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Trick or Tweet (1959)

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Sylvester Cat and a goony orange cat pretend not to let their rivalry over trying to catch Tweety Bird interfere with their friendship, while each secretly makes an attempt to grab and eat ... See full summary »

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Sylvester Cat and a goony orange cat pretend not to let their rivalry over trying to catch Tweety Bird interfere with their friendship, while each secretly makes an attempt to grab and eat the canary while the other isn't looking. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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When Tweety installs the barbed wire on the pole supporting his nest, he is seen nailing it to the post just underneath the nest. In the next scene, when Sam is using the corset trampoline to try to reach Tweety, the barbed wire is seen at the bottom of the pole, but not at the top. See more »

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"trick"s of the trade
24 October 2006 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

We all know that Sylvester spends most of his life trying to trap Tweety. And we all know that he never succeeds. Well, in this case, there's another cat - named Sam - trying to get Tweety. So, most of the cartoon consists of Sylvester and Sam trying to get Tweety, but each cat's plans interfere with the other's. If it's basically a one-joke premise, then at least they come up with a new manifestation every couple of seconds. And the end is truly the highlight. So, maybe it's not the best Looney Tunes cartoon ever produced, but you could always count on Friz Freleng (or Chuck Jones) to direct something worth seeing; this one certainly is. A good time, if nothing else.

Yeah, it is complicated being a bird.


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