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Tweety is also called "Tweety Bird" or "Tweety Pie." The name is both a play on the word "sweetie" and a reference to the "tweet" sound that birds make.
A real-life Yellow canary
- A (1978 - 1980's)
- a: Blue eyes, no pupils, removable whites of eyes. Blue, Dark blue and Red stems.
- b: Blue eyes, black pupils, removable whites of eyes. Blue, Red and Yellow stems.
- c: Blue Pupils
- B (1980's): Etched and painted eyes (low)
- a: Hinge holes. Blue and yellow stems.
- b: No hinge holes. Blue, Dark blue, Neon red, Red, Teal and Yellow stems.
- C (1992): Flat, stenciled eyes (center). Blue, Dark blue, Neon red, Red and Yellow stems.
- D (1999): Large, decal blue eyes. Neon red and Red stems.
- a: Black lashes, © WARNER BROS. INC. 1980
- b: Black lashes, © WARNER BROS. INC. 1998
- c: Blue lashes, © WBEI (s06)
- E (1999): Cool Looney Tunes "Charming Tweety"
- a: Blue, Neon green stems
- XXX: 2008
- Stem printing: Tweety! with white flowers on pink stem
- Stem printing: Tweety! on light blue stem
- Stem printing: Tweety! with flowers
- F: Looney Tunes Active!
- G: Looney Tunes Active!
- Back in Action "French Tweety"
- World Cup Looney Tunes (2006) - "Football Fan Tweety". I (heart) Soccer printed on red stem.
- 1978 - year*
- See dispenser variations above for individual production years.
Patents & Countries
- 3.4 / Spain
- 3.9 / Austria, China, Hong Kong, Jugoslavia, Yugoslavia
- 4.9 / Austria, China, Hungary, No Country (IMC 1 & 5), Slovenia
- 5.9 / Hungary
- 7.5 /
- Blue, Dark blue, Light blue, Red, Yellow
- See variations for individual dispenser information.