Heathcliff: The Movie
|Heathcliff: The Movie|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Bruno Bianchi|
|Produced by||Jean Chalopin
|Written by||George Gately|
by George Gately
|Music by||Shuki Levy
|Distributed by||Clubhouse Pictures
Heathcliff: The Movie is a 1986 animated film from DIC Entertainment, released by Atlantic Releasing under their Clubhouse Pictures label. Paramount Home Video released Heathcliff: The Movie on VHS in 1988. After Heathcliff, DIC would not have another film released to theatres until Strawberry Shortcake: The Sweet Dreams Movie in 2006.
- "Cat Food for Thought" - Heathcliff becomes a TV star after getting rid of his competition.
- "Heathcliff's Double" - There's a new cat in town called Henry who looks exactly like Heathcliff, and everybody mistakes him for Heathcliff.
- "The Siamese Twins" - There are two new cats in town that are ruining Heathcliff's reputation, making everyone think Heathcliff is the cause of their troubles.
- "An officer and an Alley Cat" - To win a lifetime supply of free cat food, Heathcliff goes to obedience school to be worthy for the contest.
- "The Catfather" - In this parody of The Godfather, Heathcliff collects gifts for the Catfather, oblivious to the fact that the Catfather is the scare of the town.
- "Boom Boom Pussini" - Hector gets Heathcliff into a challenge to wrestle the famous cat wrestler Boom Boom Pussini who cheats to win matches.
- "Pop on Parole" - Heathcliff's father has gotten parole for jail time and Heathcliff believes he broke out and the cops are chasing him.
- Mel Blanc as Heathcliff
- Donna Christie as Iggy Nutmeg
- Jeannie Elias as Marcy
- Marilyn Lighstone as Sonja / Grandma
- Ted Zeigler as Mungo / Grandpa
- Stan Jones as Wordsworth
- Danny Mann as Hector / Fish Shop Proprietor
- Peter Cullen as Pop
- Marilyn Schreffler as One
- Derek McGrath as Two / Spike
- Danny Wells as General and Announcer
The film was released theatrically on January 17, 1986 and grossed $2,610,686 domestically by the end of its run.
- James, Caryn (April 19, 1986). "THE SCREEN: 'HEATHCLIFF,' TALES OF COMIC-STRIP CAT". The New York Times. Retrieved 2010-08-14.
- Heathcliff: The Movie at Box Office Mojo