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Lily C.A.T. (1987)

Written and directed by Hisayuki Toriumi, Lily C.A.T. is set in the 23rd century where companies are now surveying distant planets and battling each other for mining rights. The company we are going to follow is known as The Syncam Corporation and they have sent surveyors Jiro Takagi (voiced by Bob Bergen) of the Japanese division, Dick Berry (Gregory Snegoff) of the Australian division, the president’s daughter Nancy Strauch (Julie Maddalena) and her cat, Farrah Van Dorothy (J.C. Henning), Morgan W. Scott (Steve Bulen), Jimmy Mengel (Michael Sorich), and Dr. Harris Mead (Clifton Wells), to investigate a newly discovered planet via the hired crew of the deep-space cruiser Saldes. The Saldes crew includes Captain Mike Hamilton (Mike Reynolds), Dular (Steve Kramer), Walt (Richard Cansino), and Carolyn (Iona Morris), and mechanics Guy (Russel Case) and Watts (Steve Bulen).

As their journey begins the ship allows its passengers to go into hypersleep for 20 years and only biologically age one month but during the voyage, the ship’s computer detects debris flying through space and collects a sample, which causes the extraterrestrial matter to become loose in the ship!

Upon awakening, the crew learns that two of the surveyors are impostors, but a bigger problem emerges when Morgan is found dead from a mysterious infection. Dr. Mead, Lily, Guy, and Watts also perish from what appears to be a bacterial infection, which dissolves the bodies of its victims, but leaves their clothes intact. During this, Berry attempts to discover who the impostors are by checking their backgrounds…

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