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31 Scene-Stealing Animals in Movies and TV (Photos)

Even when a the focus of a film or TV show is on its star humans, cameos and small parts by animals often grab attention away from headlining actors. Click through to see our list of scene stealing animals:

Billy Crystal‘s character in the 1991 comedy “City Slickers” adopts a calf and names him Norman.

Once Punxsatawny Phil poked his head above ground, all hell broke loose — at least in one of the seemingly infinite amount of days Bill Murray endured in the 1993 comedy “Groundhog Day.”

The appearance of the cat in the season finale of HBO crime drama “The Night Of” was one of the most tweeted about things the night it aired.

Digby, the king charles cavalier spaniel in 2015’s “The Interview” proved to be both precious and integral to the film’s climactic end.

Yes, there’s an actual goat in the college hazing drama “Goat.” Without spoiling it, the animal is at the center of a tragic plot twist that happens toward the end of film.

Speaking of goats, there’s an evil one featured in 2015 horror movie “The Witch.”

The cat in “Inside Llewyn Davis” knew no bounds, escaping multiple times and to faraway places.

Talking bulldog Mr. Beefy made “Little Nicky” with Adam Sandler a whole lot more fun.

A walrus stood out in another Adam Sandler movie, “50 First Dates,” also starring Drew Barrymore.

The snake in 2000’s “Road Trip” got memorably mouthy.

The tiger in the bathroom in 2009’s “The Hangover” put a night of drunken debauchery among a group of guys over the top.

Comet the golden retriever in “Full House” was pretty handy sometimes.

The bear in “The Revenant” is easily among the most ferocious in cinema history.

Lucky the cat took some attention away from the famously smart-mouthed Alf in this 1990s sitcom.

Baxter! The pooch from “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy” was quite the little survivor.

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