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HOW CAN ANYONE SAY THAT NO ANIMALS WERE'R HARMED IN THIS FILM ! MILO ~ WHAT THAT CAT WAS MADE TO DO N WHAT POSITIONS YOU HAD THIS CAT PUT IN WAS BLOODY DISGUSTING ..... THROWING HIM OFF A CLIFF TO LAND IN THE OCEAN THEN TO SWIM ASHORE ON HIS OWN ... BEING FACE TO FACE WITH THE BLACK BEAR IN THE TREE , POOR CAT WAS TERRIFIED !!! MULTIPUL TIMES THIS POOR ANIMAL WAS SO SCARED JUST SO THE CAMERA MAN COULD GET HIS SHOT ... I WATCHED IT HOPING FOR A NICE RELAXED FAMILY FILM, INSTEAD I FORCED MYSELF TO WATCH IT JUST TO SEE WHAT ELSE THAT POOR ANIMAL WAS MADE TO SUFFER JUST FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT OF HUMANS !! IM DISGUSTED N SADDENED ....
The Adventures of Milo and Otis
- Ray Marlitz
Dudley Moore is the best announcer around whose not around. A Cat and Dog like each other but are separated by beastly love for others. Much Brooding. Better than any Disney Knockoff
The Adventures of Milo and Otis (1989)
- Jay Higgins
Cleverly filmed family movie, enjoyable, certainly cute. Dudley Moore's narration can is very enthusiastic but also can sometimes be a bit irritating. It's hard not to like a film with adorable puppies and kittens.