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Birdy and the Beast (1944)

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Tweety is set upon by a fat, jowly cat, who winds up with, among other things, a dozen eggs and a gallon of gasoline in his mouth instead of the little bird.

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Tweety / Putty Tat (voice)
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Tweety is set upon by a fat, jowly cat, who winds up with, among other things, a dozen eggs and a gallon of gasoline in his mouth instead of the little bird.

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19 August 1944 (USA)  »

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The title refers to the French fairy tale "Beauty and the Beast" first published by Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve in 1740. See more »

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Tweety: I taught I taw a putty tat.
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Referenced in Heathers (1988) See more »

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Rock-a-Bye Baby
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Written by Effie I. Canning
Played when the cat first sees Tweety in the nest
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Aw, the poor puddy tat! He fall down and go... BOOM!
23 March 2004 | by (Atlanta, GA) – See all my reviews

I remember when I first saw this cartoon at about 5 or 6 years of age, and at first, I was a little creeped out by the early Tweety's crude appearance, but I was soon laughing my head off. Being directed by Bob Clampett rather than the future director of the Tweety cartoons, Friz Freeling, you can expect this cartoon to be a bit sillier. Not to mention that this is Tweety's second cartoon appearance so he's (yes, he is a boy) still in his developmental stages. Note that he's pink rather than yellow, he's a bit meaner than in his later cartoons, and he hasn't even been paired up with his arch rival, Sylvester, yet. Nonetheless, this is a very enjoyable cartoon, with a very memorable line, "Aw, the poor puddy tat! He fall down and go... BOOM!"


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