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Brain, an orange cat with a purple T-shirt with a black line, appears as a common assistant to Top Cat. Contrary to his name (which appears to have been given in jest or sarcasm), Brain is the dimmest-witted member of the alley gang, and is notorious for being unable to keep a secret. He is also portrayed as stuttering. He also seems to be in charge of the group's money (which they rarely have), and he runs up and down the road. Despite his apparent stupidity, he can sometimes say something brilliant, which T.C. instantly rephrases to make it sound like T.C. thought of it himself. He is voiced by Leo De Lyon in the TV series.

In the movie, his voice, by Jason Harris, is a little deeper, and he is made even more obviously stupid.


Television Show

Top Cat

Films and Specials

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Franchise: TV Series | Top Cat and the Beverly Hills Cats | Hanna-Barbera's 50th: A Yabba Dabba Doo Celebration | Wake, Rattle, and Roll | The Movie | Top Cat Begins

Main characters

Top Cat | Benny the Ball | Choo-Choo | Brain | Fancy-Fancy | Spook | Officer Charlie Dibble

Minor characters

Griswald | Lazlo-Lazlo | The Maharajah | Police Chief Eugene Prowler | Mrs. Ball | A.T. Jazz

Beverly Hills Cats characters

Kitty Glitter | Amy Vandergelt | Snerdly | Rasputin

Movie characters

Trixie | Lou Strickland | Big Gus | Dog Gang

Begins characters

Mr. Big | Granny Dibble | Benny's Mom | Bad Dog | Pantera | Rata | Furletta Duchat


Hoagy's Alley | The Police Station | Dibble's Apartment | The Sherry Plaza Hotel | Carnergie Hall | Pool Hall | Catwallader's Mansion | New York Hospital | American Museum of Natural History | Central Park Zoo | Cape Canaveral | Mindy's Department Store | The Metropolitan Museum of Art


Top Cat

Video games
See also