Josie and the Pussycats

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Josie and the Pussycats is a Saturday morning cartoon created by William Hanna & Joseph Barbera, and aired on the Columbia Broadcasting System in 1970. It is based upon the Archie Comic of the same name, which had been adapted into a comedy film .

Josie James[edit]

  • That's a gas filling station, not a feeling filling station.
  • There they are, going through that sliding door.
  • (reading) 'Golden Mist Cologne'. Mmm, my favorite.
  • We'll be gold-plated Pussycats, unless someone thinks of something fast.

Valerie Brown[edit]

  • Look out for those rocks!
  • Welcome aboard, Alexandra.
  • Wow! We're landing in the Grand Canyon.
  • That's not my favorite program, either.
  • Wow! So that's what it does.

Melody Valentine[edit]

  • Hey. May I borrow that sleep gun when it's time for my afternoon nap?
  • Oh, goody!
  • Groovy...I think.
  • I know! Let's hide in the shower.
  • Gee, there sure are a lot of tumbleweeds down here in New York.

Alexander Cabot III[edit]

  • That's no way to treat like guests.
  • (repeated line) Help!
  • Be careful with that sleep gun.
  • Yikes! The floor's moving.
  • (whispering) Psst. Gang, I found the conveyor belt to the storeroom.
  • It looks like our plan wasn't at all that it was "quacked" up to be.
  • Val, for a girl you're a mechanical wizard.
  • I protest, this is Be Kind to Your Feathered Friends Week.
  • I'm chicken.

Alexandra Cabot[edit]

  • How would you like a suitase sombrero, you good-for-nothing feline?
  • One of these days, I'm gonna put a zipper on your lip.
  • What's this all about? I demand an explanation!
  • I did it so I could bounce Josie away from Alan.
  • Almost is not good enough!
  • Are you beanbags trying to escape, or take inventory?
  • This will make me even more alluring to Alan.

Alan M. Mayberry[edit]

  • You mean, the real one?
  • (repeated line) Let's split.
  • We gotta find a way out of this hilltop hacienda.
  • We're lucky there are no guards around.
  • Whew! We got away from those slumber-happy guards.