Jones said in an interview ("A Conversation with Legendary Animator Chuck Jones," a bonus on the DVD release) that when director Chris Columbus asked for a Sylvester and Tweety spoof, he was reluctant to spoof his own studio's creations. He told Columbus that he might as well ask Disney to spoof Mickey Mouse. But eventually, Jones decided to give it a go.
This film grossed $219.2 million in the United States and another $204 million in other countries worldwide.
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