Sylvester has been "blackballed" out of membership to the Loyal Order of Alley Cats Mouse and Chowder Club again. To gain the long-coveted membership, the Grand Master offers to let the ...
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Sylvester Cat is head of a household consisting of himself, a mother cat, and their spoiled-brat son, Junior. In this parody of "Goldilocks", Sylvester and Junior try to catch "Goldimouse",... See full summary »
Sylvester Cat scoffs at his son's idea that a pipe like that of "The Pied Piper of Hamelin" could lure mice into their home to catch. But when Junior tries it and Hippety Hopper, the baby ... See full summary »
Sylvester Cat accepts a position as mouse-catcher on a ship, and his son, Junior, accompanies him. They encounter baby kangaroo Hippety Hopper being shipped from Australia and, as usual, ... See full summary »
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Sylvester Cat checks in to work at a museum with his son, Junior. He is bragging about his mouse-catching prowess when the baby kangaroo, Hippety Hopper, having escaped from the zoo, turns ... See full summary »
Sylvester Cat takes his son, Junior, on a mouse-hunting expedition in an old, broken-down, mouse-infested house near some railroad tracks. Baby kangaroo Hippety Hopper falls out of a ... See full summary »
A pudgy but tough-guy cat recruits Sylvester as his stooge to catch a mouse for his dinner, under the pretense of training Sylvester to be a champion mouser. Sylvester enters a warehouse ... See full summary »
A baby kangaroo hops out of his zoo cage and roams into the surrounding city. The kangaroo stops at Sylvester Cat's home while Sylvester is hunting for mice with a fishing rod. When ... See full summary »
Sylvester Cat goes bird-stalking in the mountains with his son, Junior. A dwarf eagle proves too much for Sylvester, beating him to a pulp. Ashamed for his father, Junior puts a paper bag ... See full summary »
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Sylvester has been "blackballed" out of membership to the Loyal Order of Alley Cats Mouse and Chowder Club again. To gain the long-coveted membership, the Grand Master offers to let the lisping puddy tat place a big bell around the neck of the largest mouse he can find, so the cats can pounce on the mouse when they hear the bell. Just as that's going on, Hippety Hopper escapes from a city zoo truck. It's not long before he encounters the hapless Sylvester. Each attempt to place the bell around Hippety's neck ends with Sylvester wearing the bell (and the cats pounding the puddy into submission). In the end, Sylvester finally does get the bell around Hippety's neck, but by the time the cats are ready to pounce on the baby kangaroo-mistaken-for-a-giant-mouse, Hippety has been recaptured. The oblivious cats end up jumping in front of the city zoo truck! Sylvester now gets to serve as Loyal Order's Grand Master. Written by
Brian Rathjen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Far Above Cayuga's Waters
aka "Alma Mater"
Music from the song "Annie Lisle"
Written by H.S. Thompson
Played when the sign for the Loyal Order of Alley Cats is shown
Played often during the lodge scenes See more »
"This calls for a special meetin' of the brotherhood!"
Another fun Sylvester short featuring Hippety Hopper, the young kangaroo that Sylvester always mistakes for a large mouse. The plot to this one has the Loyal Order of Alley Cats Mousing and Chowder Club refusing to let Sylvester join unless he can put a bell around the neck of Hippety. Lots of funny gags and lines with an especially amusing ending. Wonderful animation in this one with well-drawn characters and backgrounds. Lovely Technicolor is always a plus. The music is bouncy and whimsical. Mel Blanc provides great voice work, as he always did, and gets to play more characters than usual. This short has lots of dialogue, too, which I'm sure pleased Mel. The Hippety cartoons were almost always funny and this one is no exception.
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