|The Brave Little Bat|
The Brave Little Bat is a 1941 Merrie Melodies cartoon.
Sniffles' car breaks down, so he takes refuge in an old windmill. The keeper of the windmill is a talkative bat which is similar to Sniffles. There also happens to be a cat with a hungry appetite which attempts to devour Sniffles, and the bat saves the mouse from the cat at every turn.
- This is the final cartoon where Margaret Hill-Talbot voices Sniffles, as beginning with the next Sniffles cartoon The Unbearable Bear (1943), Marjorie Tarlton, who voices the talkative bat in this cartoon, takes over as the voice of Sniffles.
- This is also the final Sniffles cartoon with the Disney-esque cutesy direction and slow-pacing. Beginning with The Unbearable Bear, the Sniffles cartoons are faster-paced more comedic in tone, due to director Chuck Jones moving out of his Disney-esque phase in the early-to-mid-1940s. Sniffles would continue to appear in three more cartoons after this before he has been retired for good in 1946.
- VHS - Viddy-Oh! For Kids Cartoon Festivals: Sniffles the Mouse Cartoon Festival Featuring "Sniffles Bells the Cat"
- Blu-ray, DVD - Looney Tunes Mouse Chronicles: The Chuck Jones Collection, Disc 1