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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: At the end, the executioner mouse takes off his hood and does an imitation of newsreader Lew Lehr saying, "Pussycats iz da KWAAAAAY-ziest peepels!!!"



* YouHaveToBelieveMe: The trope that drives all 3 shorts in the trilogy, tho at least in this one Porky finally gets it (albeit only once the mice have him completely tied up and on the way to his execution).

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* YouHaveToBelieveMe: The trope that drives all 3 three shorts in the trilogy, tho at least in this one Porky finally gets it (albeit only once the mice have him completely tied up and on the way to his execution).execution).
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* MalevolentMice: The mice who take up residence in Porky and Sylvester's new home are vicious, heartless murderers.


* TheVoiceless: Sylvester notably does not speak in this short.

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* TheVoiceless: Sylvester notably does not speak in this short.short.
* YouHaveToBelieveMe: The trope that drives all 3 shorts in the trilogy, tho at least in this one Porky finally gets it (albeit only once the mice have him completely tied up and on the way to his execution).


Scaredy Cat is a 1948 ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' cartoon short featuring Sylvester and Porky Pig directed by Creator/ChuckJones. The short is the first of the Porky/Sylvester "horror vacation" trilogy, followed by ''WesternAnimation/ClawsForAlarm'' in 1954 and ''Jumpin' Jupiter'' in 1955.

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Scaredy Cat "Scaredy Cat" is a 1948 ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' cartoon short featuring Sylvester and Porky Pig directed by Creator/ChuckJones. The short is the first of the Porky/Sylvester "horror vacation" trilogy, followed by ''WesternAnimation/ClawsForAlarm'' in 1954 and ''Jumpin' Jupiter'' in 1955.



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* CruelTwistEnding: After Sylvester saves Porky, the executioner mouse appears, and bludgeons Sylvester with a mallet.

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* CruelTwistEnding: After Sylvester saves Porky, the executioner mouse appears, and bludgeons Sylvester with a mallet. Though there's certainly plenty of room to indicate that our two main characters will be fine, as the mouse only got Sylvester, he's only knocked out, and he recovered from far worse already.


Scaredy Cat is a 1948 ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' cartoon short featuring Sylvester and Porky Pig directed by Creator/ChuckJones. The short is the first of three Porky/Sylvester pairings with similar plots, followed by ''WesternAnimation/ClawsForAlarm'' in 1954 and ''Jumpin' Jupiter'' in 1955.

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Scaredy Cat is a 1948 ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' cartoon short featuring Sylvester and Porky Pig directed by Creator/ChuckJones. The short is the first of three the Porky/Sylvester pairings with similar plots, "horror vacation" trilogy, followed by ''WesternAnimation/ClawsForAlarm'' in 1954 and ''Jumpin' Jupiter'' in 1955.


Scaredy Cat is a 1948 ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' cartoon short featuring Sylvester and Porky Pig directed by Creator/ChuckJones. The short is the first of three Porky/Sylvester pairings with similar plots, followed by ''Claws for Alarm'' in 1954, and ''Jumpin' Jupiter'' in 1955.

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Scaredy Cat is a 1948 ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' cartoon short featuring Sylvester and Porky Pig directed by Creator/ChuckJones. The short is the first of three Porky/Sylvester pairings with similar plots, followed by ''Claws for Alarm'' ''WesternAnimation/ClawsForAlarm'' in 1954, 1954 and ''Jumpin' Jupiter'' in 1955.


Scaredy Cat is a 1948 ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' cartoon short featuring Sylvester and Porky Pig directed by Creator/ChuckJones.

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Scaredy Cat is a 1948 ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' cartoon short featuring Sylvester and Porky Pig directed by Creator/ChuckJones.
Creator/ChuckJones. The short is the first of three Porky/Sylvester pairings with similar plots, followed by ''Claws for Alarm'' in 1954, and ''Jumpin' Jupiter'' in 1955.

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: At the end, the executioner mouse takes off his hood and does an imitation of newsreader Lew Lehr saying, "Pussycats iz da KWAAAAAY-ziest peepels!!!"

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* HeartBeatsOutOfChest: A variant occurs after Sylvester witnesses the killer mice carting away a tied-up cat: his heart visibly pounds in his throat but only stretches it from side-to-side instead of forward.


* ColorFailure: After being lowered into the basement, Sylvester comes out white from the shock.



* ThroughAFaceFullOfFur: After being lowered into the basement, Sylvester comes out white from the shock.


* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: Sylvester runs away after the mice capture Porky. Fortunately, his guardian angel convinces him to return.



* TookALevelInBadass: After his guardian angel inspires him to save Porkey, he uproots a freaking tree, and single handedly destroys that death cult to save his master.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: Sylvester runs away after the mice capture Porky. Fortunately, his guardian angel convinces him to return.

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* TookALevelInBadass: After his guardian angel inspires him to save Porkey, Porky, he uproots a freaking tree, and single handedly destroys that death cult to save his master.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: Sylvester runs away after the mice capture Porky. Fortunately, his guardian angel convinces him to return.
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* PossessionPresumesGuilt: Sylvester catches an [[AnvilOnHead anvil]] aimed for a sleeping Porky Pig. When Porky wakes up, he sees Sylvester holding the anvil above him and assumes the cat is up to no good. Justified, as Porky previously saw Sylvester's previous attempts to warn him of the killer mice as causing trouble.


The plot begins with Porky Pig and his pet cat Sylvester arriving at their new house in the middle of the night to which Sylvester finds scary. But as the unfazed Porky only wants to get a good night’s sleep the easily frightened Sylvester discovers that a cult of murderous mice inhabit their new house and plan to make the new owners their next victims.

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The plot begins with Porky Pig and his pet cat Sylvester arriving at their new house in the middle of the night to night, which Sylvester finds scary. But as the unfazed Porky only wants to get a good night’s sleep the easily frightened Sylvester discovers that a cult of murderous mice inhabit their new house and plan to make the new owners their next victims.

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* CruelTwistEnding: After Sylvester saves Porky, the executioner mouse appears, and bludgeons Sylvester with a mallet.

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