That Darn Cat (1997) R1 Custom label

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That Darn Cat

Get ready for a purrr-fectly hilarious comedy adventure starring Christina Ricci (THE ADDAMS FAMILY) and Doug E. Doug (OPERATION DUMBO DROP). When her faithful tomcat D.C. (aka “Darn Cat”) brings home an important clue to a mysterious kidnapping, 16-year-old Patti Randall finds her ho-hum hometown suddenly turned into a hotbed of criminal excitement! And when she teams up with rookie FBI Agent Kelso to try to solve the baffling crime … these would-be detectives follow THAT DARN CAT into some unexpected surprises! Outrageous double identities and sidesplitting misadventures abound in this hit remake of the comedy classic that’s motion picture fun for everyone!|The film is based on the novel “Undercover Cat,” by the Gordons and the screenplay the Gordons and Bill Walsh wrote for the 1965 Disney film. Dean Jones, who starred as Kelso in the earlier film, returns for a role in this version.|The star cat, Elvis, was discovered by his trainer, Larry Madrid, at the North Hollywood animal shelter. Elvis was actually selected because he was a perfect double for some other cats selected earlier, but Elvis turned out to be the star himself, and he hardly needed any doubles — he did 98 percent of the work.|Edgefield, South Carolina, was selected as the fictional Massachusetts town in the movie, with the filmmakers even changing the town name in the movie to match the filming location.
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