Canary Row

Canary Row (1950)

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Continuity mistake: When we see Tweety singing, you can see that the bottom of his cage has nothing on it, but when we see Sylvester next to the cage, a door has appeared.

Continuity mistake: When Tweety calls for help and jumps out of his cage after seeing Sylvester, you can see that the ring on the top of his cage is pointing to the right, but when Tweety says "Bad ol' putty tat!" the ring is now pointing to the left.

Continuity mistake: When Sylvester uses his binoculars to focus on the window in front of him, you can see that Tweety's cage contains a swing. But when Tweety says "I did! I did taw a puddy tat!", the swing is missing.

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Trivia: After Sylvester has swallowed the bowling ball, he goes back down the drainpipe and out into the street. When this happens, look behind him and you can see a sign saying "Drink Friz! Six Delicious Flavors" - a reference to the director Friz Freleng. There is also a building with "Champin's 5 and 10" on it - a reference to the animator Ken Champin.

Trivia: The first Sylvester and Tweety cartoon to feature Granny.

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