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Meowrice
Background information
Feature films Gay Purr-ee
Short films
Television programs
Video games
Park attractions
Portrayed by
Portrayed by
Animators
Voice Paul Frees
Performance model
Designer
Inspiration
Honors and awards
Character information
Full name
Other names
Personality
Appearance
Occupation
Alignment Bad
Affiliations
Nationality French
Birthday
Goal To send Mewsette to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to marry Mr. Henry Phht (failed)
Home France
Relatives
Pets
Allies Mme. Rubens-Chatte, Mewsette (formerly)
Minions His minions
Enemies Mewsette, Jaune Tom, Robespierre
Likes
Dislikes
Powers and abilities
Possessions
Weapons
Fate
Quote "Boys, if you ever marry, marry for love... of money.”

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.

He was voiced by the late Paul Frees.

Background

Official Description

Development

Voice

Characterization

Personality

Meowrice is devious, shrewd, sly and willing to hurt others for his own personal gain.

Physical appearance

Meowrice is a slim Tuxedo cat with yellow eyes and has a bow tie on his neck.

Powers and abilities

Role in the film

When the young country cat, Mewsette, arrives in Paris hoping to make her fortune, she is instantly spotted by Meowrice. He takes advantage of the young cat's naivety and brings her to his "sister" Madame Rubens-Chatte, promising to train her to high society. In reality, however, he schemes to have Mewsette shipped to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania as a mail-order bride for a wealthy American cat. When Mewsette's boyfriend Jaune Tom arrives in Paris looking for her, Meowrice watches him capture a mouse. Impressed by his mousing ability, Meowrice invites Jaune-Tom and his friend Robespierre to a nightclub. After getting them drunk, he sells them as mousers to a ship going to Alaska. Unexpectedly, the two strike gold there and return to Paris.

Eventually, when Mewsette learns of Meowrice's true intention, she tries to escape. Jaune Tom almost misses him as he escapes by train with Mewsette captured. However, by picturing Meowrice as a mouse, Jaune Tom is able to summon enough strength to catch up and defeat him. As a final humiliation, Juane Tom packs him into the crate being sent to America.

Printed media

Miscellaneous books

Relationships

Quotes

Gallery

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v - e - d
Gay Purr-ee logo
Media
Films: Gay Purr-eeVideo

Books: Little Golden BookBig Golden Book
Music: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Characters
MewsetteJaune TomRobespierreMeowriceMme. Rubens-ChatteMeowrice's minionsLadies from ProvenceMan on Ship
Locations
FranceParis, FranceAlaskaLadies from Provence's house
Objects
Songs
Gay Purr-eeMewsetteLittle Drops of RainThe Money CatTake My Hand PareeParis is a Lonely TownBubblesRoses Red, Violets BlueThe Horse Won't Talk
See also
Warner Bros. CartoonsWarner Bros. AnimationChuck Jones