Enjoy all 30 episodes of Top Cat (or as I still think of it Boss Cat), the Hanna-Barbera cartoon series made in the early 1960s. This show stands alongside the Flintstones as being at the very pinnacle of sitcom-like cartoon series that can still be enjoyed by young and old today. But unlike the Flintstones it didn't overstay its welcome by making too many episodes and so having a drop in quality.
The format is a simple one that Top Cat is a cat living in an alley with his gang and who is always embarking on money-making scams. Officer Dibble seeks to clean up the alley while defeating the scams, but TC always foils him. The set-up is broadly based on the classic Bilko sitcom from the 1950s, with TC being close in character and voice to Phil Silvers and his side-kick Benny the Ball looking like and being voiced by the man behind the character Duane Doberman. The others in the gang of cats all play entertaining roles with Brain playing the stupid cat, Choo-Choo being the nervous one, Fancy-Fancy being the ladies-cat man, and Spook being the cool one. For some reason I've always liked Choo-Choo the best.
The series still works because the stories are strong and the characters so well defined. You instantly know how everyone will react to any situation and as the characters are voiced with care they are as believable as any in a live-action sitcom. Allen Jenkins' Dibble in particular is a classic and he is a perfect antagonist to Arnold Stang's TC. There's not really a bad episode in the run and so this stands out as a cartoon series that can't be faulted.