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ADMETUS/PLATO

~In the London show he is called Admetus and does the mating dance.

~On Broadway, he was a brown and white cat with a brown patch over one eye called Plato. He may have been Grizabella's son.

~In the original London production he was not present, but probably replaced one of four nameless kittens.

VIDEO ADMETUS/GEORGE

~Admetus is the video version of George since they look so alike (it's the eye-patches), both become the Great Rumpus Cat and sing "Jellicle Cats develop slowly" with Munkustrap and Admetus/Plato.

~Admetus was a character in Greek mythology and George means "farmer".

ALONZO

~In London he appears to be a little younger than he is on the video and he sometime does the "mating dance" with Victoria.

~In the Broadway show he was various shades of brown and becomes Demeter's mate after fighting Macavity, which he did more than the London and Video Alonzos.

~In the original London production and on Broadway he played one of Growltiger's pirates, who was called Tumblebrutus in London.

BILL BAILEY/TUMBLEBRUTUS

~In the original London production he was not present as an ordinary character, but Tumblebrutus was one of Growltiger's pirates, played by the same actor as the one who played Alonzo. Bill Bailey may have replaced on of the four nameless kittens listed in the Original London Cast recording.

~On Broadway he did the mating dance with Victoria.

CARBUCKETTY/POUNCIVAL

~Carbucketty in the London show is identical to Pouncival on the video.

~Both Carbucketty and Pouncival looked similar to the above picture in the original Broadway show, but nearer the end of the run on Broadway Pouncival was brown with an orange, fox-like face.

~In the original London production there were four nameless kittens, but Carbucketty is listed separately, suggesting that he used to be an adult. In the video he is attracted to Bombalurina, but there is no evidence of it in the London show.

CASSANDRA

~In the London show she used to be burgundy instead of brown.

CORICOPAT

~On Broadway he and his sister were brown, not silver and black. In the original Broadway production the actor playing Coricopat also played Mungojerrie.

~In the London show the actor playing Coricopat also plays Ghengis.

DEMETER

~She is Munkustrap's mate by the end of the video and London show.

~On Broadway, however, she and Alonzo became mates.

ELECTRA

~She was not present in the original production, but probably replaced one of the four nameless kittens.

ETCETERA

~In the original Broadway production she was played by the same actress as the one who played Rumpleteazer and was booted out of the show when Mungojerrie and Rumpleteazer were made proper characters.

GHENGIS/GILBERT

~In the original London production he was called Gilbert.

JEMIMA/SILLABUB

~On Broadway she was the daughter of Munkustrap and Bombalurina.

MACAVITY

~On Broadway he was Old Deuteronomy's son and symbolised power.

MUNGOJERRIE

~In the original Broadway production he was played by the same actor as the one who played Coricopat and was a puppet that was conjured up by Mistoffelees.

~In the original London production he and his sister were listed separately from the four nameless kittens, so they may have been adults originally.

~On Broadway he was various shades of brown and orange.

MUNKUSTRAP

~He also plays Grumbuskin, one of Growltiger's pirates.

~On Broadway he was Sillabub's father.

QUAXO/MR. MISTOFFELEES

~In the London show he is friendlier with Bombalurina than he is on the video and he plays one of Growltiger's pirates.

~In the original Broadway production he sang Mungojerrie and Rumpelteazer, who were a pair of puppets he had conjured up.

~In some productions, such as in Australia and Germany, Quaxo and Mistoffelees are two separate Cats.

RUMPLETEAZER

In the London show she is also a good friend of Etcetera.

In the original Broadway production she was played by the same actress that played Etcetera and she was a puppet that was conjured up by Mistoffelees.

In the original London production she and her brother were listed separately from the four nameless kittens, so perhaps they used to be adults.

On Broadway she was white with brown and black stripes, like Etcetera, and had a similar personality. For example, she was the one who screamed at Tugger.

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