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Tweety Bird (Character)
from Tweetie Pie (1947)

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Space Jam (1996)
Tweety Bird: I tought I taw - I did! I did! I did tee Michael Jordan!

Tweety Bird: Those Monstars'd wished they'd been never born!

[Tweety Bird flies through a hole that's just been shot in Sylvester]
Tweety Bird: Holey puddy-tat!

Tweety Bird: Feed me! Feed me!
Sylvester: Feed you? Feed me!

Bugs: You wanna play a little one on one, doll?
Lola Bunny: [angrily, with fire in her eyes] Doll?
Bugs: [with hearts over his head] Uh huh.
Lola Bunny: On the court, *Bugs*.
Bugs: Sure.
Tweety Bird: Ooo, she's hot.
[Touches his rear and steam appears with a hissing sound]
Lola Bunny: [starts dribbling] Ready?
Bugs: Yes.
[she gets past him]
Bugs: I got it, I got it!
[she spins around him, he winds up into a knot and she makes a basket]
Michael Jordan: The girl's got skills.
Bugs: [Lola comes over to him seductively] Yes?
Lola Bunny: Don't ever call me "doll".
[blows her ears out of her face]
Bugs: Check.
Lola Bunny: [as she is leaving] Nice playin' with ya.
Michael Jordan: Very smooth.
Bugs: Ahh, she's obviously nuts about me.
Michael Jordan: Obviously.


A Tale of Two Kitties (1942)
Tweety: I tawt I taw a putty tat!

[last lines]
Tweety: Turn out those lights!

[Catstello is hanging from a wire by one foot; Tweety is jumping on his toes]
Catstello: Hey, cut it out! Cut it out, pigeon! Don't do that!
Tweety: [pulls off one toe] This widdle piddy went to market...
Catstello: Babbit!
Tweety: [pulls off second toe] This widdle piddy tayed home...
Catstello: Babbit!
Tweety: [pulls off last toe] This widdle piddy had woast beef...
Catstello: Babbit!
[falls]
Tweety: Well, whatdya know, I wan out of piddies.

Tweety: Hewwo? Fourth Interceptive Command? I tee an unidentified fwying object fwying awound my widdle head.

Tweety: Aw, da poor puddytat. He cah-wushed his widdle head.


Birdy and the Beast (1944)
Tweety: Aw, the poor puddy tat! He fall down and go... BOOM!

Tweety: I taught I taw a putty tat.

[last lines]
Tweety: You know, I get wid of more putty tats dat way!

Putty Tat: [holding a grenade, thinking it's Tweety] I got it! I got it!
Tweety: He got it, and he can have it.
[off-screen explosion]


Bad Ol' Putty Tat (1949)
[last lines]
[after crashing the "train", i.e. Sylvester, into a brick wall]
Tweety: Uh-oh! Wrecked the putty tat.
[to the audience]
Tweety: You know, I lose more putty tats that way!

Tweety: [as Sylvester is bouncing up to the birdhouse on a trampoline] Bad ol' putty tat!
[Hits him in the head]
Tweety: You fwighten me!
[Sprays seltzer in his face]
Tweety: You make my widdle heart qwiver!
[Sylvester wears a helmet this time. As he rockets down, he sticks his tongue out at Tweety]
Tweety: [the next time he comes up, Tweety puts a stick of dynamite into the helmet, which explodes offscreen] Bad ol' putty tat!

Tweety: [in Sylvester's ear] Goody-goody for me, I is runnin' a choo-choo twain!
[pulls a cord, and a whistle blows]

Tweety: That bad ol' putty tat never gonna find me in here.


Tweety's S.O.S. (1951)
Tweety: Ooh, what a hypotwit.

[last lines]
[the Captain notices Sylvester falling from the sky]
Ship Captain: I tawt I taw a putty tat.
[Sylvester lands right on the captain's head, knocking him out]
Tweety, Granny: You did! You did tee a putty tat!
[Granny takes a captain's hat and blows the ship's foghorn]

[Tweety discovers Sylvester leaning over the side of the ship]
Tweety: Oh, there you are. Did you lose something, putty?
[Sylvester is revealed to be seasick, as his face is completely green]
Tweety: Oh-ho-ho! That's a good trick! I wish I could turn green like that!
[Sylvester just stares at Tweety, hopelessly ill]
Tweety: Aw, you need something in your tummy, putty tat - a nice, fat, juicy piece of salt pork!
Sylvester: [Suddenly nauseous] Salt p-por...
[Sylvester runs madly for the first aid room]


A Gruesome Twosome (1945)
Tweety: Aw! The poor putty tats! They faw down and go boom!

