Rinema is the best way to share movies you love.

The Richest Cat in the World (1986)

aka The Richest Cat in the World

Details: 120 mins · English


From your network:

Signin to view reviews from people you are following.

From Everybody:

Be the first to review this film!


No_movie_poster Oscar Kohlmeyer
No_movie_poster Howard Piggans
No_movie_poster Paula Rigsby
No_movie_poster Gus Barrett
No_movie_poster Louise
Small Victor Rigsby
Small Bart
Small Veronica
No_movie_poster Tom Oglesby
No_movie_poster Trooper
No_movie_poster Jailer
No_movie_poster Mrs. Simms
No_movie_poster Nurse
No_movie_poster Woman with Cat
No_movie_poster Man with Skunk
No_movie_poster Newscaster
No_movie_poster Cabbie
No_movie_poster Security Guard
No_movie_poster The Bailiff
No_movie_poster Delivery Boy
No_movie_poster Minister's Wife
Small Minister
No_movie_poster Policeman
No_movie_poster Doctor
No_movie_poster Leo Kohlmeyer


No_movie_poster Marshall Efron Writer
No_movie_poster Stanford C. Allen Editor
No_movie_poster Greg Beeman Director
No_movie_poster Peter Bernstein Music
No_movie_poster Michael F. Blake Makeup Artist
No_movie_poster Gordon Wolf Producer
No_movie_poster Andy Rose Producer
No_movie_poster Les Alexander Executive Producer
No_movie_poster Alexander Gorby Producer
No_movie_poster James Shanahan Art Direction
No_movie_poster William Ware Theiss Costume Design
No_movie_poster Barbara Lampson Hairstylist
No_movie_poster Michael Kusley Director
No_movie_poster Emmitt-Leon O'Neill Director
No_movie_poster Dick Erickson Director
No_movie_poster Anthony C. Thorpe Property Master
No_movie_poster G. Michael Graham Sound Editor
No_movie_poster Scott D. Jackson Foley
No_movie_poster Steve Kelso Stunts
No_movie_poster Owen Marsh Camera Operator
No_movie_poster Peter McEvoy Director of Photography
No_movie_poster Steve Ditlea Story
No_movie_poster Alfa-Betty Olsen Writer


The death of Millionaire Oscar Kohlmeyer leaves an inheritance to a talking cat called Leo Kohlmeyer. However his rivals the Rigsby's try to kidnap him. Leo's inheritance is worth five million dollars while Oscar's nephew (Mr. Rigsby) got twenty-five thousand dollars on the condition he doesn't contest the will. Being greedy and bossy, Mrs. Rigsby forced her husband to contest.