Cutie & The Flea is a 1991 animated film by Bisney Pictures.
- Cutie - A pink feisty, independent, but also kind when She chooses to cat who is often singing or breaking the 4th wall.
- The Flea - A giant flea.
- Gustavo - A chestnut brown wolf.
- Ludwig - A talking pigeon toy.
- Clockers - A Fox inside a clock toy who used to be a fox with a literal clock on his neck.
- Ollie - A pig.
- Mrs. Possum - A stuffed possum toy.
- Skip - Mrs. Possum’s Son.
- Martin - A yellow and orange striped cat who is Cutie’s dad.
- Gigi - A dove toy.
- Lulu - A sheep face on a wardrope.
- The Poodles - Three female poodles who have a crush on Gustavo (a pink one, a black one, and a yellow one).
- Hot Rod - A racecar-dog hybrid toy.
- Bernadette Peters as Cutie
- Kelsey Grammer as The Flea
- Christopher Lloyd as Gustavo
- Jim Cummings as Gustavo’s Singing Voice
- Christopher Plummer as Ludwig
- Ian McKellan as Clockers
- Hank Azaria as Ollie
- Susan Boyd as Mrs. Possum
- Debi Derryberry as Skip
- Tom Bosley as Martin
- Kath Soucie as Gigi and Poodle #1
- Karen Hartman as Lulu
- Adrienne Alexander as Poodles #2 and #3
- Frank Welker as Hot Rod and Cutie’s Hisses
- Gilbert Gottfried as Napoleon Bonaparte
- Cutie - Chorus
- I’m Nobody’s Servant - Cutie
- Just Relax - The Toys
- Gustavo - Gustavo, Ollie, and Animals
- Who I Want to Be - Cutie
- When The Time is Right - Cutie & The Flea
- In Love with A Giant Flea - Cutie
- Cutie resembles Rouge from Disney’s Palace Pets franchise, except for the red bow, earrings, dress, and the fact that She’s anthropomorphic.
Sequel and TV Series
In 1996, there was a sequel called A Cutie & The Flea Christmas, which was the first Bisney sequel.
In 1997, there was a short lived series called Cutie & The Flea: The Series, which only had 4 22-minute episodes.