Marie the White Female Kitten
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Directed by
George Scribner
Produced by
Kathleen Gavin (production manager)
Screenplay by
Jim Cox, Timothy J. Disney, James Mangold
Story by
Vance Gerry, Joe Ranft, Roger Allers, Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise, Dave Michener, Pete Young, Mike Gabriel
Joanna Ruiz, Scott Menville, Christine Cavanaugh, Joe Ranft, Susan Sheridan, Benedict Cumberbatch, Tom Kane, Don Messick, Wallace Shawn, Jim Cummings, Melvyn Hayes, Garry Moore, Jerome Ranft, Hannah Gordon, David Jason, Jimmy Weldon, Casey Kasem, Michael Keaton, Jack Angel, Joss Ackland, Jon Pertwee, Richard Briers, John Laurie, Don Rickles, Peter Ustinov, Roy Kinnear, Martin Jarvis, Peter Cullen, Penelope Keith, Jimmy Hibbert, Thurl Ravenscroft, Red Coffey, John Ratzenberger, Bob Holt, Paul Winchell, Maurice LaMarche, John Stocker, Roddy McDowall, Bill Scott, Derek Nimmo, Harry Morgan, Corey Burton, Dan Castellaneta, Jack DeLeon, Bill Farmer, Phil Proctor, Gene Ross, Ted Schwartz, Clancy Brown, Bronson Pinchot, Wally Wingert, Jim Meskimen, Michael Bell, Tony Pope, Buster Jones, Ralph James, Joe E. Elwood, Wally Burr, Lee Bailey, Phil Clarke and Joe Alaskey
Music by
Randy Newman
Production Company:
Release dates:
October 31, 1988
Running time:
194 minutes

Marie the White Female Kitten is an 1988 American animated film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation.


Main characters/Heroes


  • Gargamel
  • Evil Tiger Kitten with Black Stripes
  • Dr. Nitrus Brio.
  • Mr. Trudge
  • The Zorathians
  • Jean LaFoote
  • Jemm
  • Weevil Underwood
  • Zorak
  • Beastly
  • Despero

Voice Cast Members

  • Joanna Ruiz as Marie
  • Scott Menville as Toulouse
  • Christine Cavanaugh as Berlioz
  • Joe Ranft as Leo, Evil Tiger Kitten with Black Stripes, Jemm, Weevil Underwood, Zorak and Plum Loco Louie
  • Susan Sheridan as Oliver
  • Kate Bell as Hannah
  • Kate Maberly as Bertha
  • Heydon Prowse as Toby
  • Laura Crossley as Penny
  • Matthew Garber as Jeremy
  • Ben Barnes as Bobby
  • Dominic Cooper as Luke
  • Benedict Cumberbatch as Bow
  • Jennifer Biddall as Shy Little Kitten
  • Julie Buckfield as Katie the Kitten
  • Clare Buckfield as Tiny Tawny Kitten
  • Andrew Knott as 19-GB
  • Hermione Baddeley as Madame
  • Debi Derryberry as John
  • Finty Williams as Dawn
  • Casey Kasem as Owen Griffiths, Alexander Cabot III and Harry Kitten
  • Tom Kane as Tom Griffiths
  • Tom Hanks as Farmer
  • Tim Allen as Policeman
  • Mollie Sugden as Policewoman
  • Blake Clark as The Butler
  • Clive Revill as Count Chocula
  • Bernard Bresslaw as Franken Berry
  • Hugh Burden as Boo-Berry
  • Don Messick as Fruit Brute
  • Jon Pertwee as Fruity Yummy Mummy
  • Max Wall as Lucky the Leprechaun
  • Richard Briers as Pac-Man
  • Deryck Guyler as Captain Rik
  • Joss Ackland as Dig 'Em Frog
  • Anthony Sharp, Roy Kinnear and John Laurie as Snap, Crackle and Pop
  • Angus Lennie as Cap'n Crunch
  • Michael Elwyn as Professor Weeto
  • John Ratzenberger as Colonel Freckles
  • Jeff Pidgeon, Jack Angel, Wallace Shawn, Joe Ranft, Jerome Ranft, Don Rickles, Michael Keaton and Jim Cummings as The Horses
  • Thurl Ravenscroft as Tony the Tiger
  • Peter Ustinov as Klondike Pete
  • Garry Moore as Pardner
  • Jimmy Weldon as Yakky Doodle
  • Red Coffey as Iddy Biddy Buddy and Duck
  • Bob Holt as Grape Ape
  • Paul Winchell as Tigger and Gargamel
  • Alexander Cabot III and Harry Kitten
  • Roy Kinnear as Bulk
  • Melvyn Hayes as Skeleton and BRIAN the Robot
  • Jimmy Hibbert as Gun Jack
  • David Jason as Jack-2 and Despero
  • Jerome Ranft as Bull
  • Martin Jarvis as Godfrey The Horse and Dudley The Pig
  • Penelope Keith as Martha the Cow
  • Hannah Gordon as Brenda the Duck
  • Peter Cullen as Eeyore
  • Maurice LaMarche as Super Jack
  • Graeme Garden as Bananaman
  • Ken Barry as Mr. Trudge
  • Harry Morgan and Roddy McDowall as Zorathians
  • Bill Scott as Jean LaFoote
  • Derek Nimmo as Boot Hill Bob
  • John Stocker as Beastly

