Role in the film
Miss Kitty is brought on by the Rat Trap's pianist to calm the crowd with her song "Let Me Be Good To You" when they prepare to riot. She starts off by singing softly, calming then, and even Dawson is attracted by her act. Only Basil pays no attention as he sees the bartender drugging his and Dawson's drinks.
Miss Kitty's song rapidly degenerates into a burlesque act with backup dancers while patrons grab fruitlessly at her. She never misses a step, kicking a couple of patrons off stage. Dawson, in a drugged state, has wound up on stage dancing with the backup dancers, much to Basil's disgust, before passing out as they look on horrified, and breaking the pianist's piano just as the song ends.
This results in a typical riot breaking out, with shots fired and some swinging on chandeliers. Fortunately, our heroes avoid swinging fists or flying chairs, and slip out unnoticed through a trap door.
- Miss Kitty's main purpose is to entertain the patrons with her shapely body and sultry voice. Her name was never mentioned, but sources have stated that 'Miss Kitty' was written upon her character model sheet.
Media: The Great Mouse Detective
Characters: Basil of Baker Street | David Q. Dawson | Padraic Ratigan | Fidget | Toby | Olivia Flaversham | Hiram Flaversham | Mrs. Judson | Miss Kitty Mouse | Miss Kitty Mouse's twin sisters | Ratigan's thugs | Felicia | Bill the Lizard | Bartholomew | Sherlock Holmes | John Watson | Queen Mousetoria | Unidentified woman mouse
Other: Darkwing Duck