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While Sylvester usually is lovable sap getting his comeuppances for
chasing Tweety or Speedy, he occasionally got used in different kinds
of roles, namely when he co-starred with dogs Spike and Chester (Spike
is named Alfie in "Dr. Jerkyl's Hide"). In these cartoons, the big,
menacing Spike would go try to make mincemeat out of Sylvester, but
something would always happen to make Spike believe that Sylvester was
some sort of monster...at which point Sylvester would show up and puny
Chester would clobber him.
So it goes here, in which Sylvester runs into Dr. Jerkyl's laboratory, drinks a certain potion, and...well, you can probably guess what happens. It's a quite enjoyable cartoon. Mel Blanc and Stan Freberg were always a cool voice combo.
this is among my all time favourite looney tunes.
the characters of the two dogs in it are hilarious and sylvester is great
a more catty role than usual.
when he transforms into the giant monster cat and beats the you know what
out of the bulldog, hahaha, it is so funny and the look on the little dogs
face everytime it happens, this is what cartoon comedy is all
it is to bad we will never see cartoons like this again, instead we have to put up with animaniacs and all this speilberg produced wannabe bullsh*t. Well at least we can always return to the classics like these. thank god for mel blanc and croonies
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