A large number of the Google searches that this site picks up are for Tweety Pie, the little yellow bird cartoon character normally seen fending off attempts by Sylvester the cat. Of course, this site has very little to do with Tweety Pie at all, asides from a brief appearance as cheap plastic stuff – Tweety cast in resin. So I thought I’d maybe list a few facts (or probably fiction, since I’ve not checked them well..) about Tweety, to keep those searchers happy -
Tweety first appeared in A Tale of Two Kitties in 1942.
Tweety was created by Bob Clampett
Tweety is one of the most popular cartoon characters of its type, due to its cute appearance.
Tweety is also known as Tweety Pie and Tweety Bird.
Tweety appeared in “Who Framed Roger Rabbit”.
Tweety has been in public service announcements.
Tweety has been voiced by Joe Alaskey, who also has appeared in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Tweety was originally pink. The colour was changed for the 1947 film Tweetie Pie because censors thought that Tweety looked naked. To be fair, he does.
You can see more of Tweety on the official Tweety page.