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Birdy And The Beast

Birdy And The Beast (1944) - Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series Birdy And The Beast

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>Leon Schlesinger Studios
  • Leon Schlesinger Studios
  • Animated Characters: Tweety, Cat, Bulldog, Hen.
  • Originally Released in 1944.
  • Production Number: 5-13.
    MPAA: 9295
  • Running Time: 7:33 minutes.
  • TechniColor
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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The second Tweety cartoon- and Tweety still does not have feathers!

This is the first cartoon to feature Tweety as the main character, and the cartoon in which Tweety (formerly Orson) is given his familiar name.

The only Tweety cartoon animated by Tom McKimson.

Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.

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My grandmother loved this one; her favorite scene was when Tweety pumped gasoline into the cat's burning mouth and made him "fwow up and go `Boom!'" For me, it's the finale, when the cat is dancing around with a live hand grenade...  (read more)

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Tweety was given his name in this one. But it wouldn't stop there. He was also given more of a personality to play off of the generic cat character. Notice that in the first cartoon, Tweety has a blank expression on his face the first time he sees the...  (read more)

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