Sylvester Cat and Tweety Bird are snowbound in a mountain cabin, and though Tweety has lots of bird seed, Sylvester will starve unless he can cook the unsuspecting Tweety. Meanwhile, a starving mouse thinks Sylvester is edible and keeps springing on the cat, chewing the fur off his head and tail and trying to cook his various body parts. Granny returns just in time with groceries, to find she mistakenly brought back only more bird seed! Written by
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Did You Know?
, speaking as Tweety Bird, didn't say his most popular phrase: "I tawt I taw a putty-tat!", in six cartoons (at-least). In order, they are 01: Snow Business
(1953), 02: Heir-Conditioned
(1955), (Tweety was in just a 5 to 10 second cameo, as it appears, Tweety was going to be another cat's "dinner to be", he just a one sentence quote). 03: Red Riding Hoodwinked
(1955), 04: Tweet and Lovely
(1959), 05: The Last Hungry Cat
(1961) & 06: The Jet Cage
(1962). In the fourth cartoon, "Tweet & Lovely", Tweety called Sylvester, "a peeping Tom cat". See more
[while Sylvester is eating bird seed, the mouse pours milk on Sylvester's tail and adds a sprinkle of sugar
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
Oh, come now! It can't be *that* bad.
References Tarzan the Ape Man
Music by Albert Gumble See more