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[] Pahrump Valley Gazette, Thursdayl August 28,' 1997 AA1 [] c I "Cal; Don't Dance," cartoon distant Disney by Barney Basin Gazette Reporter Ever since Disney unveiled feature length ani- mated films, they have been the standard of excellence by which all others are judged. So it is with "Cats Don't Dance." Compared to Buena Vista classic, it pales in both story and color. It tries to reach all ages by cameoing celerity caricatures of bygone days in a story that is told for youngsters. To say that John Grisham doesn't compare to Wil- liam Shakespeare, may be true but it doesn't mean that in his own right Grisham is no less entertaining. That is also true of this cartoon. Both of my granddaughters sat through this video and appeared to be enjoying the show. That is except the three year old, who won't even sit still long enough to go to the bathroom. There were some bits of humor that brought a chuckle from my adult mind. Colleagues of mine might seriously question whether I have an adult mind or not. The story is about Danny, a cat who sings and dances like Gene Kelly. The film is dedicated to Mr. Kelly who died while collaborating on this project. Danny leaves Kokomo to go and be discovered in the golden Hollywood of the forties only to discover that as a cat he is limited by a "species-barrier." r f %:,- Humans get the good parts, animals are allowed only to make their appropriate noises. It's up to Danny, with the aid of a flouting feminine feline, and other animal friends to break the barrier and prove to the world that cats do dance. Character voices are Scott Bakula as Danny, Jas- mine Guy as a leading lady cat and Kathy Najimy as a hilarious hippo. 2. lhm' P 4. hr at I600 g. Ev (. I'lownrd tom Prtr' hrs. 7. gij BI .I I. Va Vacation iO. &bohto Por I 9.umla - 1500 F. Hwy. 372 Pahlmlm, NV 727-5010 MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL IS BACK KICK OFF AT 6 P.M. HALF-TIME SPECIALS HOT DOG WESTERN BEANS & DRA.FT BEER/SOFT DRINK MENU SUBJECT TO CHANGE EVERY MONDAY NIGHT I thl e-A Live enterta inment bo, Day 5pete Mon Sept 1 d ,ugust 29 - 30 11a.m.-Sp.m. Homestyle Swiss Steak Mashed potatoes W/Gravy Veggies - Beverage - Carrot Cake in the Coffee 5hop $5.95 Bovine Line 8 p.m. to midnight Starting Sept. 1, 1997 price will be $7.95 I Fine Dining with a View Nebraska Steak House Open Fri.. Sat. Sunday Brunch Amargosa Valley, Nevada 89020 702-372-1777 Fax 702-372-1280