Butch J. Bulldog's new son is a scrappy little nipper who is a pain in the leg for Sylvester Cat.







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Credited cast:
Sylvester / Stork (voice)


Butch, a mean bulldog, teaches his young son about the facts of life, including how to attack cats. The pup is at first frightened when he encounters Sylvester, but the youngster (remembering his father's lesson) soon becomes a thorn in the pussycat's side. Sylvester makes several failed attempts to get rid of the pesky puppy (including concealing him under a tin can and throwing a stick into a busy street). In the end, the stork (for once, sober) shows up with another litter of mean bulldogs and Butch demanding that Sylvester care for them. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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17 December 1955 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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The cartoon was key animated entirely by Gerry Chiniquy. The reason for this is because director Friz Freleng was re-assembling his animation unit after the six month shutdown of Warner Bros. cartoons in 1953. See more »


Edited into That's All Folks! Tales from Termite Terrace (2014) See more »


Where, Oh Where, Has My Little Dog Gone?
Music from German folk song
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A Friz Freleng cartoon similar to Spike, Tyke and Tom from MGM
26 January 2017 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I like this Friz Freleng cartoon featuring Sylvester the cat of the Tweety and Sylvester duo. In this cartoon, he has to deal Butch Bulldog's little puppy son who is learning to dislike and attack cats. Also, Sylvester never spoke in this cartoon. I love Junior's design, he is so flippin' cute!

I am sorry that I had to give this cartoon a 9 star rating because of the similarities to Spike, Tyke and Tom from MGM's cartoons. But I do love the animation in it along with Hawley Pratt's layouts. And as I said Junior's design is so flippin' cute, I'm sorry to repeat that part. So this is all I have to say about this Looney Tunes cartoon.

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