That Darn Cat! (1965) was a Family - Comedy Film directed by Robert Stevenson and produced by Walt Disney, Bill Walsh and Ron Miller.
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The Funny Papers: Disney+ Retro Style: That Darn Cat! (1965) “While the city sleeps, ev’ry night he creeps Just surveyin’ his domain He roams around like he owns the town He’s the King, he makes that plainHe knows ev’ry trick, doesn’t miss a lick When it comes ... Read full article
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Ingrid Randall: Of course we do but the FBI has gotten along all these years without using my room as a base of operation. Right? Now, I want Mr. Whoever-He-Is, and his ham radio or whatever-that-is, out of my room by the time I get home, or I'm going to become very difficult.
[upon seeing DC again]
Iggy: [happily] Hey, fella, where did you come from, huh? I got a little business to do, then I'll give you some milk.
Dan: [by DC's collar, after DC went in the apartment building, Zeke Kelso located Margaret Miller's kidnappers, hearing Dan's remark] Get rid of that cat, go in and finish her off.
Iggy: Think it's better to do the job here, or in the truck?
Dan: Here. So we don't have to fight her down the stairs.
Zeke Kelso: This is it Control, 1-3-2 Eighth Street.
Supervisor, Mr. Newton: Kelso, you hold off 'til we get there.
Zeke Kelso: [upon hearing Margaret Miller's voice] I can't wait sir. I've got a situation, that's breaking wide open.
Patti Randall: [Patti scared jeweler, Mister Hofstedder, with imaginary newspaper headline, so she could call FBI and re-contact FBI agent, Zeke Kelso & speak with an accent] "Mr. Hofstedder. He Could Have Saved Her".
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At the drive-in theatre, ticket-taker, Burton was ordered to chase DC, away by the drive-in manager. Burton's chase of DC ended when he fell in a Volkswagen, that had the top roof open with two dummies, one dressed as a male and the other one was dressed as a female.
The FBI's number, to Supervisor Newton's office, was 626-0025.
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