The Richest Cat in the World
|The Richest Cat in the World|
|Directed by||Greg Beeman|
|Music by||Peter Bernstein|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Editor(s)||Stanford C. Allen|
|Running time||120 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Walt Disney Television|
|Original release||March 9, 1986|
The death of millionaire Oscar Kohlmeyer leaves an inheritance to a talking cat called Leo Kohlmeyer. Leo's inheritance is worth five million dollars while Oscar's nephew (Mr. Rigsby) gets twenty-five thousand dollars on the condition he doesn't contest the will. Being greedy and bossy, Mrs. Rigsby forces her husband to contest. The Rigsbys try to kidnap the cat.
- The Aristocats - Another Disney film with a similar plot.