Heathcliff: The Movie

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Heathcliff: The Movie
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Bruno Bianchi
Produced by Jean Chalopin
Andy Heyward[1]
Tetsuo Katayama
Written by Alan Swayze
Based on Heathcliff 
by George Gately
Starring Mel Blanc
Donna Christie
Jeannie Elias
Music by Shuki Levy
Haim Saban
Distributed by Clubhouse Pictures
Release dates
  • January 17, 1986 (1986-01-17)
Running time
70 minutes
Country Canada
United States
Language English
Box office $2,610,686

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. It was released on DVD in 2004, but is currently out-of-print. After Heathcliff, DIC would not have another film released to theatres until Meet the Deedles in 1998.


On a rainy day, Heathcliff (Mel Blanc) recalls his past exploits to his three nephews (and a mouse), through a compilation of episodes originally broadcast on the TV series.


  1. "Cat Food for Thought" - Heathcliff becomes a TV star after getting rid of his competition.
  2. "Heathcliff's Double" - There's a new cat in town called Henry who looks exactly like Heathcliff, and everybody mistakes him for Heathcliff.
  3. "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.
  4. "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.
  5. "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.
  6. "Boom Boom Pussini" - Hector gets Heathcliff into a challenge to wrestle the famous cat wrestler Boom Boom Pussini who cheats to win matches.
  7. "Pop on Parole" - Heathcliff's father has gotten parole for jail time and Heathcliff believes he broke out and the cops are chasing him.



The film was released theatrically on January 17, 1986 and grossed $2,610,686 domestically by the end of its run.[2]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ James, Caryn (April 19, 1986). "THE SCREEN: 'HEATHCLIFF,' TALES OF COMIC-STRIP CAT". The New York Times. Retrieved 2010-08-14. 
  2. ^ Heathcliff: The Movie at Box Office Mojo

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