Additional voices

  • Jack Angel
  • S. Scott Bullock
  • Michael Clark Duncan
  • Lee Bailey
  • Christian Slater
  • Bill Boyett
  • Charles Adler
  • Tom Kane
  • Corey Burton
  • Dee Bradley Baker
  • Ben Stein
  • Wally Burr
  • Phil Clarke
  • Rege Cordic
  • Mel Brooks
  • Henry Corden
  • Dan Castellaneta
  • Ving Rhames
  • Brad Crandall
  • Peter Cullen
  • Brian Cummings
  • Jeff David
  • Joe E. Elwood
  • Jack DeLeon
  • George DiCenzo
  • Walker Edmister
  • Roin Freinberg
  • Brian Fuld
  • Michael Hagiwara
  • James Sie
  • Ralph James
  • Bill Farmer
  • Buster Jones
  • Stanley Jones
  • Les Lampson
  • John Mayer
  • Don Messick
  • Joe Alaskey
  • Arlin Miller
  • Ron Glass
  • Vic Perrin
  • Tony Pope
  • Phil Proctor
  • Joe Ranft
  • Richard Ramos
  • Gene Ross
  • Neil Ross
  • Michael Rye
  • Ted Schwartz
  • Michael Bell
  • John Stephenson
  • Jack Riley
  • Andre Stojka
  • Clancy Brown
  • Paul Winchell
  • Bill Woodson
  • Fred Stoller
  • Bronson Pinchot
  • Jim Meskimen
  • Ed Begley Jr.
  • Barry Stigler
  • Michael Stanton
  • Lex Lang
  • Wally Wingert
  • Quinton Flynn
  • Charles Shaughnessy
  • Orestes Matacena


  • Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star is a song performed by The C.R.S. Players
  • The Owl and the Pussycat is a song performed by The C.R.S. Players
  • There's a Song for All the Children is a sung by Marie
  • Eight Galloping Horses is a sung by Toulouse, Berlioz, Oliver, The Kittens, Leo, Tigger, Colonel Freckles and Eeyore
  • Lazy Days On The Farm is a sung by Oliver
  • Farmyard Cabaret is a sung by Tigger


  • Marie, Toulouse and Berlioz was Romantic.
  • Marie and Oliver was Romantic.


  • Berlioz sounds like Chuckie Finster Because they have the same voice actor.
  • Leo sounds like Lenny the Binoculars and Wheezy the Penguin.
  • Evil Tiger Kitten with Orange and Black Stripes sounds like Elmo St. Peters.
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