Cat-Tails for Two 1953 Warner Bros Merrie Melodies Cartoon Short Film

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Cat-Tails for Two plot from IMDb: "Two cats, one crafty but ill-fated, the other a lunkheaded oaf, decide to hunt mice on a Mexican ship and meet Speedy Gonzales, the fastest mouse in all Mexico. Not surprisingly, all their schemes for catching Speedy fail, with violent consequences for the smarter cat."

Cast and Characters:

Mel Blanc as Speedy Gonzales, George, and Benny's screaming

Stan Freberg as Benny (uncredited)

Directed by Robert McKimson

Story by Tedd Pierce

Produced by Edward Selzer (uncredited)

Music by Carl Stalling

Animation by Herman Cohen, Phil DeLara, Charles McKimson, Rod Scribner, Keith Darling (uncredited), Harry Love (uncredited)

Layouts by Robert Givens

Backgrounds by Richard H. Thomas

Color process: Technicolor

Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures

Release date: August 29, 1953

Running time: 7 minutes (one reel)