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re: Gus... it's also the writing
Posted by: showtunetrivia 10:17 pm EST 01/26/22
In reply to: Gus... it's also the writing - Chazwaza 03:59 pm EST 01/26/22

There was more acting in the glance between Old Deuteronomy and Gus—you had to wonder what history has passed between these elderly cats, and how many generations of kittens were sired in the alley behind Gus’ theatre—than in 90% of the rest of the film. And that’s not related to Gus’ story or how it indeed packs a more emotional punch than Bustopher Jones (who is merely a parody Edwardian gentleman, and is literally on stage solely for his number). It’s all Dame Judi and Sir Ian.

Laura, who notes the in Broadway CATS, the same actor plays Bustopher and Gus and Gus’ stage role of Growltiger (in London, Brian Blessed was Old Deut and Bustopher)
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