The script for Gay Purr-ee was written by Dorothy Webster Jones and her husband, Warner Bros. Cartoons veteran director Chuck Jones. The latter Jones also ultimately produced the project, moonlighting for UPA in violation of his exclusive contract with Warner bottomxxx.xyz by: Score: Harold Arlen, Songs: Harold . Gay Purree may not be Chuck Jones' greatest effort (the idea of French farm cats in pre-war Paris strikes me as a bit odd) but I found it as amusing and well paced at age 56 as I did as a tweenager! Likable characters, clever bits of business, a voice cast of All Stars, I recommend it for fans of classic animation, and elementary school kids /5().
The script for Gay Purr-ee was written by Dorothy Webster Jones and her husband, Warner Bros. Cartoons veteran director Chuck Jones. The latter Jones also ultimately produced the project, moonlighting for UPA in violation of his exclusive contract with Warner Bros. Audience Reviews for Gay Purr-ee. Nov 24, The backgrounds are very Chuck Jones-esque, & are colorful with some very beautiful watercolor-like 80%(5).
Written by Dorothy and Chuck Jones, Gay Purr-ee boasts eight original tunes by The Wizard of Oz Oscar winners Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg. "Take my hand,Paree," Mewsette sings in one of the film's happiest moments. Take Gay Pur-ee and savor a delectable French bonbon of fabulous family fun. From the folks that brought us Mr. Magoo comes "Gay Purr-ee," a stylish and sophisticated animated musical about a group of cats in Paris, France. "The Wizard of Oz" meets "Camelot" in the classic voices of Judy Garland and Robert Goulet, who add another dimension to the clever script by animation master Chuck Jones ("Looney Tunes") and his wife. The terrific score is .
We mourn the passing of animator, production designer, and art instructor, Cornelius 'Corny' Cole. Seen below with Linda Jones Clough (Chuck Jones's daughter) at Blink Digital's Bob Kurtz exhibition reception in September of , Corny had worked with the Chuck Jones unit at Warner Bros. in the early s and was production designer on the Jones written and produced "Gay . Meowrice is the main antagonist of the animated Chuck Jones film, Gay Purr-ee. He is a French Tuxedo cat who lives in Paris, and makes a living in shady dealings, many of which involve selling his unwitting victims into some form of slavery. He is assisted by four black alley-cats who act as his spies and muscle.