Kitty Kornered is a 1946 Looney Tunes cartoon, directed by Robert Clampett, produced by Edward Selzer and released by Warner Bros. Pictures. Considered among Clampett's best and wackiest films, Kitty Kornered was Clampett's final cartoon starring his longtime star Porky Pig (although he made a cameo in Clampett's next cartoon The Great Piggy Bank Robbery as a streetcar driver), and marks the only appearance of the (then unnamed) Sylvester the cat in a Clampett-directed cartoon and only one of two times Sylvester spoke in a Porky Pig cartoon. It was also the first appearance of Sylvester in the Looney Tunes series. Also, this is the only cartoon where Sylvester has yellow eyes and a black nose.
- Brother pussycats! We've been skidded out, scooted out, backed out and booted out! But tonight, we was scared out! It's unhospitabitatble, and furthermore, it's un-cat-stitutional!
- Sylvester: Are we men, or are we mice?
- Tiny Cat: I like cheese.
- Sylvester: [as he smacks the tiny cat] Smack! Aha! I think I've got it.
- Tiny Cat: The cheese?
- Sylvester: [as he smacks him] Smack!
- [last lines; the cats have thrown Porky into the snow]
- Porky Pig: Pardon me, but d-d-does anyone in the audience kn-know somebody who kn-knows somebody that has a house to rent?
- Mel Blanc as Porky Pig / Sylvester / Small Cat / Tiny Cat / Drunk Cat / Goldfish Wife / Moose / Narrator.
- Robert Clampett as Vocal Talents. (uncredited)