The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries (TV Series 1995–2001)
|1||The Cat Who Knew Too Much (9 Sep. 1995) |
In New Orleans, Granny and Tweety visit the annual canary crooning competition. The wily Louie Z. Anna romances Granny while gangster duo Rocky and Mugsy kidnap Tweety.
|2||Platinum Wheel of Fortune (16 Sep. 1995) |
Granny investigates the theft of a one-of-a-kind platinum roulette wheel in Monte Carlo during the Monaco Grand Prix. Pepe Le Pew's fourth cousin Pitu Le Pew mistakes Sylvester for a girl, falls for him and relentlessly pursues him.
|3||Double Take (23 Sep. 1995) |
Someone who looks and sounds like Granny is committing crimes in Denmark !
|4||A Chip Off the Old Castle (30 Sep. 1995) |
The theft of the famous Blarney Stone brings Granny and company to County Cork, where they encounter the legendary Irish Banshee.
|5||Something Fishy Around Here (7 Oct. 1995) |
When the worlds' largest tuna is kidnapped, Granny travels to Tokyo to find her.
|6||B2 or Not B2 (4 Nov. 1995) |
As Granny delivers a lecture aboard a luxury ocean liner, a series of vile, bingo-related mishaps occur.
|7||Bull Running on Empty (11 Nov. 1995) |
Granny arrives in Pamplona, Spain, to find the thief who stole the priceless Pamplona Periscope.
|8||A Ticket to Crime (18 Nov. 1995) |
Granny wins a trip to England, where she learns all the other great detectives in the world have won the same prize!
|9||The Maltese Canary (25 Nov. 1995) |
In San Francisco, a host of shady characters mistake Tweety for the fabled "Maltese Canary."
|10||It Happened One Night Before Christmas (16 Dec. 1995) |
Granny helps her absent-minded brother locate the $8,000 he misplaced in the town of Bedspread Falls on Christmas Eve.
|11||Outback Down Under (27 Jan. 1996) |
Granny and her cohorts investigate when Australia's sheep population disappears.
|12||It's a Plaid, Plaid, Plaid, Plaid World (3 Feb. 1996) |
Granny's cousin calls her to Scotland when the beloved McRory Tartan is stolen.
|13||Go Fig (17 Feb. 1996) |
Rancher Sam Ficus (aka Yosemite Sam) summons Granny and company when his fig harvest vanishes.