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Cattanooga Cats

Cattanooga Cats

Cattanooga Cats


Cattanooga Cats depicted the adventures of a fictitious rock band similar to The Archies and The Banana Splits populated by anthropomorphic hillbilly cats: * Lead singer/guitarist Country (voiced by Bill Callaway) * Singer/dancer Kitty Jo (voiced by Julie Bennett) * Bassist Scoots (voiced by Jim Begg). * Drummer Groove (voiced by Casey Kasem) A fifth member, a mouse keyboardist named "Cheesie", was storyboarded but cut out of the series. Read more on Last.fm
Cattanooga Cats depicted the adventures of a fictitious rock band similar to The Archies and The Banana Splits populated by anthropomorphic hillbilly cats: * Lead singer/guitarist Country (voiced by Bill Callaway) * Singer/dancer Kitty Jo (voiced by Julie Bennett) * Bassist Scoots (voiced by Jim Begg). * Drummer Groove (voiced by Casey Kasem) A fifth member, a mouse keyboardist named "Cheesie", was storyboarded but cut out of the series. The group travelled around in a van, was chased by a female cat groupie named Jessie the "Autograph Hound" (also voiced by Julie Bennett) and Kitty Jo owned a big blue dog named "Teeny Tim". The singing vocals for The Cattanooga Cats were performed by Michael Lloyd and Peggy Clinger, and an album collection of the songs was released in tandem with the series. The Cats also appeared in various "bumpers" between the other cartoons, but were best remembered for their animated musical segments. These cartoons showed a strong psychedelic and op-art influence and the Cattanooga Cats remain a cult favorite to this day. Cattanooga Cats, the mos hippie cat band ever made...

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