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That Darn Cat!

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Release Date
July 9th, 2019
Running Time
29:41
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It's the most ambitious Lloyd Approved episode yet, as The Cinema Snob reviews the classic 1965 Disney film That Darn Cat!
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(The "Lloyd Approved" logo zooms in.)

The Cinema Snob (VO): If you like what you see, help us get to our next goal of 160,000 subscribers by subscribing to our channel at youtube.com/stonedgremlinproductions!

Snob: (as he strokes Lloyd's fur) It is not only my honor to be talking about the 1965 Disney classic That Darn Cat!, but to also have my own That Darn Cat!, Lloyd, here to talk about the movie as well.

(close-up of Lloyd)

Lloyd: He picked me up and put me on his lap against my will! Help!

(Pan down from the cover of...)

Snob (VO): Based on the 1963 novel Undercover Cat by the Gordons, (film footage) Walt Disney's 1965 adaptation, That Darn Cat!, is a screwball comedy classic. It's the perfect movie for not just Siamese cat people, but cat people of all kinds! The film was directed by Disney legend Robert Stevenson, who also directed (posters for...) The Love Bug, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, and Mary Poppins, which was released the prior year. (back to the film) It's also notable for being the last Hayley Mills Disney film of the 1960s, but also the first Dean Jones Disney film. It's the story of what happens when the friendly neighborhood Siamese cat named D.C., complete with a collection of lighthearted Disney characters, clash into a murder and kidnapping plot featuring Neville Brand and Frank Gorshin as a pair of sociopathic bank robbers.

Snob: You might wanna hide your eyes, Lloyd. It's gonna get very intense!

Lloyd: Okay, that's it, I'm outta here! (As he says this, he runs off the Snob's lap.)

Snob: (with his legs suddenly crossed the other way) Oh-oh, hey, hey, where you going?

(From this point onward, whenever D.C. appears on screen, Lloyd, whose voice is dubbed by Brad, takes over.)

Lloyd: Jesus, every day with the movie watching and then talking about movies. Why does it always cut to me??? I rarely have anything to do with this. Oh, is the movie named Pet Sematary? Well, I'm a pet, so obviously I have to be at that review. Does he think I'm some psycho zombie cat or something? That's just offensive! I need to go mess with a dog to take my mind off things! (to bulldog) Hey, asshole! Your mother was a chihuahua!

(...)

Iggy: 160? Are you trying to snow me?

Dan: Get your hands off me, meatball. Get 'em off!

(...)

Iggy: My money. My money. My mon... Ohh...

(A police officer shows up and slaps cuffs on Iggy's wrists as he looks inD.C.'s direction.)

To be continued

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