The chase between Sylvester and Tweety continues into a busy city street, where the puddy tat himself gets chased by Hector the bulldog. All three are injured by passing cars and taken to ... See full summary »
Sylvester Cat is head of a household consisting of himself, a mother cat, and their spoiled-brat son, Junior. In this parody of "Goldilocks", Sylvester and Junior try to catch "Goldimouse",... See full summary »
Sylvester Cat discovers that his son, Junior, has a new best friend - a bird named Spike. Aghast, Sylvester decides to teach his son the facts of feline life and goes with him on a bird ... See full summary »
We've seen Sylvester go after Tweety many times, so this time they move the action to Venice, Italy. Granny and Tweety are on vacation there, so Venice resident Sylvester (with an exaggerated Italian accent) does his usual stuff...and of course always fails. Of course, Tweety does some nasty things to him, so he hasn't much of a chance.
As is the case with many of these cartoons, it's a good thing that I watched "A Pizza Tweety-Pie" as an adult. As a child, I wouldn't have gotten the pop culture reference (lowla bridgeada). As for Tweety's misunderstanding of the canals, it calls into question how safe it is to build cities on swamps and marshes.
Really fun. Especially due to eliciting thoughts about the referenced actress.
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