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Kit for Cat (1948)

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Elmer Fudd takes in Sylvester Cat and an orange kitten during a cold winter night. He'd like to adopt them both but can only keep one. He decides to go to bed and make up his mind in the ... See full summary »

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Sylvester / Kitten / Melvin / Landlord (voice)
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Elmer Fudd takes in Sylvester Cat and an orange kitten during a cold winter night. He'd like to adopt them both but can only keep one. He decides to go to bed and make up his mind in the morning. Sylvester and the kitten both want to be the one who is adopted. So, each tries to "frame" the other for misdeeds in hopes of swaying Elmer's decision in their favor. The noise escalates to the point that all three- Sylvester, the kitten, and Elmer too- are evicted and must scrounge for food in trash cans. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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6 November 1948 (USA)  »

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The actors in the radio drama, Mel Blanc and Bea Benaderet, call each other by their real first names, Melvin and Beatrice. See more »

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[last lines]
Elmer Fudd: I've made up my mind who's leaving these premises!
[a banging on the door is heard, and the landlord appears]
Landlord: Oh, no, you haven't! I've made up *my* mind! Here!
[hands eviction notice to Elmer]
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References Life with Feathers (1945) See more »

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Home Sweet Home
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Music by H.R. Bishop
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utterly hilarious
2 November 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Sylvester the cat is trashcan diving for his dinner when he runs into an little orange kitty trying to take food from the same trashcans. It's extremely cold outside so Sylvester is happy when he's taken in by Elmer Fudd. But here comes that darn orange kitty again and Elmer can only keep one. So it's a battle of wills to see who stays while Elmer sleeps on the dilemma. This cartoon is great and further proves (if any were truly needed) that Sylvester was the TRUE star of his pairings with Tweety bird. As he excels in this solo outing. Plus the kitten makes an excellent foil. This animated short can be found on disc 4 of the Looney Tunes Golden Collection Volume 1.

My Grade: A+


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