[last lines]
Tweety: I get wid of more putty tats dat way!

Tweety: I tat I taw a puddytat. I tat I taw another puddytat. I did, I did! I taw two puddytats. Have you two puddytats met?


A Bird in a Guilty Cage (1952)
Tweety: What are you gonna do, puddy tat?
Sylvester: What am I gonna do?
[to the audience]
Sylvester: How naive can ya get?
[to Tweety]
Sylvester: I'll tell you what we'll do. We'll play sandwich.
Tweety: Sandwich? Oh, doody, doody! How do you pway it?
Sylvester: Now, first, you step on this slice of bread. Then I cover you with the other slice, like this.
Tweety: What do I do now, puddy? What do I do now?
Sylvester: Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah! No peekin'!
[laughs evilly]
Tweety: What did you say, puddy? What did you say? I can't hear you!

Tweety: What are you gonna do, puddy tat?
Sylvester: What am I gonna do?
[to the audience]
Sylvester: How naive can ya get?
[to Tweety]
Sylvester: I'll tell you what we'll do. We'll play sandwich.
Tweety: Sandwich? Oh, doody, doody! How do you pway it?
Sylvester: Now, first, you step on this slice of bread. Then I cover you with the other slice, like this.
Tweety: What do I do now, puddy? What do I do now?
Sylvester: Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah! No peekin'!
[laughs evilly]
Tweety: What did you say, puddy? What did you say? I can't hear you!
[Sylvester chomps into the sandwich, but misses Tweety]
Tweety: Ooh! I don't wike dat game!


Tweety and the Beanstalk (1957)
Tweety: I thought I taw an itty, bitty puddy tat!

Tweety: Now, where did that itty bitty putty tat doe?


Room and Bird (1951)
Desk Clerk: [on a loudspeaker] Attention, everyone, someone has pets in this house, and I want them outta here immediately!
[many animals run out of the hotel and Desk Clerk gets run over by them]
Desk Clerk: I tawt I taw a putty tat!
Tweety: [in a jar] You did! You did! You taw a putty tat, a moo-moo tow, a big gorilla, a giddyup horsey, and a wittle monkey.

[Tweety goes into Sylvester's mouth and uses it as an elevator and comes up with a mouse]
Tweety: Thomas Jefferson? He's not Pwesident anymore. He's dead!
Mouse: Dead? I didn't even know he was sick.


Snow Business (1953)
[last lines]
[while Sylvester is eating bird seed, the mouse pours milk on Sylvester's tail and adds a sprinkle of sugar]
Tweety: Do you like it, putty?
[the mouse bites down on Sylvester's tail, causing him to howl in pain and fly into the air, crashing down on his bowl of seed]
Tweety: Oh, come now! It can't be *that* bad.

Radio Reporter: The recent blizzard has snowbound the mountain areas. The state highway patrol reports that all roads to the mountains may be closed for six weeks.
Sylvester: Six weeks? I'll starve!
[goes to the kitchen and opens the fridge, finding nothing but bird seed]
Sylvester: Bird seed...?
Sylvester: [opens the cupboard, which has the same contents as the fridge] Seed?
Tweety: Hey, putty tat! I found lots of food!
[Sylvester runs excitedly to the pantry, only to discover that it is also stuffed with bird seed]
Tweety: We don't have to worry, putty. There's enough food for a long time.
Sylvester: I'm a cat! I've gotta have cat food!
Tweety: Aw, poor putty tat. We've got to find something for you to eat. Let's see, what do putty tats like to eat...
Sylvester: Well, let's see, there's liver, and there's fish, and there's, uh... there's, uh...
[stares menacingly at Tweety]
Tweety: And then there's what, putty? What else is there?
Sylvester: Never mind, never mind. I got it solved.
[runs to the kitchen]


Birds Anonymous (1957)
Tweety: Oh, Mr. Putty tat. Don't you wike me anymore?
Sylvester: I think... I think... I think you're... I think you're... *delicious!*

[last lines]
Tweety: Like said before: once a bad old putty tat, always a bad old putty tat.


Tweet and Sour (1956)
Tweety: If anything happens to me, Sylvester, it'll be too bad for you. You'll be made into violin strings.

Tweety: I tawt I taw a putty tat.
Sylvester: You're darn tootin', buster. You did see a pussy cat.


