A full-length animated feature starring the little yellow bird. When Col. Rimfire announces at the Looney Club his belief that cats are the most intelligent animals, Granny, hoping to raise... See full summary »
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Tom and Jerry are on a pirate ship. Tom sees a map that's floating on water. A ghost warns Tom that if the map is removed from the sea, a curse will fall on the ship. Tom gives the map to the captain anyway without mentioning the curse.
Charles Nelson Reilly
A full-length animated feature starring the little yellow bird. When Col. Rimfire announces at the Looney Club his belief that cats are the most intelligent animals, Granny, hoping to raise enough money to save a nearby children's park, makes a wager that her Tweety can fly around the world in 80 days, collecting the pawprints of 80 cats in the process. Sylvester, still hoping to make Tweety his personal snack, is incensed at the thought of some other cat getting the little bird first and vows to follow Tweety around the world and catch the canary himself. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <email@example.com>
As another reviewer noted - with the jumbled cities in the different countries. This story missed a great teaching lesson to children on geography. It actually hinders a child's geographical knowledge. A real shame. The story skipped along too fast on more interesting scenarios in favor of less interesting ones that it seemed to drag on. The script wasn't sharp and up to feature length standards. So is more suitable for kids than adults.
I found it very annoying that so many of the flying scenes and even scenes on the ground showed Tweety without his passport which had to be with him at all times to have it stamped by the consul representative and of course the required 80 cat paw signatures. Terrible continuity on that. The passport appeared and disappeared at will so many times. Tweety just wasn't all that character driven - we didn't' see him flex his acting muscles as he does in his better cartoons. I'm an adult fan of animation. I would not view this a second time, barely held some of my interest.
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