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Sylvester Cat and his dopey, brawny feline friend, Benny, hunt mice in a warehouse because Benny wants one as a pet. Hippety Hopper, the baby kangaroo, is in the warehouse, and the two cats, of course, think he's a giant mouse. Benny wants him and obliges Sylvester to try and catch the fleet-of-foot Hippety. Written by
Kevin McCorry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Apparently, Benny is so retarded that he believes that all other cats are named George (in Speedy Gonzales's debut "Cat-Tails for Two", Benny co-starred with a feline named George). In "Hoppy-Go-Lucky", he and Sylvester are looking for mice, but come across baby kangaroo Hippety Hopper. So, Sylvester - believing HH to be an over-sized rodent - engages in a series of schemes to try and capture the big guy; oh, and the whole time, Benny thinks that Sylvester is slacking off. That guy's gonna accidentally break someone in half one of these days.
So, it's pretty silly, but always a pleasure to watch. I wonder why Sylvester always has to suffer so much.
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