I Taw a Putty Tat (1948)
Sylvester: [Tweety dodges Sylvester as he tries to snatch him from the cage] Oh come on, stand still! How do you expect me to grab ya when ya jump around like a flea on a hot brick?
Tweety: [innocently] Oh, I'm supposed to stand still? OK, puddy tat, I stand still.
[Sylvester grabs Tweety and puts him in his mouth]


Tugboat Granny (1956)
Tweety Bird: But the toot, toot, toot doesn't mean a hoot: It's the chugga-chugga-chug that makes it go.


Home, Tweet Home (1950)
[last lines]
[calling a pet shop to order another cat]
Tweety: I'm fwesh out!


The Jet Cage (1962)
Tweety: [flying around in his jet cage] This is the only way to fly.
Blackbird: [to another blackbird] And all this time, I've been doing it the hard way.


Fowl Weather (1953)
Hector: Jumpin' Jupiter! The boyd's gone!
[Hector mis-pronounced bird as "boyd", no r and vowel o instead of i]
Hector: [Hector then caught Sylvester, painted him yellow & put Sylvester in Tweety's birdcage]
Hector: Sing, you buzzard!
[Sylvester whistled, like a bird, as Granny return home from trip & walked by window]
Granny: Hello, Tweety.
[as Sylvester chirped, in Tweety's birdcage, Tweety sees and hears him and decides to change personality, from a bird to a cat]
Tweety: If he thinks he's a bird, then I will be a cat.
[Tweety starts hissing like a cat, as the closing credits begin]


The Rebel Without Claws (1961)
Tweety: I tawt I taw a damn Yankee tat.


Sandy Claws (1954)
Tweety: I tawt I saw a puddycat! I did! I did taw a puddycat!


Gift Wrapped (1952)
[last lines]
Granny, Tweety: [singing] # Peace on earth, good will to men. #


Tweet and Lovely (1959)
Tweety: I tawt I taw a peeping tom cat.


Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
[Eddie is hanging on to a flagpole with Tweety Bird's nest on top]
Tweety: Oh, wook, piddies!
Eddie Valiant: Hi, Tweety.
Tweety: This wittle piddy went to market.
[lifts one of Eddie's fingers from the pole]
Tweety: This wittle piddy stayed home.
[lifts another one]
Eddie Valiant: No.
Tweety: This wittle piddy had woast beef...
[lifts another one]
Tweety: [wincing] And *this* wittle piddy - had...
[Eddie falls]
Tweety: [sadly] Uh-oh, wan outta piddies.


Catty Cornered (1953)
[last lines]
Mayor: We are gathered here today to pay homage to this magnificent cat... who fought his natural instincts to save this little bird. Yes - and now, gentlemen, you may take your pictures of the cat kissing the little bird.
[holds Tweety down to Sylvester]
Mayor: Come on, cat. Kiss the little birdie.
Tweety: [encouragingly] Come on, puddy tat. Kiss the wittle birdie!
[Sylvester eats Tweety, the mayor slaps him on the head to push Tweety out, and he falls to the ground]
Tweety: Ooh, he's a bad puddy tat!


All a Bir-r-r-d (1950)
Tweety Bird: [singing and swinging in his cage] I'm a tweet wittle birdie in a guilded cage/ Tweety's my name, but I don't know my age/ I don't have to worry and that is that/ I'm safe in there from that ole puddy tat.
[stops singing and swinging and sees Sylvester]
Tweety Bird: I tawt I taw a puddy tat.
[looks again]
Tweety Bird: I did! I did! I did taw a puddy tat.


The Bugs Bunny Mystery Special (1980) (TV)
Mayor: We are gathered here today to pay homage to this magnificent cat... who fought his natural instincts to save this little bird. Yes; and now, gentlemen, you may take your pictures of the cat kissing the little bird.
[extends Tweety to Sylvester]
Mayor: Come on, cat, kiss the little birdie.
Tweety Bird: Come on, puddy tat, kiss the wittle birdie!


"The Looney Tunes Show: Eligible Bachelors (#1.10)" (2011)
Sylvester: So now let me get this straight. You fought in World War II?
Tweety: Yep.
Sylvester: How old are you?
Tweety: I'll never tell.
Sylvester: Well can you at least tell me if you're a boy or a girl?
[Tweety whispers in Sylvester's ear]
Sylvester: Hmmm... I was wrong.


Heir-Conditioned (1955)
[another alley cat successfully captured Tweety, and Tweety was going to be its next meal to be, it then lets go of Tweety to hurry to Sylverter's]
Tweety: Ooh, $3,000,000? as 'ooh, three milllion dollars?' spelled out & Tweety's only remark


Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales (1982)
Tweety: I thought I taw a itty, bitty putty tat!