Category: sylvester

And that was only one of the many occasions on…

And that was only one of the many occasions on which I met my death, an experienthe which I don’t hesitate sthtrongly to recommend.

They do sthay, Tweety, that verbal insults hur…

They do sthay, Tweety, that verbal insults hurt more than physical pain.  They are of courthe wrong, as you will sthoon dithcover when I sthtick this toathting fork in your head.

Conversation

Sylvester Jr.: Uh, father?
Sylvester: What?
Jr.: What is the mind? Is it just a system of impulses? Or is it something tangible?
Sylvester: Relax. What is mind? No matter. What is matter? Never mind!

You taste like a burger.  I don’t like y…

You taste like a burger.  I don’t like you anymore.

Conversation

Sylvester: Have you got any milk-fed chickens?
Waiter: Yes, sir.
Sylvester: Well, sthqueeze the milk out of one and bring me a glathth.

Can we get ‘Old Yeller?’  I just l…

Can we get ‘Old Yeller?’  I just love movies with happy endings.

Conversation

Sylvester: Sthuch a sthweet little thing…do you really think I’d hurt him?
Granny: Yes…
Sylvester: What are you going to do? Watch him all night?

Well, you know, Daffy and Wile E., are failure…

Well, you know, Daffy and Wile E., are failures, in their own way, and all of us, I think, can understand characters like Daffy, the Coyote, Sylvester and so on, because all of us are more familiar with mistakes than we are with trials. And so, a “comic loser” is right with us, we know about that. And everyone of the great comedians, with one or two exceptions I said, everyone of them are losers, and they have small trials. At the end, when [Charlie] Chaplin got up at the very end of the picture, he would demonstrate what he was because, at the end, he shifts his coat and then he walks away, twirling his cane. But that little shift to the coat is like a nudge to a hero, it’s like going like that than leaping. But that little adjustment to his coat was what made him what he was.

Happy 110th Birthday Mel Blanc  (1908 – 1989)

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AKA “The Man of A Thousand Voices”

Mel Blanc is without a doubt, the most influential and most recognizable voice actor of all-time (next to June Foray, of course). He has done voices for Warner Bros., Hanna-Barbera, MGM, Walter Lantz, Chuck Jones Enterprise and Disney. Voiced over 300 characters, and is arguably one of the key success to the Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies cartoons.

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Hey, w-w-what do I look like?  A t-trampoline!

Hey, w-w-what do I look like?  A t-trampoline!