Garfield's Feline Fantasies

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Garfield's Feline Fantasies
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The Title
Created by Jim Davis
Directed by Phil Roman
Co-directors
Bob Nesler
John Sparey
Starring Lorenzo Music
Thom Huge
Gregg Berger
Julie Payne
Frank Welker
Theme music composer David Benoit and Desirée Goyette
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Production
Producer(s) Phil Roman
Editor(s) Timothy J. Borquez
Brian F. Mars
Running time 24 minutes
Production company(s) Film Roman
United Media/Mendelson
Paws, Inc.
Distributor DHX Media
Release
Original network CBS
Original release May 18, 1990
Chronology
Preceded by Garfield's Thanksgiving
Followed by Garfield Gets a Life

Garfield's Feline Fantasies is a half-hour animated television special based on the Garfield comic strip and is produced by Film Roman, United Media/Mendelson, and Paws, Inc. It once again featured Lorenzo Music as the voice Garfield. The special was first broadcast May 18, 1990 on CBS. It has been released on both VHS and DVD home video.

The only Garfield special not to feature Lou Rawls singing in the intro or at all in this special.

Storyline[edit]

Garfield's fantasy life is beginning to take over his real life, in a Walter Mitty-esque fashion. He slips into a fantasy world at any moment, sometimes without warning, and most are threatening. In one of these fantasies, which composes the bulk of the special, he is Lance Sterling, a mix of James Bond and Indiana Jones. With his associate Slobberjob (Odie, who Garfield brought into the fantasy with him), he travels to exotic locations like Istanbul, Paris, and the Amazon rainforest to find "The Banana of Bombay," and lay claim to it before his enemy "Fat Guy" gets to it first. On the way they meet a mysterious Moldavian lady named Nadia, who has an agenda of her own.

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