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Felines In Fiction
Cats in Entertainment
"For kyleisalive's "Cats! Cats! Cats!" commission, I dedicate this quiz to fictitious felines everywhere - big and small, young and old, popular and little-known - who have graced the world of entertainment with their presence. Enjoy!"
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Whether they're lazy and munching on lasagna, chasing an enemy rodent, or being called a puddy tat by Tweety Bird, cats are a staple in the world of comics and cartoons. What black-and-white cat from the early 20th century was the first cartoon character to earn widespread popularity?
How tragic! It says here that Mrs. Snowball Pat Paw, a much-loved feline, has gone missing. Her companions are mourning her loss, and Augustus Snodgrass even penned a lovely poem in her honor. What fictitious, Dickens-inspired newspaper (published by the March girls of Louisa May Alcott's "Little Women") am I reading?
The Pickwick Portfolio
The Concord Journal
The Best-and-Worst Times
The Boston Globe
Not all members of the feline species are gentle and loving! Some of the big cats "play too rough," as Elvis Presley sang in a 1957 hit song. He didn't want to be a tiger or lion, but asked instead, "Let Me Be Your" what?
When young Walter Coleman (Haley Joel Osment) is all but abandoned by his mother and left with his two eccentric uncles, the last thing he expects is to make friends with a "used" lion, retired from the circus. What 2003 movie with Jasmine the lion does this describe?
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
The Lion King
Blue-skinned, furred, and prone to shedding, Dr. Henry McCoy (a.k.a., Beast) of the Marvel Comics universe is decidedly feline in nature, due to his mutated genetic structure. What comic book and movie series has the mutant called Beast appeared in?
Ever meet a cat that seems to have a split personality? Just such a feline belongs to the household of Dr. Gilbert Blythe and his wife, Anne; they call him Dr. Jekyll-and-Mr. Hyde because of this trait. You can read about him in "Rilla of Ingleside," the eighth and final installment of the series that began with which book?
Emily of New Moon
Anne of Green Gables
Pat of Silver Bush
Little House on the Prairie
On the TV series, "Star Trek: The Next Generation," one of the Enterprise-D's feline residents is named Spot. She (or sometimes he!) sports beautiful orange fur and is doted on by the android Data, her emotionless owner whom she has trained so well. On what sequel film was Data finally able to realize his attachment to Spot, after installing his emotion chip?
Star Trek (2009)
Episode IV: A New Hope
Star Trek: Generations
The Voyage Home
When a couple divorces or separates, the lives of any pets involved (including cats!) are disrupted too and can even become stressed over it. In the pop-country song, "You'll Think Of Me," the singer tells an ex to take her cat and leave his sweater. What Australian singer, who married actress Nicole Kidman in 2006, performed this song?
Some enterprising, entertaining cats have earned much success in the field of advertising. Which of these animal advertising mascots, primarily popular in the U.S., is NOT a member of the Felidae (cat) family and is thus the odd one out?
Meow Mix's Baxter
9 Lives' Morris
Frosted Flakes' Tony
In conclusion, I leave you with a mystery to solve: the Case of the Missing Feline. She was last seen in the company of her lover, a nocturnal avian of the Strigidae family; the two were allegedly carrying some cash and a jar of sticky fluid. It has been reported that they sailed together in a legume-colored watercraft. What literary work are these creatures from?
"The Jungle Book," by Rudyard Kipling
"Puss and Boots," by Charles Perrault
"The Owl and the Pussy-Cat," by Edward Lear
"Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats," by T. S. Eliot
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Compiled May 21 13