Cats Don't Dance is a 1997 animated musical/comedy film, notable as the only fully animated feature produced by Turner Entertainment's feature animation unit (later merged into Warner Bros. Animation, after the merger of Time Warner with Turner Broadcasting in 1996, in which Time Warner purchased Turner; Turner Feature Animation had also produced the animated portions of The Pagemaster in 1994).
The film was distributed by Warner Bros. Family Entertainment. Set in a world where human beings and anthropomorphic animals live side-by-side, it focuses on a cat named Danny who wants to break into show business in Hollywood. The film stars Scott Bakula and Jasmine Guy, and was the directorial debut of former Disney animator Mark Dindal, its musical numbers, written by Randy Newman, and for Gene Kelly's contributions as choreographer. Cats Don't Dance was Kelly's final film project which is dedicated to him. Despite receiving positive reviews from critics, Cats Don't Dance failed in box office.