Sylvester Cat goes bird-stalking in the mountains with his son, Junior. A dwarf eagle proves too much for Sylvester, beating him to a pulp. Ashamed for his father, Junior puts a paper bag ... See full summary »

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Sylvester Cat goes bird-stalking in the mountains with his son, Junior. A dwarf eagle proves too much for Sylvester, beating him to a pulp. Ashamed for his father, Junior puts a paper bag over his head and walks away. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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15 August 1959 (USA)  »

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"Now we'll see some real he-cat sport!"
2 October 2015 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Funny Sylvester short, directed by Robert McKimson, has Sylvester once again trying to prove his worth as a hunter to his son, Junior. This time he finds himself squaring off against a bizarre little eagle. There are some good gags as Sylvester tries and fails to catch the bird, but most of the humor comes from the dialogue. Those familiar with Sylvester, Jr. from other cartoons will know right away what I'm talking about. He gets all the best lines when he's being melodramatic about how ashamed he is of his father. Poor Sylvester -- guy just couldn't catch a break. The animation is decent and brightly colored. Didn't care for the design for the little eagle. Nice music from Milt Franklyn. Great voice work from Mel Blanc. Not one of the best Sylvester & son cartoons but a good one.


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