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Muzzle Tough (1954)

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Tweety Bird moves into a city brownstone with his mistress, Granny. A stray Sylvester Cat watches them move in and delights on seeing Tweety. Another of Granny's pets is a bulldog who, as ... See full summary »

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Sylvester / Tweety / Hector / Dogs (voice)
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Tweety Bird moves into a city brownstone with his mistress, Granny. A stray Sylvester Cat watches them move in and delights on seeing Tweety. Another of Granny's pets is a bulldog who, as usual, complicates Sylvester's plan to sneak up close enough to make a grab for Tweety. Sylvester unsuccessfully tries all sorts of disguises, including a moving man, a lamp, a bearskin, and a female dog. He ends up being captured by the dog catcher and placed in the back of a truck surrounded by all sorts of snarling canines. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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26 June 1954 (USA)  »

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Pip i en slem kattepine  »

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Muzzle tough is a pun on the Hebrew- and Yiddish-language phrase mazel tov, which means good luck. See more »

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Granny's six-shooter fires eight shots without reloading. See more »


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In an 18th Century Drawing Room
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Music by Raymond Scott
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Pretty funny
21 December 2003 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

When Granny and Tweety move into a new house no one is more pleased than the cat Sylvester who spies the chance to get a bird for lunch. However the front door is blocked by a massive dog that Sylvester must get past to get a shot at grabbing Tweety.

With it's fall back on the catchphrases and good routines, this is a superior Tweety Pie cartoon that shows imagination in it's delivery of good solid gags, the likes of which you will have seen elsewhere. Some of the stuff is old but it is still funny.

The characters are the classic bird/cat/dog and they all work well. Tweety isn't annoying, the dog is simply butch and Sylvester is funny with his antics. Overall this all works pretty well and has funny jokes as part of the usual formula that make it feel funny and has a strong punch line at the end.


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