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Catty Cornered

Catty Cornered
Merrie Melodies (Sylvester/Tweety) series
Directed by I. Freleng
Produced by Edward Selzer
(uncredited)
Story by Warren Foster
Voices by Mel Blanc
Ralph James
(uncredited)
Music by Carl Stalling
Animation by Arthur Davis
Manuel Perez
Ken Champin
Virgil Ross
Layouts by Hawley Pratt
Backgrounds by Irv Wyner
Distributed by Warner Bros.
The Vitaphone Corporation
Release date(s) October 31, 1953
Color process Technicolor
Running time 7 minutes
Language English

Catty Cornered is a 1953 Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Friz Freleng, written by Warren Foster and distributed by Warner Bros.. It features Sylvester and Tweety in a forerunner of the Rocky and Mugsy cartoons, with Rocky having present-day form and manners and Mugsy replaced by a much smarter assistant named Nick.

Plot

A still from Catty Cornered.

News was spread worldwide about Tweety getting captured by Rocky and his assistant named Nick. At the same time, Sylvester was in attempt of catching Tweety for his breakfast, but, however failed due to the harsh eyes of Rocky and Nick. After many trials, Sylvester finally catches Tweety, but was then labelled in the news as "HERO CAT SAVES BIRD" and both of them were announced to the public. The mayor then requests Sylvester to kiss Tweety, but he eats him, only to get forced to spit Tweety out by the mayor. Tweety ended the cartoon with "Oooh, he's a bad putty tat".

Clip reusage

Part of this cartoon was edited into Friz Freleng's Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie.

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