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Tom Cat (Character)
from Cannery Rodent (1967)

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Tom and Jerry: The Movie (1992)
Puggsy: What's your names?
Tom: I'm Tom.
Jerry: I'm Jerry.
Tom, Jerry: [look at each other] You talk!
Tom: Well sure I talk, what do you think I am, a dummy?
Jerry: You said it, I didn't.
Tom: Hey, you little pipsqueak, I oughtta - Hey! How come you never spoke before?
Jerry: I didn't have anything I wanted to say that I thought you'd understand, and there still isn't!
Tom: All Right, that does it, you little - Boy you get me angry!
Puggsy: Uh uh uh, it's like I told you, you guys have got to learn to be friends.

Puggsy: [in Dr. Applecheek's dog pound] Well well well...
Tom: Puggsy, Frankie!
Jerry: What're you guys doing here?
Puggsy: The stray catchers finally got me, so I ain't perfect all the time.
Frankie da Flea: I've been telling you that for years.
Puggsy: How'd you guys get stuck in a fix like this?
Tom: We met this little orphan girl.
Jerry: Her name's Robyn.
Tom: Only she's not an orphan.
Jerry: Her father's alive!
Tom: Yeah, but she don't know it.
Puggsy: What? What are you guys talking about?
Jerry: Her Aunt Figg got us before we could tell her.
Tom: We've got to bust out of here, the kid's gotta know!
Jerry: Sure, but how?
Puggsy: Somebody's got to get over there and press the buttons on the control panel.

Tom: [looking for Jerry after the cabin burnt down] Oh, Jerry, Jerry where are ya? Don't leave me little buddy, you just gotta be here.
[Jerry reveals to the viewers that he is standing behind him on a piece of the cabin]
Tom: What would I do without ya? You were the best pal a guy could ever have! Oh, please be alive! I promise ya... uh... uh...
Jerry: All the cheese I can eat?
Tom: Yeah, all the cheese you can eat.
Jerry: And no more traps?
Tom: No more traps.
Jerry: And no tricks?
Tom: No tricks.
Jerry: That's a promise?
Tom: That's a...
[realizes Jerry is behind him, grabs him]
Tom: Ooh... I'm gonna. Why, you little...!

Jerry: You okay, pal?
Tom: Yeah, but don't call me pal.

Robyn Starling: He's alive? My daddy's alive? I've got to go find him, it'll be cold in Tibet, I'm gonna wear a hat.
Jerry: Tibet?
Robyn Starling: That's where my daddy is, that's where I'm going.
Tom: Do you have any idea where Tibet is?
Robyn Starling: No.
[ties up bedsheets]
Jerry: It's way way way out there.
Tom: Over the river.
Jerry: Over the hills, it's past Cleveland.
Robyn Starling: [hands Tom the sheets] Here, Tom, throw this out the window.

Robyn Starling: I'm an orphan, my mother died when I was a baby.
Jerry: What about your father? What happened to him?
Robyn Starling: My father was on an expedition climbing in the mountains when the snow gave way in a, a...
Tom: Avalanche?
Robyn Starling: Uh huh, and he was the most wonderful father in the world. He had his own special place just for the two of us, and...
Jerry: And that's where you were going?
Robyn Starling: Uh huh, and to get away from my Aunt Figg. She's not really my aunt, just my guardian, she's taken over the house, she moved my room to the attic and gave my room to her dog, Ferdinand.
Tom: Ferdinand?
Robyn Starling: Aunt Figg was always calling me orphan. She even stole my locket and threw it out the window, but I climbed down and found it...
Jerry: And kept on running.
Robyn Starling: As fast as I could, and I'm never going back.


Quiet Please! (1945)
Tom: [singing to Spike to the tune of Brahms's Lullaby] Go to sleep, go to sleep. Close your big blood shot eyes. You're a dope, and you're a lump, and I hope you don't wake up!

Tom: [reading under his breath] "To Tom: My favorite cat I leave my sole earthly posession..."
[out loud]
Tom: One custard pie? Let me have it!
[Jerry lets him have it all right]


Solid Serenade (1946)
Tom: [first lines]
Tom: [singing] I got a gal who's always late / Anytime we have a date. / But I love her. / I'm gonna ask her / Is you is or is you ain't my baby? / The way you acting lately makes me down. / You is still my baby, baby. / Seems my flame in your heart's done gone out. / A woman is a creature that's always been strange. / Just when you're sure of one / You find she's gone and made a change. / Is you is or is you ain't my baby? / Maybe baby's found somebody new. / Or is my baby still my baby true?

Tom: [last lines]
Tom: [speaking like French actor Charles Boyer] Ah, I love you! Ah, you set my soul on fire. It is not just a little spark. It is a flame, a big, roaring flame! Ah, I can feel it now.
Tom: [Tom then realizes he is holding Killer, the bulldog, not his cat girlfriend]


The Zoot Cat (1944)
Tom Cat: [Imitating Charles Boyer] Ah, I love you. When I'm with you, I am what you call, uh, a hep cat. I am hip to the jive. I'm in the groove, darling.
Toots: Now you're REALLY sendin' me, Jackson.
Tom Cat: Ah, you set my soul on fire. It is not just a little, uh, spark. It is a flame; a big roaring flame. Ah, I can feel it now. It is burning... burning... burning... hey. Something is burning around here !