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Catch As Cats Can

Catch As Cats Can (1947) - Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series Catch As Cats Can

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  • Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc.
  • Animated Characters: Sylvester, Bing Crosby Parrot, Frank Sinatra Canary.
  • Originally Released in 1947.
  • Production Number: 1038.
    MPAA: 11508
  • Running Time: 7:12 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Sylvester is not yet named in this cartoon. He has a substantially different voice in this cartoon.

Sylvester, the cat, having eaten the Bing Crosby parrot, stands on his perch, smokes a pipe and quips, "There's nothin' like vitamins" After he says this, an abrupt fade occurs.

The second of only two Sylvester cartoons directed by Art Davis. The first Sylvester cartoon animated by Herman Cohen, and the second of only two animated by Basil Davidovich.

The only Sylvester cartoon for which Dave Monahan was a writer.

Sylvester gets the upper hand at the end of this cartoon. Some other ones are: "Claws for Alarm," "Yankee Dood It," "Here Today, Gone Tamale," "Trip for Tat," "A Message To Gracias," "Freudy Cat" and "Doggone Cats."

Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.

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