The Cat Who Knew Too Much
The Cat Who Knew Too Much
Series: The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries
Season: 1
Episode No. 1
Directed By: James T. Walker
Written By: Tim Cahill
Julie McNally
Released: September 9, 1995[1]
Previous: None
Next: Platinum Wheel of Fortune

The Cat Who Knew Too Much is the first episode of The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries.


The title is a play on the 1934 Alfred Hitchcock thriller The Man Who Knew Too Much.



Granny has started a detective agency, with the help of Sylvester and Tweety. The mysteries take them all around the world. Sylvester is still attempting to eat Tweety, but sometimes they are allies.


  • Granny is seen reading Gone with the Wind at the start of the episode.
  • Louie Z. Anna entered Daffy Duck in last year's contest, as seen in the photo Granny finds. In the photo, Daffy is coated entirely in yellow coloring.
  • Louie Z. Anna's character design closely resembles those of Colonel Shuffle.

    Daffy and Louie Z. Anna

  • Rocky and Mugsy also made an appearance helping the other two bad guys.
  • June Foray, who at this point of her life couldn't sing, had to sing in this episode. As such, the recording took a while and Warner Bros. made sure to not give her any more singing roles.[2]
  • When Louie refers to Granny as "cher," a French endearment, Granny thinks she is being compared to the pop singer Cher.


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