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Sylvester's trademark is his sloppy and yet stridulating lisp. In his autobiography, That's Not All Folks!, voice actor Mel Blanc stated that Sylvester's voice is identical to his voice for Daffy Duck, only not sped up in post-production, plus the even more exaggerated slobbery lisp. Conventional wisdom is that Daffy's lisp, and hence also Sylvester's, were based on the lisp of producer Leon Schlesinger. However, Blanc made no such claim. He said that Daffy's lisp was based on him having a long beak and that he borrowed the voice for Sylvester.[3] He also said that Sylvester's voice was very much like his own, excluding the lisp (his son Noel Blanc has also confirmed this). In addition, director Bob Clampett, in a 1970 Funnyworld interview, agreed with Blanc's account concerning Schlesinger.[4]

In many cartoons, Sylvester is shown intentionally sticking out his tongue while speaking, putting emphasis that the lisp is intentional. Sylvester is also known for spraying people he's talking to with the saliva from his lisping, which is a trait rarely shared by Daffy. A common gag used for both Sylvester and Daffy is a tendency to go on a long rant, complaining about a subject and then ending it by saying "sakes."

Sylvester predecessors appeared from 1941-1944. "Notes to You" was the first. It was remade in color in one of Sylvester's cartoons, "Back Alley Oproar". "The Hep Cat" features another version, as well as "Birdy and the Beast", which features Tweety Bird.

To emphasize the lisp, as with Daffy's catchphrase "You're desthpicable", Sylvester's trademark exclamation is "Sufferin' succotash!", which is said to be a minced oath of "Suffering Savior". (Daffy also says "Sufferin' succotash!" from time to time in "Ain't That Ducky", "Baby Bottleneck", "His Bitter Half", "Hollywood Daffy", "The Great Piggy Bank Robbery", "Daffy Dilly", "Fiesta Fiasco", "Skyscraper Caper", "You Were Never Duckier", and "Duck Dodgers Jr.")

Before Sylvester's appearance in the cartoons, Blanc voiced a character named Sylvester on The Judy Canova Show using the voice that would eventually become associated with the cat.

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- Le lapin court seul, il suffit de toucher l'écran pour le sauter.
- Collecter des pièces.
- Ne touchez pas le poisson, le poison, les brochettes et la bombe.
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