Tweety Bird Quotes

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Tweety Bird Quotes

Quotes from the Tweety Bird cartoons

Tweety Bird

First Tweety Bird cartoon(1942): A Tale of Two Kittie

Tweety Bird

Tweety (also known as Tweety Bird and Tweety Pie) is a fictional Yellow Canary in the Warner Bros. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series of animated cartoons.

Tweety’s popularity actually grew in the years following the dissolution of the Looney Tunes cartoons. The name “Tweety” is a play on words, as it originally meant “sweetie”, along with “tweet” being a typical English onomatopoeia for the sounds of birds. Tweety appeared in 48 cartoons.

Despite the perceptions that people may hold, owing to the long lashes and high pitched voice of Tweety, Tweety is male. This was established several times in the series “Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries”.

On the other hand, his species is ambiguous; although originally and often portrayed as a young canary, he is also frequently called a rare and valuable “tweety bird” as a plot device, and once called “the only living specimen”. Nevertheless, the title song directly states that the bird is a canary.

Bob Clampett created the character that would become Tweety in the 1942 short A Tale of Two Kitties, pitting him against two hungry cats named Babbit and Catstello (based on the famous comedians Abbott and Costello).

Tweety Bird

Tweety Bird : A mischevious little bird of cartoon fame

Tweety was originally not a domestic canary, but simply a generic, wild, baby bird in an outdoors nest – naked (pink), jowly, and also far more aggressive and saucy, as opposed to the later, more well-known version of him as a less hot-tempered and somewhat ornery, yellow canary.

British artist Banksy’s 2008 New York art installation The Village Pet Store and Charcoal Grill features “Tweety”, an animatronic sculpture of an aged and molting version of the character.

Western Publications produced a comic book about Tweety and Sylvester entitled Tweety and Sylvester, first in Dell Comics Four Color series #406, 489, and 524, then in their own title from Dell Comics (#4-37, 1954–62), then later from Gold Key Comics (#1-102, 1963–72).

Tweety Bird cartoons brought fun and fame to the cartoon movies

Tweety Bird Quotes*

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AAAAAAAAAWWWWW! Da poor puddy tat’s parachute didn’t open.

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AAAAAAAAH! You cwushed my widdy head! AH HA HA HAAAAAAA! You mashed me widdle metatarsel!!
– from Tweety’s second cartoon, Birdy and the Beast (1944)

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Air waid! Wights out! Total bwack out! Bweak it up puddy tats! Bweak it up!

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Awwww, da poor puddy tat! He cwushed his widdle head!

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Bad ol’ puddy tat!
– A Tweety signature quote in the title of Bad Ol’ Putty Tat (1949), sometimes written “Bad ol’ puddy tat!”

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You fwightened me!
You made me wittle heart quiver!
Baaaaaaaaad ol’ puddy tat! – Tweety puts dynamite inside Sylvester’s wet suit, an explosion is heard
– Bad ol’ puddy tat!

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Cwy Fweedom!!

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Dat puddy is going to be in an awful predicament when dat medicine start to woik. Ho ho ho!

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Did you lose tometing? – said to Sylvester, seasick and leaning head-first over a ship’s rail
– Tweety’s S.O.S. (1951):

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Dis is da city. Ten towsand puddy tats (A Jack Webb impersonation)

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Don’t hit him, Granny. Don’t hit him Granny! You’ll be sowwy! – this was after Slyvester has swallowed a beaker of Nitro – Granny did hit Slyvester and both are blown up

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Gee whiz, puddy tat. I didn’t know you could fwy.

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Go away fwom here and stop making all dat noise or I’ww have you twansfered to the stix!

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Gosh, I never wealized that being a wittle bird could be so compwicated.

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Gwanny, you wook positivewy WHEET WHEEW!!!

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Have you two puddy tats met?
– A Gruesome Twosome

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Hewp, Gwanny! A piece of spaghetti got me!

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Hewwo, moo-moo cow…….Hi there, Dirty piggy…….Hewwo, Putty-tat.

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Hey, Gwanny, here’s another gun for ya!

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Hi ho silver!! Away!! *riding cats in horse costume with an angry bee inside*

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Ho ho, dat puddy tat has a pink skin under his fur coat!

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Huwwy! Huwwy! Huwwy! Step wight up! See 50 wions and a puddy tat! Huwwy! Huwwy! Hu………… Step wight up! See 50 wions! Count ’em! 50 wions! Huwwy! Huwwy! Huwwy!

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I calm him down *hits Sylvester with mallet* “I guess I calm him down too much.”

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I lose more puty tats that way…

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I may be wong, but I just don’t twust puddy tat’s honor. – *Nailing barbed wire to his post*

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I see an unidentified object flying awound my wittle head.

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I tat I taw a puddy tat. I tat I taw another puddy tat. I’m tawounded by puddy tats.

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I taw I taw a [whistle]! I did! I did taw a [whistle]!
– “Bad ol’ puddy tat!”

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I tawt I taw a damn yankee tat!
– “Rebel Without Claws” c. 1961.

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I tawt I taw a itty-bitty puddy tat! – a giant Tweety
– Tweety And The Beanstalk (1957)

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I tawt I taw a peeping Tom cat! — while taking a bath
– Tweet And Lovely (1959)

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I tawt I taw dishonorable puddy tat! – the giant lands on poor Sylvester with such force that the cat crashes straight through the earth, emerging head-first in China.
– In Tweety and the Beanstalk (1957),

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I wegwet dat I have one life to give to my countwy.
– “Rebel Without Claws” c. 1961

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I wove wittle puddy his coat is so warm. And if I don’t hurt him he’ll do me no harm.

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If your gonna sweep, you gotta sweep in your own woom.

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It was a terrible storm, the boat wocked and worked up one wave and down the other. Wocking. Wocking.

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Ahhhh the poor puddy tat’s turning dween adain.

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It’s not in my contwact?

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My doodness, tha dam musta bwoke! Da stweets are full of water! – Seeing Venice for the first time
– A Pizza Tweety-Pie (1958):

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Now who do you suppose would want to disturb those doggies so earwy in da morning?!

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Oh boy, dis is fun. Ha ha ha! Widing awound on a hat. Ha ha ha!

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OOOOOOH! I’ll never be taved if I have to wait for dat puddy tat to tave me.

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OOOOOOOOH but tometing tells me dat puddy is tomewhere awound here cwose to me. With his wong teeth and his sharp cwaws. OOOH, I SCARED!!

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Stick ’em up, Geronimo! I’m Hop-Awong Cattidy!

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They still haven’t perfected fwying.

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Uh oh! Da puddy tat got anudda pwaymate. It’s gonna be awfwy wonesome fwom here to Pasadina.

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Uh-oh! Da putty got another pwaymate.

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What are you going to do, puddy tat?!

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Where oh where has my puddy tat gone? Oh where oh where can he be?
– Birdy and the Beast (1944)

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Wike I said before: Once a bad ol’ putty tat, awways a bad ol’ putty tat.

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Yeah how many times have we told you not to put things in your mouth! Especially me!

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Y’know, I get wid of mooooooore putty tats dat way.

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You did! You did! You taw a puddy tat, a moo moo cow, a big gorilla, a giddy-up horsey, and a wittle monkey.

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You know dat putty donna hurt himself, if he’s not more careful.

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You know, I lose more putty tats dat way! – Tweety’s final line after he steered Sylvester into a brick wall

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*Tweety quotes taken from many sources, most with no source information
 Authenticity not guaranteed but quotes displayed as found

 

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