Police Artist

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Tweety prompt

“Freleng, we have Mr. Sylvester on the phone. He’s going to give you a description of the suspect.”

“Got it, Chief. Good morning, Mr. Sylvester. My name is Friz. Let’s start with the shape of the suspect’s face and then add any distinguishing features.

Large, round head . . . good, good. Chubby cheeks, large blue eyes, tiny body, orange lips . . . got it. Huge feet, like a clown? And they’re orange too? What else? Appears to have jaundice—entire face and body is yellow.

Chief, here’s what I have so far.”

image courtesy of Wikipedia
image courtesy of Wikipedia

“Freleng, you’ll never make it as a police artist.”

17 Comments on “Police Artist

  1. Hehe.. His job sure is in jeopardy! To give him the benefit of the doubt, from his side he did great as per the description! 🙂 Great story..


  2. Dear Rumplestilskins,
    I taht I read funny story. I did I did read a funny story and an amusing tribute to Kansas City born Friz Feleng. Nice one!


  3. Friz Freleng may not have made it as a a police artist but he didn’t do badly later on as a cartoonist. Very funny homage to one of the greats, Russell, though it ‘bugs’ me that some people won’t get this! Thanks, Doc!


  4. This is my FAVOURITE of yours ever, Russell. Mind you, when they arrest Tweetie, he’ll say he’s a witness – he tawt he taw a puddy tat!


    • Well, thank you. That’s very sweet. When I saw the yellow crayon Tweety immediately came to mind. Poor Sylvester always got the short end of the stick in that deal.


  5. Hi Russell,
    Congrats on 38 years of marriage. That’s a real life accomplishment. It was fun to see the photos. As to your story this week, I think the police got it wrong. I thought I saw a puddy tat. Ron


  6. friz was my second favorite cartoon director behind chuck jones. friz was a master of physical comedy/slapstick. i like jones a touch better because of the witty dialogue and humor he added to bugs, tom and jerry, and others. well done.


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