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|“||Stay with me, birdie. He'll have to get you over my dead body.||„|
|~ Hector's words in A Street Cat Named Sylvester|
|~ Another Hector's words From Looney Tunes comics Issue #260 in Throw Tweety form the Twain!|
Hector the Bulldog is a bulldog, the pet of Granny, and a supporting character and occasional antagonist in the Looney Tunes franchise. Normally he antagonizes his enemy by nature, Sylvester to spit Tweety out. He is muscle-bound and has gray fur (except for A Street Cat Named Sylvester and Greedy For Tweety where his fur is yellow-ish.)
Hector first appeared in the 1945 short Peck Up Your Troubles paired with Sylvester and a woodpecker. His second appearance was in A Hare Grows in Manhattan. After that, Hector was a minor player in many Sylvester and Tweety cartoons, including 1954's Satan's Waitin the devil. He also has a role in the series, The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries, where Sylvester is constantly outwitting him.