Jim Davis is renowned for his performance in ‘Dallas,’ a soap opera where he portrayed Jock Ewing. The prime time television soap opera continued until he could no longer perform because of his illness. His first major screen role came with ‘Winter Meeting.’ He appeared as a star guest on approximately fifty episodes across twenty varied television series. He played the lead in ‘Rescue 8’ and ‘Stories of the Century.’ He also earned a star on the ‘Hollywood Walk of Frame’ for his phenomenal performances. Some of his popular movies include ‘The Day Time Ended,’ ‘The Big Sky,’ ‘The Outcast,’ ‘Rio Lobo,’ ‘El Dorado,’ ‘Big Jake,’ ‘Noose for a Gunman,’ ‘Raiders of Old California,’ ‘Monte Walsh,’ ‘Little Big Horn,’ ‘Comes a Horseman,’ and various others.
When his master brings home a new pet dog, his cat, Garfield, overweight and lazy, is not at all pleased. Frustrated, he locks Oldie, the dog, out one night, allowing a local television host to abduct him. It is now up to Garfield to rescue him and reestablish his reputation among the local animals, who blames him for Oldie’s plight.
Garfield and Odie hide in Jon’s suitcase as he travels to London, where Garfield is mistaken for his look-alike cat, Prince, owner of a castle. As Garfield starts enjoying his new-found royal status, evil Lord Dargis, who is after Prince and his estate, tries to kill Garfield taking him to be Prince. Now, Garfield must save himself as well as Prince’s castle.
Jim Davis Awards
|Garfield's Babes and Bullets||Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)||1989|
|Garfield in Disguise||Outstanding Animated Program||1986|
|Garfield in the Rough||Outstanding Animated Program||1985|