The Grinch Grinches the Cat in the Hat
This television special was made in 1982 featuring The Grinch and The Cat in the Hat, two of Dr. Seuss' most popular characters.
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It is a strange morning when the Grinch wakes up feeling good. Really good. While looking at himself in the mirror he reminds himself that he is the Grinch
and needs to be in a foul mood and not happy, so he heads out looking to cause trouble.
The Grinch then gets in a car wreck with the Cat in the Hat and then chases him.
When the Cat in the Hat gets home the Grinch first starts changing all the sounds in his house by using a special Vacusound Sweeper he created.
Then, the Grinch builds a darkhouse, which is like a lighthouse except is spreads darkness, and proceeds to darken the Cat in the Hat.
The Cat in the Hat then tries to hide in a restaurant, but the Grinch is able make items come to life and attack the Cat in the Hat.
The Cat in the Hat then leads the town folk to the Grinch's house to confront the Grinch. They sing a tender song the Grinch's mom once sung to him, and the touched Grinch agrees to disassemble his terrible machines.
"A Beelzeberry Day" - The Cat in the Hat
"Relax-ification" - The Cat in the Hat
"Master of Everyone's Ears" - The Grinch
"Most Horrible Things" - The Grinch
"Psychiatry Song" - The Cat in the Hat
"The Mother Song" - The Cat in the Hat, Waiters, Musicians and Chef
Halloween is Grinch Night Animated Show
The narrator and voice for The Cat in the Hat was Mason Adams. Mason was probably best known for playing Charlie Hume on the Lou Grant TV show.
The Grinch was voiced by Bob Holt. Bob was also the voice for the Lorax in another Dr. Seuss animated show.
Additional voices, including Max and the waiter were done by Frank Welker. For over a decade Frank has provided numerous voices in the Futurama television show.