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Tweety Bird Trivia Questions For Kids

Tweety Bird Cartoon Trivia Quiz Questions with answers for kids.

 

Tweety Bird Trivia Questions For Kids

Who is Tweety?
A: Tweety (Tweety Bird) is an animated fictional yellow canary.

Tweety is one of the  Warner Bros. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series of what?
A: Animated cartoons.

The name "Tweety" is a play on what words?
A:  "sweetie", and "tweet".

What are Tweety's characteristics are based on?
A:  Red Skelton's famous "Mean Widdle Kid."

In the golden age, how many cartoons did Tweety appear in?
A: 47.

Bob Clampett created the character that would become Tweety in what 1942 short?
A:  A Tale of Two Kitties, pitting him against two hungry cats named Babbit and Catstello.

Babbit and Catstello were based on what two famous comedians?
A:  Abbott and Costello.

 

Tweety was originally not a domestic canary, but simply a what?
A: Generic wild baby bird in an outdoor nest.

He was originally far more what, than his more common version?
A:  Aggressive and saucy.

Many of Mel Blanc's characters are known for their what?
A: Speech impediments.

One of Tweety's most noticeable speech problems is when he tries to say  "pussy cat", it comes out as what?
A: "putty tat", later rendered "puddy tat",.

Clampett began work on a short that would pit Tweety against a then-unnamed what?
A: Lisping black and white cat created by Friz Freleng in 1945.

Clampett left the studio before finishing it, and who picked up the project?
A: Freleng.

He toned Tweety down, made him cuter with large what?
A: Blue eyes and yellow feathers.

 

Why were the feathers added?
A: To satisfy censors who objected to the naked bird.

The first short to team Tweety and the cat, later named Sylvester, was 1947's what?
A:  Tweetie Pie.

Tweety Pie won Warner Bros. its first what?
A: Academy Award for Best Short Subject (Cartoons).

Sylvester and Tweety proved to be one of the most notable pairings in what?
A: Animation history.

Usually in their cartoons, Sylvester wants to eat the bird, but something gets in the way such as Granny or her what?
A: Bulldog Hector.

What were Tweety's signature lines?
A:  "I tawt I taw a puddy tat!" and "I did! I did taw a puddy tat!" .

Sylvester usually spends the entire time using progressively more elaborate schemes to capture Tweety, similar to whom?
A: Wile E. Coyote in his ongoing efforts to catch roadrunners.

 

All of his tricks fail, either because of their flaws or, often because of intervention by whom?
A:  Hector or an indignant Granny.

Tweety had a small part in what hit animated movie?
A: Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

Tweety, "accidentally" caused Eddie Valiant to fall from a pole by playing what?
A:  "This Wittwe Piddy" with Valiant's fingers and loosening his grip.

The scene is essentially a re-creation of a gag from what cartoon?
A: A Tale of Two Kitties, with Valiant replacing Catstello as Tweety's victim.

During the 1990s, Tweety also starred in what animated TV series?
A:  The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries.

In the series, Granny ran a detective agency with the assistance of who?
A:  Tweety, Sylvester and Hector.

In an early 1980's public service announcement, what did Tweety warn parents  about?
A: The dangers of scalding-temperature bath water.