Catty Cornered

1953 film by Friz Freleng

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.

Directed by Friz Freleng. Produced by Edward Selzer. (uncredited) Written by Warren Foster.

This short was featured in The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie, as part of act 2.

SylvesterEdit

  • I slip-thht-bpp-thh-tht-td.

DialogueEdit

Mayor: We are gathered here today to pay homage to this magnificent cat... who fought his natural instincts to save this little bird. Yes - and now, gentlemen, you may take your pictures of the cat kissing the little bird. [holds Tweety down to Sylvester] Come on, cat. Kiss the little birdie.
Tweety: [encouragingly] Come on, puddy tat. Kiss the wittle birdie!
[Sylvester suddenly eats Tweety, the mayor slaps him on the head to push Tweety out, and he falls to the ground]
Tweety: Ooh, he's a bad puddy tat!

Voice castEdit

  • Mel Blanc as Sylvester, Tweety, Rocky the Gangster, Nick, Newsboy, News Reporter, Police Officer, Photographer and Mayor.

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