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The Richest Cat in the World

The Richest Cat in the World

Theatrical Release Date:
DVD Release Date:
January 31, 2012
Number of Discs:
1
Running Time:
minutes
Languages:
English
Ratings:
USA:Not Rated
Canada:Not Rated



When multi-millionaire Oscar Khomeyer (Ramon Bieri) dies, he names Leo the Cat (Palmer) as his sole beneficiary. Leo and Oscar were best friends - Oscar was the only person that Leo ever felt was worth talking to. In addition to bequeathing Leo $5 million and his mansion, Oscar also arranged for his caretaker, Gus Barrett (Steve Vinovich), and Gus's family, Louise (Jesse Welles), Bart (Brandon Call), and Veronica (Kellie Martin), to stay on to look after Leo and the mansion. While the Barretts and Leo become better acquainted, Oscar's greedy relatives, Victor (George Wyner) and Paula (Caroline McWilliams) plot to strip Leo of his rightful inheritance and throw the Barretts out in the cold. The close relationship that develops between Leo, Veronica and Bart, initiated primarily in order to improve Leo's lifestyle (after all, why eat cat food when a few well placed words will result in dover sole), becomes critical when one of Victor and Paula's many catnapping schemes finally succeeds.



  • Color
  • Manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media



Oscar Kohlmeyer
Ramon Bieri

Howard Piggans
Steven Kampmann

Paula Rigsby
Caroline McWilliams

Gus Barrett
Steve Vinovich

Louise
Jesse Wells

Victor Rigsby
George Wyner


Veronica
Kellie Martin

Trooper
Joel Bennett

Jailer
Richard Blum

Mrs. Simms
Bonnie Hellman

Nurse
Linda Hoy

Woman with Cat
Deirdre Kelly

Man with skunk
Frank Miller

Newscaster
Fred Morsell

Cabbie
Jordan Myers

Security Guard
John Otrin

The Bailiff
Roger Rook

Delivery Boy
Kevin Sifuentes

Minister's Wife
Kitty Swink

Minister
William Utay

Policeman
Dan Woren


Leo Kohlmeyer
Larry Hagman