Sylvester Cat chases Tweety Bird while Tweety narrates. The chase takes them out of the city to the country, straight into a mine field, down a ski slope, and to the middle of a wooden ... See full summary »

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Sylvester Cat chases Tweety Bird while Tweety narrates. The chase takes them out of the city to the country, straight into a mine field, down a ski slope, and to the middle of a wooden bridge, where Sylvster stupidly saws a hole, with himself in its center. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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19 May 1956 (USA)  »

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In one of the clips, (while Tweetie was temporarily trapped inside a vending machine) the slot shows Academy Award title, (Award: best short of the year) Tweetie Pie (1947) title, is written on a slot. In it, the cats name was Thomas. This time, it is Sylvester. Identical drawings. See more »

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Edited into Bugs Bunny's Mad World of Television (1982) See more »

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this probably would've been the only Looney Tunes cartoon to scare me, had I seen it when I was young
3 September 2012 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

Once again, Sylvester is after Tweety, failing every time. "Tree Cornered Tweety" takes a slightly different approach, with Tweety narrating "Dragnet"-style. As can be expected, Tweety does have a nasty trick in store for Sylvester in one scene (in this case a mine field). Probably the best scene is at the end when Sylvester thinks that he's finally gotten Tweety...but didn't realize where he was sawing!

Oh, and what I mean by the possibility of this cartoon scaring me is because I saw "Ghostbusters" when I was seven, and the combination of the lion statue and the evil spirit scaring the woman in the basement at the beginning caused me to think that it was a horror movie (I mean in the vein of "The Exorcist" or "The Shining"; fortunately I watched it a few years later and realized that it's a comedy). Therefore, the scene where Tweety is outside the public library and there's a lion statue might have confused me. Sometimes it's best to watch these cartoons as an adult.

Anyway, pretty funny.


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