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TITLE : Garfield
DIRECTOR : Peter Hewitt

: Breckin Meyer, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Stephen Tobolowsky

VOICES: Bill Murray, Debra Messing, Alan Cumming, Brad Garrett

* It's All About Me-ow!
* Get Ready For Frisky Business!
The lazy, lasagne-loving cat with a sardonic attitude that has won him 260 million worldwide comic strip readers has been given the CGI treatment and his own movie. Garfield: The Movie also features a cast of real people and animals who play second fiddle to the supercilious star, voiced with suitably world-weary ennui by Bill Murray.

Breckin Meyer is Jon Arbuckle, Garfield’s owner and chief provider who lately has been taking him for numerous visits to see local vet, Liz Wilson (Jennifer Love Hewitt). Jon is trying to pluck up the courage to ask her for a date, but what he gets instead is a dog called Odie. Suddenly, Garfield’s cushy world in a one-pet household is invaded and his exclusivity for Jon’s attention is challenged. This can’t go on.

True to form, Garfield manages to lock the friendly and faithful Odie out of the house, unaware that dogs have a habit of running away. Odie finds himself dog-napped by a television personality called Happy Chapman (Stephen Tobolowsky) who is neither personable nor happy and who wants a dog like Odie to replace his cat, Persnikitty (voiced by Alan Cumming) on his show.

Guilt-ridden Garfield manages to drag himself more than a few paw-steps away from his haven and go in search of Odie, revealing a side of himself that’s rarely seen in a three-panel comic strip! It seems that this fat cat is a pussy at heart.

Behind some of the other voices for the animals who are part of Garfield’s neighbourhood are Debra Messing as Arlene, a cat who is appalled by his treatment of the lovable Odie, Brad Garrett as Luca, a Doberman who is given a daily run around by the chubby orange tabby, and Nick Cannon as Louis, a rodent whose relationship with the feline superstar is a world away from Tom and Jerry’s energetic cat-and-mouse games.
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Garfield And Friends VHS
Airing on CBS from 1988 to 1994, this hilarious Saturday morning cartoon chronicled the corpulent cat's lasagna-fueled adventures with dim bulb dog Odie and gullible owner Jon. Each episode featured two Garfield shorts and one "U.S. Acres" story starring Jim Davis' cast of barnyard characters, including Orson Pig, Wade Duck, Booker the chick, and the unhatched-yet-talkative egg, Sheldon.

Garfield And Friends, Vol. 1 [DVD] DVD
Twenty-four episodes--including "Garfield's Moving Experience/Wade, You're Afraid/Good Mousekeeping," "Identity Crisis/The Bad Sport/Up a Tree," "The Binky Show/Keeping Cool/Don't Move," and "Maine Course/No Laughing Matter/Attack of the Mutant"--are collected in a three-disc set. 9 1/2 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtracks: English mono, Spanish mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish.

Garfield As Himself [DVD] DVD
The lasagna-loving comic strip feline takes center stage in a trio of animated made-for-TV cat tales. First, Garfield and canine comrade Odie run afoul of a neighbor who'd like to see them both behind bars at the city pound in "Here Comes Garfield" (1982). Next, the Emmy-winning "Garfield on the Town" (1983) has the cartoon cat scrounging for food in a restaurant and coming across his real family. And Garfield's geeky "owner," Jon, studies the fine art of being cool at the School for the Personality Impaired, but receives the best lessons from his feline friend, in "Garfield Gets a Life" (1991). 73 min. total. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono, Spanish Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish.

Garfield Gets A Life [DVD](1991) DVD

Garfield On The Town [DVD](1983) DVD

Here Comes Garfield [DVD](1982) DVD

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