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 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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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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Music by Raymond Scott See more