Tweety's High-Flying Adventure


Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family / Musical

Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled47%
IMDb Rating5.710784

Plot summary

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Top cast

Jim Cummings Photo
Jim Cummings as Rocky / Tasmanian Devil / Yosemite Sam / Cool Cat / Hubie / Additional Voices
Frank Welker Photo
Frank Welker as Hector the Bulldog / Hugo the Abominable Snowman / Mugsy / Penelope Pussycat
Tress MacNeille Photo
Tress MacNeille as Airplane Worker / Prissy / Queen of England / Additional Voices
Rob Paulsen Photo
Rob Paulsen as Casino Cat / Ship Crewman / Sphinx
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659.99 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 11 min
P/S 1 / 2
1.2 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 11 min
P/S 0 / 5

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by dudeguy-295366 / 10

It's ok

Tweety's High Flying Adventure is a direct-to-video Looney Tunes movie that's nothing special at all. It's about Tweety being challenged to fly around the world (to help with Granny) while Sylvester is constantly after him in every country he travels to. And in most countries, we see the other Looney Tunes characters like Bugs and Daffy, Yosemite Sam, and The Tasmanian Devil which are just about all seemingly absent from knowing each other unfortunately. I did like how it's actually a movie atleast unlike The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie and Daffy's Fantastic Island, some of the slapstick humor was nice every now and then, how Tweety meets someone he likes near the end of the movie, and how Lola Bunny returns from Space Jam, and the animation was alright. But for the downs, other than the Looney Tunes not knowing each other, the whole adventure goes on for too long with quite some filler at times, and the whole cat scene kinda rips off The Aristocats, and Wile E Coyote gets only a few seconds of his role. So yeah, this movie is ok. Kids will enjoy it, but older kids who are fans of the Looney Tunes will be meh with it.

Reviewed by wbwolf5 / 10

Confusing and forced

It's obvious from the get go that the latest direct to video offering that some serious troubles plauged this project. Produced by the same team that made the "Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries" TV series, we know these guys can do quality work. Sadly, it is not on display here. The video starts off with a contrived plot, when Col. Rimfire (long time nemesis to Cool Cat who was a mid 1960s Looney Tunes character and a favorite cameo in SaTM) challenged Granny (inexplicably in London) that Tweety can out smart 80 cats and fly around the world in 80 days. We also get a subplot that Col. Rimfire fortunes when Granny wins the bet will go to saving an adjecent park. Why the park needs saving is never explained, but doesn't really matter.

This sets off the main body of the video, where Tweety travels from place to place, outsmarting the local cat population and Sylvester to boot. Somehow there is an additional subplot of a London thug wanting to steal Tweety's royal passport. This again is never really developed and seems tacked on. Mostly we have Tweety traveling from place to place and encountering a range of Looney Tunes characters (Bugs and Daffy in the Swiss Alps, Pepe Le Pew in Paris, Pete Puma in Africa, Rocky and Mugsy in Rio de Jenerio and so on). It should also be noted that Lola Bunny makes her first fully animated appearance (as opposed to Space Jam) as a news anchor.

But it is Tweety's travels that the real weakness of the piece shows up. The trip first of all makes no logical order. Tweety is suppose to go from London and back in 80 days. Yet, he goes from London to Switzerland and then back to Paris, then "Africa" to Egypt to Tibet to South America (!) then back to Yokohama then to Australia then to San Francisco to Las Vegas to Pittsburgh to Chicago to New York then finally back to London. This haphazard plotting is made worse by a number of animation mistakes that made it into the final print. Some were covered by ADR. The most noticable example was when Sylvester is chasing Hubie and Bertie (two mice) on a ship. Sylvester gets hit in the face with a frying pan, but after the cut back the frying pan is gone. In the soundtrack you hear Hubie noting, "Don't ask me what happened to the frying pan." The end result is an entirely rushed and under budget product.

Not that the source material was that great to start off with. Tweety, one of my least favorite LT characters, is even more unappealing in this piece, given a lot of very lame lines. The new characters, Aooogah, a female canary that Tweety saves in Tibet, is really cipher; nothing more than someone for Tweety to save. Thankfully, this piece has a minimum of songs, but even the normally reliable Randy Rogel can't do anything interesting here. The same can be said of the voice acting. Joe Alasky (the voice of Tweety, Sylvester and Daffy Duck) is fine in his core roles, but he is far overused, doing characters he's not used to doing and it shows.

Overall, this is a piece that might've been interesting, but instead went horribly wrong.

Reviewed by GOWBTW10 / 10

High Flying fun!

Out of all the Looney Tunes possible, Tweety deserve a chance in a adventure. He gets to go on a bet to save a park made by Col. Rimfire. Granny(June Foray) is always confident on what Tweety can do, but beware of Sylvester The Cat, he always had his beady eyes on that canary, however when Tweety had to get 80 paw-prints, Sylvester must prevent the other cats from having him. Going from country to country is a risky, yet fun task for Tweety, then he meets this other lady canary named Aoogah! Sounds funny, but that's her name. She helps a lot through the trek and keeps Sylvester at bay. Other than that conniving feline, there's this thief who stole a Royal Passport resembles The Shropshire Slasher! He gets the passport, but should kept track on where he places his fish-n-chips. Friends and foes sing along, but it's always the hero who makes all the way. If it hasn't been for Aoogah, Tweety would have tasted defeat, and would have been chow for Sylvester. If it haven't been for Sylvester, Tweety would have been chow for the other cats. A very fun, but moving cartoon, way too fun for commercial interruptions. I don't need that. Rating 5 Stars!

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