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  • Heathcliff
  • Heathcliff
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  • TBA
  • Heathcliff is bad news.
  • Heathcliff was Graham Clark's pet Alsatian.
  • When Red and Peter go searching for Knubbin, they come across Heathcliff the crow, who Red swears is talking to her. Peter can't hear it, but that's because Knubbin wants this to be so, and Heathcliff asks for one of Red's crumpets. Red gives it to him in exchange for him leading her to the wizard's cottage, where he lives as Knubbin's pet. He obliges, and the next day the same thing happens. However, Knubbin abandons the cottage and presumably takes his pet crow with him. ("Red's Untold Tale")
  • Heathcliff was a wild cat who ran away from his owner, Iggy. When Jon and his deck saved him, Iggy gave them a capture card to keep Heathcliff in the deck
  • Heathcliff es el mayordomo personal de Fred y su padre, y un personaje menor del clásico animado de 2014, Big Hero 6.
  • Heathcliff is a comic strip created by George Gately in 1973 featuring Heathcliff, an orange tabby cat. The comic strip was spun off into two television series, an animated film, and multiple series of comic books.
  • Heathcliff is a comic strip created by George Gately in 1973 featuring the title character, a wisecracking cat. Now written and drawn by Gately's nephew, Peter Gallagher, it is distributed to over 1000 newspapers by Creators Syndicate, who took over the comic from McNaught Syndicate in 1988. Heathcliff as seen in the strip is predisposed to annoying the manager of the fish store, tipping over garbage cans, annoying the milkman, and pursuing female cats. Heathcliff is also involved in a difficult relationship with Mr. Nutmeg, the moustached owner of the house he lives in. He is, overall, an adventurous and fun-loving cartoon character. He is not predisposed towards apologizing for the endless situations he finds himself in the cartoon. The strip is usually presented in single-panel gag fram
  • The strip takes place in a port town called Westfinster. Heathcliff as seen in the strip is predisposed to annoying Mr. Schultz, the manager of the local fish store, called the Elite Fish Market; tipping over, and much more often somersaulting garbage cans into the air, to the annoyance of the local sanitation workers; annoying the milkman to get milk (usually by tricking them into dropping a milk bottle or two); bothering the hard-working sailors who work on the Tuna Fleet; harassing and abusing the dog population; being an informant to the local Dog Catchers; and pursuing female cats. His girlfriend is a girl cat named Sonja; but he has been the target of unrequited affection by another female cat named Crazy Shirley.
  • A long-running Newspaper Comic begun in 1973 by George Gately. He helmed it until his 2001 death, when his nephew, Peter took over. The strip's title character is a fat orange cat owned by the Nutmeg family — an elderly woman, her husband, and their grandson Iggy. Not unlike Garfield, Heathcliff is a wisecracking, fat, orange cat who gets into all sorts of mischief. For more information on the second cartoon, see Heathcliff and The Catillac Cats.
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  • La mansión de Fred
Frase
  • "Bienvenido a casa, maestro Frederick."
Alianza
  • Bien
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  • Big Hero
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Voice
  • Solo probably
Appearances
  • "Red's Untold Tale"
Series
  • Big Hero 6: The Series
Status
  • ?
  • Running/Daily
First Appearance
  • ?? ???? 1987
Actor
  • Unknown
  • N/A
Name
  • Heathcliff
First
  • 1973-09-03
Author
Address
  • ?
Ocupación
  • Mayordomo
Planet
  • Earth
Species
  • Cat
Title
  • Heathcliff
Duration
  • 1987
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Last Appearance
  • ?? ???? 1988
Owners
Imagen
  • Heathcliff.jpg
Breed
  • Alsatian
Debut
Family
Website
Place
Gender
  • ?
syndicate
  • Creators Syndicate McNaught Syndicate
doblaje en inglés
inspiración
  • Alfred Pennyworth
  • Edwin Jarvis
doblaje en méxico
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  • TBA
  • Heathcliff is bad news.
  • Heathcliff was Graham Clark's pet Alsatian.
