Felix the Cat
Felix the Cat is a cartoon character from the silent-film era. His black body, white eyes, and giant grin, coupled with the surrealism of the situations in which his cartoons place him, combined to make Felix one of the most recognizable cartoon characters in the world
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- Ha! Ha!
- Typical response to many situations in the film shorts.
- I'll buzz this guy for a job catching mice for him.
- First lines of the second comic-strip appearance of Felix (1923).
- "Alrightio!" or some variation of this spelling was uttered by Felix whenever he was in violent agreement with someone.
- Throughout the television version of Felix' cartoons.
- Felix the Cat,
The wonderful, wonderful cat!
Whenever he gets in a fix
He reaches into his bag of tricks!
- Theme song (1958) by Winston Sharples
- I mean who is this duke of zill anyway? He's the one that's gotten me into this pickle. "ZILL PICKLE!" Get it?
- Felix the Cat: The Movie (1988/1991)
- The Official Felix the Cat Website
- Research on the origins of Felix
- David Gerstein's Classic Felix the Cat Page
- Toon Tracker's Felix the Cat Page
- Don Markstein's Toonopedia: Felix the Cat
- Felix: The Black and White Catalogue
- Review of Bosko Video's "Presenting Felix the Cat" DVD by Brian Cruz
- Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 2004, "Rewind: Felix the Cat" Concerns the dispute over who created the character.
- Felix the Cat: The Movie