Premiered in 1986, Cat City (titled Macskafogó, Cat Trap, in Hungarian) is by far the most legendary of all our cult classic animated movies. It was our entry for Best Foreign Language film at the Oscars in 1987, but it didn't get the nomination.
The movie is a parody of Hollywood spy-action films - and about half a dozen other genres, including westerns and Star Wars, with all their conventions. It actually presents itself as an "American" movie, with all the signs written in English, and most characters having foreign names. It features evil businessman Mr. Fritz Teufel (added pun that Teufel means "devil" in German and sounds like "sour cream" in Hungarian), four rat gangsters, several musical numbers, cat pirates, mariachi vampire bats, a pretty Japanese lab assistant, and Lazy Dick (actual name), the one-man marching band of Intermouse. The movie satirizes a lot of the racial stereotypes Hollywood was into at the time (Asian geisha love interest, gun-happy Mexicans, and a black furred cat gangster who, while called "Schwartz" in the original dubs, somehow became "Blackie" in the American version...) (eek). It also has a hilarious, over-the-top shootout scene at the end, to crown the "Hollywood" experience.
Cat City, being a classic, is much quoted in Hungarian pop culture. One of the most well-known parts is Mr. Teufel's meeting with his battered and bandaged assistant (whom he himself had roughed up earlier as punishment for a minor mistake):
"Accident, sir. I was shaving."
"But your hand, Safranek?"
"... it was holding the razor."
"Goodbye Safranek. Give my regards to your wife."
"Thank you, sir. She's been living with you for a year."
"We can go back to the ballet to jump around."
That's right, the henchmen are all ex-ballet dancers.
Cat City, since it became an international thing, does have English dubs (and fairly decent ones too, although they don't quite live up to the original voices). You can find the Hungarian version here, in case you are interested. There is an English dubbed version out there too, if you can rustle up the DVD on Ebay or something.
In the meantime, here is the Four Gangsters jazz number for your viewing pleasure, performed live by the Cotton Club Singers. The song in the movie is the henchmen's promotional video to sell their mouse-killing services.