Looney Tunes Super Stars: Tweety & Sylvester - Feline Fwenzy [DVD]

This collection of fifteen classic Warner Brothers animated shorts focuses on the beloved cat and mouse frenemies Sylvester and Tweety. Among the cartoons included are Tweetie Pie, Putty Tat Trouble, and The Last Hungry Cat.
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Looney Tunes Super Stars: Tweety & Sylvester - Feline Fwenzy (DVD)  (English/Spanish)  1961 - Larger Front
  • Looney Tunes Super Stars: Tweety & Sylvester - Feline Fwenzy (DVD) (English/Spanish) 1961
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The Last Hungry Cat
Birds Anonymous
With a little help from Birds Anonymous, Sylvester thinks that he can jump on the wagon and forget about his craving for delicious little birds. The moment he sees a savory Tweetie bird fly by, however, all bets are off. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Tweety and the Beanstalk
This time it is Sylvester the Cat who substitutes for Jack, climbing the beanstalk to a castle in the clouds, where he encounters a gigantic Tweety Bird--and an even more enormous bulldog. Undaunted, Sylvester hopes to make a meal of the humongous canary, only to encounter obstacles undreamed of in his earlier cartoons. Finally, the Giant Himself enters the scene, whereupon Sylvester scurries back to earth just in time for a twist ending (which may seem a little politically incorrect to modern viewers, but that's the price one pays for watching old cartoons!) ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Putty Tat Trouble
Room and Bird
Ain't She Tweet
All a Bir-r-r-rd
Canary Row
Tweety's S.O.S.
Tweet, Tweet, Tweety
Satan's Waitin'
After chasing Tweety Pie up a skyscraper, Sylvester the cat plummets to the sidewalk--and dies. The hapless feline ends up in Hades, where a demon bulldog informs him that he's used up only one of his nine lives. Goaded into spending his remaining eight lives trying to capture the elusive Tweety, Sylvester succeeds only in losing lives Two through Eight in a variety of hilariously fatal confrontations. With only one life remaining between Sylvester and eternal darn-ation, he decides to give up on Tweety and play it safe. . .which turns out to be a BIG mistake. The 1961 Bugs Bunny Show TV episode "Satan's Waitin" (released theatrically as Devil's Feud Cake is not a remake. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Gift Wrapped
Tweetie Pie
Upon finding a tiny bird named Tweety warming himself by the butt of a smoldering cigar, Thomas the cat (later Sylvester) schemes to make the little yellow hatching his lunch. Unfortunately for Thomas, his mistress plans to save the tiny bird. Now, in order to have his lunch as planned, Thomas constructs a Rube Goldberg device designed to help him capture Tweety without getting caught. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Snow Business
Bad Ol' Putty Tat
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