Greedy for Tweety

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Greedy for Tweety
Looney Tunes (Sylvester/Tweety/Granny)) series
Directed by I. Freleng
Produced by Eddie Selzer
Story by Warren Foster
Voices by Mel Blanc
June Foray (uncredited)
Music by Milt Franklyn
Animation by Gerry Chiniquy
Art Davis
Virgil Ross
Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures
Release date(s) September 28, 1958
Color process Technicolor
Running time 6 minutes
Language English

Greedy for Tweety is a 1958 Looney Tunes cartoon.

Plot[edit]

Hector, Sylvester and Tweety are chasing each other in the street, but they get injured by passing cars. They are taken to the hospital where Nurse Granny tends to them. Only the innocent Tweety tries to get rest, while Sylvester tries to get him and Hector tries to harass Sylvester. Sylvester tries lots of methods to cause pain to the dog's bandaged leg, but always fails, with the dog trying to do the same to him.

Sylvester succeeds in eating Tweety at one point, but Granny takes him then to "puddy surgery" and Sylvester comes out from there with a large bandage over his chest. Sylvester then tells Hector furiously "OK, buster, you ASKED for it!" but is then chased by Hector, who tries to whack him. Sylvester's bandaged leg gets stuck in a mouse-hole while he teases Hector. The mouse hits Sylvester's bandaged leg, then Hector's, causing both of them to hop and scream in pain. Granny sees this, then straps them both in bed.

Sylvester is building something while strapped to his bed. Granny tells Hector to stop sulking and "get a hobby" like Sylvester, who is building the something. When the object is done, Sylvester uses it to put a stick of dynamite in Hector's cast. Hector, horrified, switches casts with Sylvester. Hector's cast explodes on Sylvester's leg, causing him to shriek in pain.

In the end the three are released from hospital, but at the street start their chase again. Granny, who had just put "Tweety", "Cat" and "Dog" labels into outgoing patients' list, sees the chase and puts the labels back to incoming patients' list. She then sighs: "Que sera sera."

Succession[edit]

Preceded by
Birds Anonymous
Tweety and Sylvester cartoons
1958
Succeeded by
A Pizza Tweety Pie