Whenever I'm at an ASDA store, I tend to see DVDs of old-school cartoons such as this one on the shelves. Plus, I just happened to watch Top Cat: The Movie today at the Trafford Centre with my mum, ~Mario123Kirby456 and my other friend.
After I get my upcoming songfic out of the way, I can get started on writing my review about the movie.
Did you trace this, because it has that Hanna Barbera design: unfinished lines, etc. Anyways, captures all the characters and their personalities on the show perfectly: Dibble looking out for law-breakers, Fancy daydreaming about the next lady he happens to run into, Benny beside his leader, T.C. himself inviting the audience to experience his latest money-making scam, Choo Choo standing dilligently, Spook going with the rest of the crowd, and Brain acting out his ironic name.
When this show first aired in primetime on the ABC network in September 1961, I was seven years old and in elementary school. I wasn't allowed to watch it because it was on too late for me, which is what I now think helped kill it off because it was on during a week night and many little kids like me couldn't stay up to see it. Years later I could watch it because it aired on a local channel during the weekend.