Sylvester Cat's new hang-out is an inventor's lab, which is near Tweety Bird's house atop a pole. Guarding Tweety's house is a bulldog named Spike. Sylvester invents all kinds of ...
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Sylvester Cat's new hang-out is an inventor's lab, which is near Tweety Bird's house atop a pole. Guarding Tweety's house is a bulldog named Spike. Sylvester invents all kinds of contraptions including a storm cloud, a robot dog, invisible paint, and a retracting grabber. The bulldog foils all Sylvester's attempts to catch Tweety with these inventions. Written by
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[after the Opening Credits' music concludes & the cartoon begins] Tweety is bathing, Sylvester looks at him (with binoculars, as Tweety sings in his birdhouse's bathtub & discovers the spying cat,) his remark is not the normal "Ooh, I tawt I taw a putty tat!" This time he says "Ooh, I tawt I taw a peeping tom cat." See more »
From his position on his shrink's couch, Sylvester spies a small yellow bird in a home on a pole. When his primitive attempts to climb the pole are thwarted by guard dog Spike, he goes back to the lab and begins concocting ways of getting the bird without having to come into contact with Spike.
I'm not a big fan of Tweety Pie, although I am a big fan of Sylvester the cat. Here Tweety is put to the wings (sorry!) as the focus is on Sylvester. His various gadgets are enjoyable even if they aren't frighteningly new ideas to the world of cartoons. He carries the film as Tweety has little to do (although does have some good lines) and Spike merely serves as a monosyllabic foil to stop Sylvester.
Overall this is nothing new to those who have seen more than 2 Tweety Pie cartoons, but that doesn't mean that it isn't funny and delivered well with a good as always performance by Sylvester.
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