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Tweety Bird is washing in a bird bath in a city park when Sylvester Cat interrupts him. Sylvester chases Tweety, and Tweety takes refuge near a feisty nanny and her toddler. Sylvester dresses as the toddler to try to grab Tweety but is stopped and spanked. Tweety flies to a building ledge, and Sylvester unsuccessfully uses chewing gum to try to reach him. Next, Sylvester angers a bulldog, who chases him away.Written by
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There may be those who disagree but I like these Sylvester and Tweety cartoons, and Home, Tweet Home is one of my favourites of theirs. It has a simple yet effective story, starts off well and ends well too.
The animation is excellent, very vibrant and colourful with beautiful backgrounds, while the music is never devoid of its quirkiness. The dialogue is very funny, especially Tweety's final line which is not only funny but hilarious, but it is the sight gags where Home, Tweet Home really scores. The chase through the park is classic, but the one with Sylvester using bubble gum to get to the top of the building is great. Even better is the one where Sylevester disguises himself as a granny which has hilarious consequences. Sylvester is great to watch, while Tweety manages to be both cute yet more active and somewhat aggressive here. Mel Blanc's voice characterisations are stellar once again too.
All in all, a hilarious cartoon and one of the better Sylvester and Tweety cartoons in my opinion. 10/10 Bethany Cox
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