Sylvester is a rich cat, courtesy of his deceased mistress, who has left him 3 million dollars. His alley cat friends, hope to sponge off his good fortune, and Sylvester is eager to share with them. But Elmer Fudd, as Sylvester's new financial advisor lectures him on investing his wealth in business and industry.
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This was the second of three cartoons on economic subjects underwritten by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. The others were By Word of Mouse
(1954) and Yankee Dood It
(1956). See more
[another alley cat successfully captured Tweety, and Tweety was going to be its next meal to be, it then lets go of Tweety to hurry to Sylverter's
Ooh, $3,000,000? as 'ooh, three milllion dollars?' spelled out & Tweety's only remark
Edited from A Mouse Divided
Long, Long Ago
Music by Thomas Haynes Bayley See more