A hungry mouse decides to make one of its two obstacles to obtaining a block of cheese, by framing Sylvester the Cat. It starts stirring up trouble, after hearing Sylvester call the bulldog... See full summary »

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Sylvester / Mike Bulldog / Mouse (voice)
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A hungry mouse decides to make one of its two obstacles to obtaining a block of cheese, by framing Sylvester the Cat. It starts stirring up trouble, after hearing Sylvester call the bulldog, Mike. Later on, the mouse uses a telephone and let the earpiece, by Mike's ear. It says Sylvester only wants Mike, as "its pillow". After hearing this, Mike, the Bulldog, wakes u and thinks it was only a dream. The mouse calls Mike again, this time, the mouse says other dogs are laughing at him, because he likes Sylvester, the Cat. After successfully turning two friendly buddies into enemies & both are knocked out cold, then, the mouse walks to the table, the block of cheese is on. As it is approximately half way to the table, the magnet the mouse used to hit Mike, the bulldog with (as an iron boxing glove) on a paw of Sylvester. Then, unexpectedly, the magnet pulls a chandelier off the ceiling & the chandelier hits the mouse so hard, that it fell down, undoubtedly knocked out along with Sylvester... Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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21 October 1950 (USA)  »

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The bulldog's name is Mike. Sylvester mentioned the dog's name once & the scheming mouse said 'Mike', four times. See more »

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In Opening Credits, the cartoon writer's name is not listed at all. It is believed to be Michael Maltese. See more »

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Featured in The Bugs Bunny Show: Episode #1.18 (1961) See more »

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Home Sweet Home
Music by H.R. Bishop
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"Look here, alley buzzard, cut out the cute stuff!"
10 September 2015 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

A little mouse is desperate to get at a block of cheese. Standing in his way are friends Sylvester the cat and Mike the bulldog. So he sets about turning the two against one another. The ways in which he does this are pretty funny. Enjoyable Sylvester short where he spends most of the time getting knocked around. Poor Sylvester. He and Mike are fun but the mouse steals the show with his manipulations. The incomparable Mel Blanc does terrific work as the voice of all three characters. Directed by Friz Freleng with nice, colorful animation. The music is lively and upbeat. Amusing gags and likable characters make this a good one.


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