Sylvester Cat decides to take his son, Junior, on a fishing trip- inside a closed-to-business aquarium with all kinds of exotic fish, some not very friendly to Sylvester.

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Sylvester Cat decides to take his son, Junior, on a fishing trip- inside a closed-to-business aquarium with all kinds of exotic fish, some not very friendly to Sylvester. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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Film editor Treg Brown is pictured in a cameo as a fisherman on a TV broadcast watched by Sylvester and Junior. See more »

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Spoofs Pinocchio (1940) See more »

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"There goes a smart pussycat!"
7 September 2015 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Decent Sylvester cartoon made in the waning years of the classic era for Looney Tunes. The plot to this one starts with Sylvester and his son watching a fishing program on television. Junior takes some jabs at dad's fishing abilities, which leads Sylvester to try and prove to his worth. So off to the aquarium they go where Sylvester tries to catch various exotic fish with predictably disastrous results. The gags are amusing and just about every line out of Junior's mouth will give you a chuckle. The animation and music are good for the period when quality was declining across the board for largely economic reasons. It's definitely not in the league of some of the earlier great Looney Tunes shorts but better than a lot of what was to come.


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