DVD Review – The True Story of Puss ‘N Boots
Lest I confuse my readers, The True Story of Puss ‘N Boots is not the 2011 Chris Miller release starring Antonio Banderas as Puss in Boots. This is Jerome Deschamps’s animation work starring William Shatner. ?I enjoyed its music thoroughly; its feel is modern, today. ? Too bad that over all voice quality is uneven, faintly not in sync. Star William Shatner (Puss)’s beautiful voice sounds distorted.
This is a tale of a miller’s son instructed by his father on his deathbed to make boots for the cat. ?The cat that the young man inherits can talk. ?The son dreams of a princess. The cat ?vanquishes evil suitors and helps him find his way to true love.
I appreciate the richness and color of Linot’s backgrounds; however, what I do not appreciate is his more worldly drawn characters words and deeds–poor role models at best and far to too suggestive for a young audience with impressionable minds.
Released to DVD October 4, 2011, The True Story of Puss ‘N Boots is rated G with a running time of 79 minutes. ?Its SMRP is $19.99.
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