Putty Tat Trouble
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|Putty Tat Trouble|
|Looney Tunes (Sylvester/Tweety) series|
|Directed by||I. Freleng|
|Produced by||Edward Selzer|
|Story by||Warren Foster|
|Voices by||Mel Blanc
|Music by||Carl Stalling|
|Animation by||Arthur Davis
|Layouts by||Hawley Pratt|
|Backgrounds by||Paul Julian|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros. Pictures
The Vitaphone Corporation
|Release date(s)||February 24, 1951 (USA)|
|Running time||7 minutes|
Tweety is cleaning out his nest ("Dis is what I det for dweaming of a White Twistmas!") when both Sylvester and another red cat notice him. They both try to catch him, only to run into each other. The red cat bashes Sylvester over the head and takes Tweety, but Sylvester retaliates.
The rest of the cartoon involves Sylvester and his fellow feline constantly trying to one-up each other and get Tweety, who seems to merely be enjoying himself (i.e. imitating a fake canary, asking to go for a ride on the red cat). The short climaxes when Sylvester and the red cat come upon a thin ice rink and see Tweety's hat next to a hole in the center of the rink. Thinking Tweety fell in, the cats run to the hole and reach in to try and recover the bird. However, Tweety is revealed to be cutting a circle around them. He asks the cats for his hat, which Sylvester desperately obliges in a bid for mercy; Tweety finishes the circle anyway, causing the cats to fall into the frigid water.
Back from where we started before, Tweety is shown in the next scene resuming shoveling snow out of his nest. Sylvester and the red cat are in their homes with their feet in warm water, constantly sneezing. Tweety says "Gesundheit!" to each, and resumes his work as the cartoon fades out.
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