Sylvester

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Sylvester J. Pussycat, Sr., Sylvester the Cat or simply Sylvester, or Puddy Tat, is a fictional character, a three-time Academy Award-winning anthropomorphic Tuxedo cat in the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies repertory, often chasing Tweety Bird, Speedy Gonzales, or Hippety Hopper. The name "Sylvester" is a play on Felis silvestris, the scientific name for the wild cat species (domestic cats like Sylvester, though, are actually Felis catus). The character debuted in Friz Freleng's Life With Feathers (1945). Freleng's 1947 cartoon Tweetie Pie was the first pairing of Tweety with Sylvester, and the Bob Clampett-directed Kitty Kornered (1946) was Sylvester's first pairing with Porky Pig. Sylvester appeared in 103 cartoons in the golden age.


 Fin des années 1970s à aujourd'hui, avec et sans pied.


Tweety & Sylvester ont eu tous les deux une carrière solo avant qu'ils deviennent un des duos américains les plus populaires. Tweety a fait ses débuts en premier en 1942 avec "A Tale of Two Kitties". Au départ, il s'appelait Orson, un petit oiseau avec une tête énorme ! C'est dans ce dessin animé qu'il a inventé l'expression : "I tawt i taw a puddy-tat !!!"

En 1944, l'oiseau jaune familier et bien-aimé est devenu connu comme Titi dans "Birdy and the Beast".

Sylvester parcourrait les  innombrables ruelles, chapardait, remuait les poubelles en 1945 dans "Life with Feathers". Mais ce n'est qu'en 1947 que le dessin animé "Tweetie Pie" a été realise. Le destin avait finalement réuni Tweety et Sylvester, une grand-mère a acheté les deux animaux. "Tweetie Pie" a été le premier dessins animé de Warner Bros a remporté un Oscar !


Late 1970s to current, no feet and with feet

Tweety & Sylvester both enjoyed successful solo careers before they teamed up to become one of America's most popular duos. Tweety came first in the 1942 release of A Tale of Two Kitties. He was born into cartoon existance as Orson, a small bird with an enormous head! It was in this cartoon that he coined the phrase "I tawt i taw a puddy-tat!!!"

In 1944, the familiar and beloved yellow bird became known as Tweety in Birdy and the Beast.

Sylvester roamed countless back alleys scrounging through rubbish bins & stirring up mischief in the 1945 release of Life with Feathers. But it wasn't until 1947 that the cartoon Tweetie Pie was released - fate had finally bought Tweety and Sylvester together as a house cat and a canary bought in from the cold by a concerned housemistress (Granny). Tweetie Pie became the first Warner Bros. cartoon to win an Oscar!!!


Sylvester A


Dark Blue Head, Creamy Whiskers

Dark Blue Head, Creamy Whiskers

Black Head, No Mustache, White Whiskers


Black Head, White Whiskers, Mustache

Black Head, Creamy Whiskers, Mustache

Black Head, Creamy Whiskers, Mustache


Black Head, Creamy Whiskers, Mustache

Dark Blue Head, White Whiskers, No Mustache

Dark Blue Head, White Whiskers, Mustache


Sylvester B


Test Piece


2013


Sylvester From Cool Looney Tunes