Very Cute Disney movies, Toddler Friendly. The original was released in 1965, the remake in 1997. It is about a cat that helps the FBI solve a kidnapping.
The original starred Hayley Mills, Dean Jones, Dorothy Provine, Roddy McDowall, Neville Brand, Frank Gorshin, Elsa Lanchester, William Demarest, Ed Wynn and Richard Deacon, an All Star cast!
For some reason the remake in 1997 was not as well received, but in my opinion, much funnier. It starred Christine Ricci, Doug E Doug, Dean Jones, but had an anti-emo, pro-popularity message that is unfortunate.
Cat lovers should check out the movies "That Darn Cat", "That Darn Cat", and "The Cat From Outer Space", but enjoyment of the last two may mostly derive from the cuteness of the cats.
A poor bastard that works for Xerox, to distinguish them from Contractors and Consultants, which are both called Contracts.
Xerox has a fun tendency to replace their own employees with Contracts, so that all the amazing inventions and technologies in Printing, Digital Processing and Computing they develop never make any money, because the guy who invented them was tapped, i.e., laid off.
This of course removed the gonads of a formerly great company, and forces Xerox to limit their money-making activities to fixing their old leased machines when they break, or when the service rep needs to add a line or two to his status report.
Otherwise, no one has any ownership or investment in new and competitive products @ Xerox. The 'X' logo, though, has renewed ownership whenever a new CEO or president is hired to "make positive changes". This is code for "Spend Millions On Changing What The "X" Xerox Logo Looks Like.
BTW, The Xerox Building in Rochester NY sports the "eroding 'X'" logo, one of their most relevant 'X's.
I have many friends at Xerox, but only one is still a Xeroid. The rest have been laid off or retired, then came back as Contracts.