The Cat Came Back

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The Cat Came Back is a 1988 Canadian comic animated short film directed by Cordell Barker.


Based on the novelty song The Cat Came Back, written by Harry S. Miller in Christmas 1893, it was released in theaters with the animated feature film Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

The cartoon made Cartoon Network's list of the 100 Greatest Cartoons of All Time. A high-quality version was finally uploaded to YouTube in 2015 by the National Film Board of Canada (NFB).


The Cat Came Back portrays the story of a cat who shows up at the door of one Mr. Johnson, who makes increasingly desperate and comical attempts to rid himself of the feline.

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