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Greedy For Tweety

Greedy For Tweety

Greedy For Tweety (1957) - Looney Tunes Theatrical Cartoon Series Greedy For Tweety

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  • Looney Tunes Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Distributed by: Warner Bros.
  • Cartoon Characters: Sylvester, Tweety, Granny, Butch, Mouse.
  • Originally Released in 1957.
  • Color
  • Running Time: 6:32 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Greedy For Tweety

Posted: September 28, 2004

Greedy For Tweety

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I'm docking it a star because this is one of the Sylvester & Tweety cartoons that kind of makes me angry. It's definitely not Sylvester though. His routine with the dog inwhich they assault eachother's casts is brilliant as per usual with that cat.
What angers me is Tweety. In past cartoons he was able to handle Sylvester and any other cats single-handed. Here, when Sylvester just hobbles over and swallows him, it's actually up to Granny to rush that putty tat into the operating room and get Tweety out.
Yes, I realize Tweety is somewhat at a disadvantage being in traction. But, so is Sylvester. Tweety should definitely have been portrayed as a more independent character like his earlier days. The LEAST he could have done was participate in the "whack the cast" game.
Oh well, too late to change it now.

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Greedy For Tweety

Posted: May 06, 2004

Greedy For Tweety

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One of those cartoons that, if seen for the first time in one's childhood, haunts one FOREVER!

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Greedy For Tweety

Posted: March 13, 2003

Greedy For Tweety

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Many of us older Warner buffs had to wait a full 17 years between TV showings of this one--when CBS last aired it in 1971, and when Nickelodeon began showing it once again in 1988. (Those prudish, nicey-nicey types at ABC censored it completely.)
This is one of those cartoons that, if seen for the first time as a little kid (especially a little kid reared with a lifetime fear of HOSPITALS!), can remain etched on the surface of one's mind forever..........and all the better for it.

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