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Hippety Hopper (1949) - Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series Hippety Hopper

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  • Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Distributed by: Warner Bros.
  • Cartoon Characters: Sylvester, Hippety Hopper, Mouse, Bulldog.
  • Originally Released in 1949.
  • Color
  • Running Time: 7:05 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.
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Hippety Hopper

Posted: July 27, 2004

The 2 Greatest Kangaroos: "Hippety Hopper & "Giant

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Hippety Hopper started with a sad mouse, that was by a lake. The mouse was so sad, that it had thoughts of drowning itself! After it jumped, it was caught! Then the mouse had to find out how it was rescued and by who!
After seeing the joey, (baby kangaroo) Hippety Hopper, the mouse called it "a King-Sized Mouse".
No longer sad, the mouse asked Hippety Hopper to come with him back to its previous home. And Hippety Hopper agreed. After the return, the mouse immediately plucked a whisker off of Sylvester, as the cat was asleep. Now that Sylvester is awake, the mouse quickly said that it was no longer afraid of Sylvester. It then said that it will take vitamins and grow and get strong. Sylvester, after hearing this and see the mouse take "a vitamin", started laughing continiously. While Sylvester was laughing, the mouse whistled and Hippety Hopper come in. While
Sylvester was still laughing, his eyes were closed so Sylvester did not see Hippety Hopper, as he hopped in the room. When Sylvester finally opened his eyes, he also called Hippety Hopper
"a Giant Mouse"! Then the fight started. After Sylvester was kicked out of the house three times.
After Sylvester was kicked out the third time, he fell by the dog's house. The dog reminded Sylvester of their duties. The dog was to keep burglars out of the house and Sylvester was to
keep mice and rats "meeces" out of the house. The dog then tried to help Sylvester. First wear glasses then after Sylvester is kicked out the fourth time, the dog decides to investigate. The mouse then told the dog that it would take another vitamin and get large. Then the mouse took "a vitamin". After seeing Hippety Hopper, the dog then said "Thats's a good trick mouse, but it wont save you." Then the dog stood up and Hippety Hopper's kicks didnt affect him, until the mouse bit one of the dogs feet, on the ground. After being bit, the dog was kicked out of the house. Immediately, the dog returned to the house, and the mouse threatened him, by saying "If you come back in here, I'll pin your ears back"! After hearing this, the dog said
"If a mouse pins my ears back, I'll take ballet!" After being kicked out the second time, Sylvester reminded him of his quote, saying
"Well your ears are pinned back." The dog then said "Come on cat, were taking ballet". In conclusion, the dog and Sylvester end up as
"TWO BALLET MATES"!!!!
***** I strongly wonder if Hippety Hopper led to
"Beverly Hillbillies" episode "Giant Jackrabbit".
The dates referring to each were:
"Hippety Hopper": Saturday, November 19th, 1949.
"Giant Jackrabbit": Wednesday, January 8th,1964.
5,163 days (737 weeks and 4 days)
differ/are imbetween the dates of
"Hippety Hopper" and "Giant Jackrabbit" .

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Hippety Hopper

Posted: July 26, 2004

The All-Time Best "Giant Mouse Cartoon"

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Hippety Hopper started with a mouse, by a sea, that was thinking it could no stand to be alive. As the mouse started to dive into the water, it was rescued, and by a baby kangaroo (Joey).
After being rescued, the mouse then had ideas, it then (and Hippety Hopper came with him), returned back to the house of Sylvester the Cat.
First the mouse pullled a whisker off of Sylvester, (while the cat slept). As soon as Sylvester's "Yeow!" pain scream, the mouse, then said "I'm going to take vitamins and get as big as you." Then the mouse took "a vitamin".
Sylvester, after hearing the mouse, and seeing that it took "a vitamin", started laughing at what the mouse had said, while Sylvester was laughing (and his eyes were also closed), the mouse then whistled, and Hippety Hopper came,
"in his place"! Before Sylvester realised "the mouse's size had enlarged", Sylvester then had a paw on Hippety Hopper and repeated the mouse's quote. Then when his eyes were opened, he did see "a giant mouse"! After the real mouse took a couple "more vitamins", Sylvester was eventually thrown out of the house!
When the dog saw Sylvester fall by its doghouse, it then went and told Sylvester of "their jobs". Sylvester: He was to keep Mice /
"meeses" out of the house". The Dog: "Keep burglars out of the house".
Then after Sylvester is thrown out again, the dog then goes to the house and also saw the mouse, as it "took a vitamin" and "get large". After this, the dog was thrown out. Then the real mouse "threatens the dog", saying "If you come back in here, I'll pin your ears back!" After hearing the threat the dog then said "If a mouse pins my ears back, I'll take up ballet!" The dog went back to the house again, and was thrown out this time and his ears were pinned back!
And in conlusion, the dog kept the promise, and got Sylvester to be its "ballet mate".

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Hippety Hopper

Posted: August 04, 2002

Brilliant

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Very, very excellent story to this one.

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