  • The strip takes place in a port town called Westfinster. Heathcliff as seen in the strip is predisposed to annoying Mr. Schultz, the manager of the local fish store, called the Elite Fish Market; tipping over, and much more often somersaulting garbage cans into the air, to the annoyance of the local sanitation workers; annoying the milkman to get milk (usually by tricking them into dropping a milk bottle or two); bothering the hard-working sailors who work on the Tuna Fleet; harassing and abusing the dog population; being an informant to the local Dog Catchers; and pursuing female cats. His girlfriend is a girl cat named Sonja; but he has been the target of unrequited affection by another female cat named Crazy Shirley. Sonja's owner, Herb Jablonski, sees Heathcliff as a nuisance, especially when he brings Sonja home late; but his wife sees Heathcliff as a cat who truly loves Sonja and treats her like a queen, and is often pointing out Heathcliff's gallantry to her oblivious husband. While Sonja is showered with gifts and adoration by Heathcliff, Mrs. Jablonski drops not so subtle hints to Herb, who doesn't take them seriously. Heathcliff is also involved in an occasionally difficult relationship with Mr. Nutmeg, the moustached owner of the house he lives in. He is, however, loved by the young grandson, Iggy, whom he sees as his friend and owner (although he too can be annoyed with him, especially when Heathcliff hides his trombone); and Mrs. Nutmeg, Iggy's grandmother, overindulges him. He is also a friend of Iggy's playmates Willy, Iggy's brainy best friend; and Marcy, a neighborhood girl whom Heathcliff (dressed in baby clothes) has played play doll carriage with. Another character is Muggsy Faber, Westfinster's local bully and his bulldog, Spike, whom Heathcliff usually (and very easily) outwits. Another dog named Chauncey, unlike Spike, is friendly and lovable, and constantly licks Heathcliff's face. He is, overall, an adventurous and fun-loving cartoon character. He is not predisposed towards apologizing for the endless situations he finds himself in the cartoon. The strip is usually presented in single-panel gag frames on weekdays. On Sundays, though, the strip is expanded to multiple panels and titled Sunday with Heathcliff. A regular feature in the Sunday strips is Kitty Korner, where unusual cats in the real world are described.
  • When Red and Peter go searching for Knubbin, they come across Heathcliff the crow, who Red swears is talking to her. Peter can't hear it, but that's because Knubbin wants this to be so, and Heathcliff asks for one of Red's crumpets. Red gives it to him in exchange for him leading her to the wizard's cottage, where he lives as Knubbin's pet. He obliges, and the next day the same thing happens. However, Knubbin abandons the cottage and presumably takes his pet crow with him. ("Red's Untold Tale")
  • Heathcliff was a wild cat who ran away from his owner, Iggy. When Jon and his deck saved him, Iggy gave them a capture card to keep Heathcliff in the deck
  • Heathcliff is a comic strip created by George Gately in 1973 featuring the title character, a wisecracking cat. Now written and drawn by Gately's nephew, Peter Gallagher, it is distributed to over 1000 newspapers by Creators Syndicate, who took over the comic from McNaught Syndicate in 1988. Heathcliff as seen in the strip is predisposed to annoying the manager of the fish store, tipping over garbage cans, annoying the milkman, and pursuing female cats. Heathcliff is also involved in a difficult relationship with Mr. Nutmeg, the moustached owner of the house he lives in. He is, overall, an adventurous and fun-loving cartoon character. He is not predisposed towards apologizing for the endless situations he finds himself in the cartoon. The strip is usually presented in single-panel gag frames on weekdays. On Sundays, though, the strip is expanded to multiple panels and titled Sunday with Heathcliff. A regular feature in the Sunday strips is Kitty Korner, where unusual cats in the real world are described.
  • Heathcliff es el mayordomo personal de Fred y su padre, y un personaje menor del clásico animado de 2014, Big Hero 6.
  • Heathcliff is a comic strip created by George Gately in 1973 featuring Heathcliff, an orange tabby cat. The comic strip was spun off into two television series, an animated film, and multiple series of comic books.
  • A long-running Newspaper Comic begun in 1973 by George Gately. He helmed it until his 2001 death, when his nephew, Peter took over. The strip's title character is a fat orange cat owned by the Nutmeg family — an elderly woman, her husband, and their grandson Iggy. Not unlike Garfield, Heathcliff is a wisecracking, fat, orange cat who gets into all sorts of mischief. The strip is also notable in that it had two cartoons based on it. The first, in 1980, was produced by Ruby-Spears and (in the second season) was paired up with an animated adaptation of Marmaduke. The second and more familiar one, produced by DiC Entertainment, came in 1984, paired with the Catillac Cats. A film adaptation was planned for 2011 but never got off the ground. For more information on the second cartoon, see Heathcliff and The Catillac Cats.
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