Top Cat and the Beverly Hills Cats is a 1987 animated television movie, produced by Hanna-Barbera Studios and distributed by Great American Broadcasting it is part of the Hanna-Barbera Superstars 10 film series and is based on the 1961-62 primetime animated series Top Cat.

The rights to the film are now owned by Warner Bros. through their ownership of the H-B library.

Top cat must help a little girl save her home.

Arnold Stang as the voice of Top Cat
Maurice Gosfield as the voice of Benjamin T."Benny the Ball" Ball Jr.
Marvin Kaplan as the voice of Choo-Choo
Leo De Lyon as the voice of Spook and Brain
John Stephenson as the voice of Fancy-Fancy
Allen Jenkins as the voice of Officer Charles "Charlie" Dibble
Melissa Rivers as the voice of Amy

This telefilm's plot is essentially an extended remake of the series' episode "The Missing Heir".

At the beginning of the film, Benny is seen riding on the side of a limousine with the camera angled so that it looks like he's inside until the limo turns a corner. This is a direct reference to the original series' intro sequence, which had T.C. doing the same thing (the gag itself actually originated in the Donald Duck short The Autograph Hound).

The Flintstones and the Rubbles can be seen living on Megabucks Drive as the tour bus drives by.

Two unknown voice actors took over Top Cat series regulars Maurice Gosfield and Allen Jenkins' roles as the voices of Benny and Officer Dibble for the TV film. However, both Gosfield and Jenkins are credited for their roles.