Sylvester Cat discovers Tweety Bird in a pet store window. Tweety is taken to be delivered by truck to a new owner - Granny. Sylvester chases the delivery truck to Granny's home, where ...
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Sylvester Cat discovers Tweety Bird in a pet store window. Tweety is taken to be delivered by truck to a new owner - Granny. Sylvester chases the delivery truck to Granny's home, where Granny has a huge, fenced-in area for her army of bulldogs. Sylvester makes several unsuccessful attempts to pass the dogs and reach Tweety inside Granny's house.Written by
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While most of the Sylvester/Tweety pairings would feature just one bulldog (I seem to recall that his name is Hector) to counter Sylvester's actions, "Ain't She Tweet" features a whole garden of dogs. When Granny brings Tweety home from the pet store* - where Sylvester had already tried to go after him but had to abort his plan - Sylvester can't seem to get past the canine ocean. Why must he always suffer so?! Obviously, his mishaps form part of the cartoon's plot line, sort of like what befalls Wile E. Coyote when he tries to trap Road Runner. But no matter how you look at it, this is still a funny cartoon. Little more than a way to pass time, but worth your while.
*I noticed that the shop next to the pet store said I. Wyner. No doubt that was an in-joke referring to background artist Irv Wyner.
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