Preis und andere Details können je nach Größe und Farbe variieren. The Aristocats. | FSK Rating: Freigegeben ohne Altersbeschränkung. 4,8 von 5. Aristocats ist der abendfüllende Zeichentrickfilm der Walt-Disney-Studios und erschien im Jahr.
Übersetzung im Kontext von „Aristocats“ in Deutsch-Englisch von Reverso Context: Mit 16 großen Disney-Kinos bei den Aristocats. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Aristocats. Die etwas betagte Madame Adelaide Bonfamille hat ihre Katze Duchesse mit ihren drei Kätzchen Marie. Im Jahre setzt die greise Madame Adelaide ihre Katzen als Erben ihres Vermögens in Paris in ihr Testament. Ihr Butler Edgar hatte gehofft, selbst Erbe zu werden und setzt die Katzenfamilie kurzerhand weit weg von Paris aus. Beim Versuch. Klaus W. Roquefort dagegen rennt zu Thomas und erzählt ihm alles. Geplante Fortsetzungen consider, genial daneben sendetermine ready Himmel und HuhnPinocchio und Aristocats wurden demnach gestrichen. Um diese Chancen zu wahren, lässt der Butler nun die begünstigte Katzenfamilie verschwinden, magazin tour er sie weit entfernt von der Hauptstadt aussetzt. Während des kleinen Flirts cat super jedoch Marie auf, die ihn dadurch leicht aus dem Konzept bringt. Robie Lester.
Before filming was to commence Paris, Rowe wrote a letter to Disney addressing his displeasure of the script revisions, in which Tytle responded to Rowe that the changes Walt approved of would be kept.
However, by summer , the project was shelved, where Tytle, in a discussion with Walt, recommended to produce The Aristocats as an animated feature.
For that reason, Walt temporarily shelved the project as the animation department was occupied with The Jungle Book.
Meanwhile, director Wolfgang Reitherman learned of the project and suggested it as a follow-up project to Jungle Book. Because of the production delays, Tytle was advised to centralize his efforts on live action projects and was replaced by Winston Hibler.
In , Disney assigned Ken Anderson to determine whether Aristocats would be suitable for an animated feature. With occasional guidance from Reitherman, Anderson worked from scratch and simplified the two stories into a story that focused more on the cats.
Walt saw the preliminary sketches and approved the project shortly before his death. After The Jungle Book was completed, Walt and his team began work on Aristocats , which was still on after Walt's death.
Hibler was eventually replaced by Reitherman, who would abandon the more emotional story of Duchess's obsession to find adopters befitting of her kittens' talents initially favored by Walt suggesting instead the film be conceived as an adventure comedy in the vein of One Hundred and One Dalmatians.
Furthermore, the character Elvira , the maid, who was intended to be voiced by Elsa Lanchester, was removed from the story placing Edgar as the central antagonist in order to better simplify the storyline.
As with The Jungle Book , the characters were patterned on the personalities of the voice actors. Louis Armstrong was initially reported to voice Scat Cat, but he backed out of the project in for unknown reasons.
Out of desperation, Scatman Crothers was hired to voice the character under the direction to imitate Armstrong. Pat Buttram and George Lindsey were cast as the farm dogs, which proved so popular with the filmmakers that another scene was included to have the dogs when Edgar returns to the farm to retrieve his displaced hat and umbrella.
Dal McKennon was considered to voice Roquefort but he declined. Ken Anderson spent eighteen months developing the design of the characters.
Five of Disney's legendary "Nine Old Men" worked on it, including the Disney crew that had been working 25 years on average.
The Aristocats premiered on December 11, and released in theaters on December 24 that same year. The film was then re-released to theaters on December 19, , and April 10, The Aristocats had its Gold Collection disc quietly discontinued in A new single-disc Special Edition DVD previously announced as a 2-Disc set was released on February 5, , with the original matted aspect ratio of 1.
The film debuted on Blu-ray on August 7, , this time with a 1. The Aristocats II was supposed to be a direct-to-video sequel to this film.
It was scheduled to be released in , but the production was canceled in early after Disney acquired Pixar and canceled all other planned direct-to-video sequels.
Halloween Parade. Fandom may earn an affiliate commission on sales made from links on this page. When loyal butler Edgar overhears her will leaves everything to the cats until their death, he drugs and kidnaps them.
However retired army dogs make his sidecar capsize on the country. Crafty stray cat Thomas O'Malley takes them under his wing back to Paris.
Edgar tries to cover his tracks and catch them at return, but more animals turn on him, from the cart horse Frou-Frou to the tame mouse Roquefort and O'Malley's jazz friends.
Written by KGF Vissers. The first Disney animated film without the strong involvement of Disney himself, this film suffers from the fact that the story is not particularly original or interesting this is, I believe, the only animated Disney film since the 's which is NOT based on an earlier book or other work, but is rather an original story.
But to overcome this flaw, the filmmakers have successfully used many of the better features of most of the Disney animated films of the previous years: Phil Harris from The Jungle Book voicing one of the main characters, follows his duet with Louis Prima in the previous film with another here with Scatman Crothers.
The quality visual look of this film is virtually carried over from "Dalmatians" with some nice nods to French Impressionism, it appears , and the villain here the butler is strongly reminiscent of the henchmen in that film as well.
This is probably one of Disney's least memorable villains. The main story goes back and forth between the cats, and the butler's ongoing difficulties with two rural hound dogs with great voice work by Pat Buttram and George "Goober" Lindsey".
The various animal characters are similarly familiar to those who have seen "Tramp" and "Dalmatians. The real strength of the film is the voice work; after first going toward the use of mostly familiar actors in The Jungle Book, the tactic is continued strongly here with Disney veterans Harris and Sterling Holloway from The Jungle Book, and Eva Gabor who would do a very similar character in the later film The Rescuers , as well as Crothers and Nancy Kulp.
All are excellent here, particularly Harris and Gabor in the leads. The character animation is as excellent as one would expect, showing a variety of emotions well.
Smaller children may be upset by a few brief episodes an escape from the path of a speeding train, a near-drowning by one of the children , but these are not presented in a particularly frightening or dark manner and are over very quickly.
Overall, there's very little of the type of more frightening scenes found in many other Disney classics.
One minor oddity is the way some visual aspects of 60's culture are depicted among the jazz-performing cats in supposedly Paris; one can't help but wonder why the story wasn't set solidly in the present, other than the great deal Paris had changed much of its appearance in the intervening time.
It really would have made more sense that way. The songs, while being pleasant and sometimes very enjoyably performed, are not particularly memorable.
Nonetheless, the general energy applied here, the excellent voice work and fine animation all contribute to overcome the relatively few and minor weaknesses.
Far from the greatness of classic "10"s such as Pinocchio or Aladdin, and not quite up to the "9"s one might give to Sleeping Beauty or Dalmatians, this is probably a rather marginal 8 of 10; perhaps a 7.
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Lisa D. Ein sehr schöner Film. Gefällt mir immer wieder gut. Duchess gefiel mir am besten. Was mir sehr gut gefiel war das alle immer zusammengehalten haben.
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