Hubie and Bertie are a pair of cartoon mice created by Chuck Jones for the Looney Tunes cartoons in 1943. Introduced in the short The Ariso-Cat, the template for their cartoons typically had them tormenting a larger, yet naive character, usually Claude Cat. The distinguishing characteristics between the two lie in their designs and voices - Hubie speaks with a Brooklyn accent, while Bertie has large buck teeth and frequently responds "Yeah-yeah, sure-sure!" to his companion. Jones ultimately made only seven films with the characters from 1943 to 1951, but like many of his creations, Hubie and Bertie would reappear in several newer Looney Tunes projects long after the original shorts ceased production.