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The Adventures of Milo and Otis

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Koneko monogatari
The Adventures of Milo and Otis

North American theatrical poster
Directed by Masanori Hata
Produced by Masuru Kakutani
Satoru Ogata
Written by Masanori Hata
Narrated by Shigeru Tsuyuki
Dudley Moore (English version)
Music by Ryuichi Sakamoto
Cinematography Hideo Fujii
Shinji Tomita
Editing by Chizuko Osada
Distributed by Toho
Columbia Pictures
Release date(s) June 27, 1986
Running time 90 minutes (original version)
76 minutes (English edit)
Country Japan
Language Japanese
Box office $13,299,749 (USA)
The Adventures of Milo and Otis is a Japanese live action film about two animals, the titular characters, Milo (an orange tabby cat) and Otis (a fawn pug). The original Japanese version was released on June 27, 1986, and the reworked English language version was released on August 25, 1989.
Initially filmed as Koneko Monogatari (子猫物語 A Kitten's Story; alternate English title: The Adventures of Chatran) in Kitakyushu, Japan, the film was completely revamped, trimmed and westernized with added narration by Dudley Moore (Shigeru Tsuyuki narrated the Japanese version). Director Masanori Hata and associate director Kon Ichikawa edited the film together from 400,000 feet of footage (which is roughly 40.3 hours), shot over a period of four years.

Movie Info

Milo is a kitten, Otis is a dog. When Milo gets into a small box with the intention of taking a trip down a river, Otis follows. En route, the stars encounter bad weather, life-threatening situations, and even potential mates. Original made for Japanese TV under the title Koneko Monogatari, The Adventures of Milo and Otis contained some intense scenes that were edited out for Western audiences. For American consumption, the film was pared down to a G-rated 75 minutes, with a new comic narration ... More

Dec 11, 2001
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

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