|Looney Tunes character|
|First appearance||An Egg Scramble|
|Created by||Robert McKimson|
|Voiced by||Bea Benaderet (1951–1955)
June Foray (1959–1983)
Julie Bennett (Strangled Eggs)
Nancy Wible (1980)
Tress MacNeille (2000)
Grey DeLisle (2011)
|Significant other(s)||Foghorn Leghorn|
Miss Prissy (also called Prissy) is a character in Looney Tunes. She is typically described as an old spinster hen, thinner than the other hens in the chicken coop, wearing a blue bonnet and wire-rimmed glasses. She is often mocked by the other hens, who describe her as "old square britches".
Miss Prissy's first appearance was in the 1950 short An Egg Scramble, the only cartoon featuring her and Porky Pig together, in which the other hens are making fun of the fact that she cannot lay an egg (because she thinks it's embarrassing).
Her next appearances are centered on Foghorn Leghorn. In Lovelorn Leghorn (1951), she is set on finding a husband and in Of Rice and Hen (1953) she is looking to have children. However, in Little Boy Boo (1954) she is depicted as a widow with a child Egghead Jr. and with a much more extensive vocabulary in long sounding words than her trademark "yeeesss." A Broken Leghorn (1959) and Strangled Eggs (1961) features Henery Hawk, and in these shorts, it is usually Foghorn who is pursuing Prissy for his own selfish needs.
Miss Prissy also appeared in the 1980 cartoon The Yolk's on You.
- A prototype of Miss Prissy named Emily appeared in Let It Be Me (1936), Boulevardier from the Bronx (1936) and A Star is Hatched (1938).
- "Miss Prissy the widow chickeness who was in love with Foghorn". Petcaretips.net. Retrieved 2011-08-30.[better source needed]