“Naked Town”, a TV crime show, will be shooting a warehouse robbery scene in Top Cat’s alley. Officer Dibble offers his cooperation, but is unaware that some crooks will be using the TV filming as a cover for a real robbery.
Benny has had a tonsillectomy, and the gang visits him in the hospital. When Top Cat sees the beautiful cat nurse, Miss Larue, he falls for her. But how can he get her attention? T.C. decides to pretend he has a rare illness, which will need lots of nursing care, of course.
Benny has written to his mother that he is the Mayor of New York. Now Benny’s mother is coming for a visit, and Top Cat and the gang must do everything they can to convince Mrs. Ball that her son really is the Mayor.
After overhearing Officer Dibble suggesting ways to improve conditions for the police force, Top Cat passes off Dibble’s ideas to the Captain as T.C.’s own. This leads to Top Cat’s being made an honorary police sergeant –and Dibble’s boss in the alley.
Benny is a double for the missing heir to a millionaire’s fortune. Top Cat and the gang get Benny to the mansion in time to claim the money. But this is not good news to the scheming butler and dog who hoped to claim the fortune themselves.
Dibble attempts to break the record for being the longest-serving police officer on the beat. If he wins, he goes on holiday… and leaves the gang free from him. With this in mind, Top Cat does everything he can to help Dibble win.
Tony, a friendly hot dog vendor, has been swindled out of $1000 by two con men pretending to have an oil well in Nova Scotia. Top Cat masquerades as a wealthy Texan to get Tony’s money back by pretending to the con men that the oil well is real. […]
Choo-Choo and Brain are performing a trapeze act right in the alley, while the carnival-barking Top Cat charges admission. Soon Officer Dibble has broken up this makeshift circus, but a newspaper article gives the cunning kitty an idea for far greater wealth than some measly circus could bring in. It seems the Maharajah of Pookajee […]
Jazz, the new cat in town , takes over the pool hall, steals Top Cat’s girlfriend, sways the gang, and even cleans up the alley. This sparks an ongoing contest of one-oneupmanship, so when both Jazz and Top Cat are offered a part in a Hollywood film, they naturally assume that it is […]
Mr. Gutenberg, the musical director of Carnegie Hall, mistakes a recording of violin virtuoso Laszlo Laszlo for the playing of Benny the Ball, who has just taken up the instrument. He approaches Benny with an offer to perform and Top Cat negotiates a deal for $50,000 for a Saturday night performance at the Hall-an offer […]
T.C. thinks Benny the Ball is telling a joke when he says he’s going to Hawaii. And it’s no joke when Benny’s showing his boat ticket. The gang wants to join over to this cruise as stowaways. As usual, it’s no problem for T.C. but Officer Dribble is on a lookout for a counterfeiter who […]
After seeing the wonderful prizes awarded to the contestants on the “King for a Day” TV program, Top Cat writes a pathetic letter to the producers so that he and the gang will be invited to appear on the show.
Top Cat’s latest get-rich-quick scheme is offering a fake “historical” tour of New York City. But he and the gang have yet to realize that the “phony” treasure map Choo-Choo is selling will lead him to an actual treasure in a dilapidated house.
Top Cat discovers that the horse Benny bought for a concession stand to photograph children on a pony runs wild when it hears a whistle . Attempting to capitalize on the horse’s talents, Top Cat poses as Arabian oil king Aly Khat and […]