Quotation by Bob Clampett

I tawt I taw a puddy tat a-cweepin' up on me.
Bob Clampett, U.S. animator. Tweety's running gag, in Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies (animation series), Warner Brothers cartoon (1944-1960s).

Created by Bob Clampett, voiced by Mel Blanc, the little yellow canary first appeared in the Warners' Merrie Melodies cartoon Birdy and the Beast (1944), soon to be chased by the lisping cat Sylvester, whose favorite line was "Suffering Succotash!" In 1950 the lines were incorporated into a song by Alan Livingston and Billy May.
Surprise me with a
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