Hoppy Go Lucky
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Hoppy Go Lucky is a 1952 Looney Tunes short film starring Sylvester and Hippety Hopper. Like all of the Sylvester/Hippety Hopper shorts, it was directed by Robert McKimson. The episode is based on the book Of Mice and Men, which was very popular at the time; it features a giant, dimwitted cat named "Benny", who wants Sylvester, whom he calls "George", to help him catch a mouse to "hug and pet." Mel Blanc voices Sylvester and Stan Freberg voices Bennythumb|300px|right
- On the ABC airing of this cartoon, the very end where Sylvester is shown disheveled and dazed after the dynamite in his burlap sack explodes is cut with a fake iris-out and ending music before the explosion cloud settles.
- On the CBS airing of this cartoon, the part where Sylvester hits Benny over the head with a sledgehammer (with the sledgehammer crumbling and Benny feeling no pain from being hit) was cut.