Feline "Jasper" is given an ultimatum by his master: break one more thing and you're out! Rodent Jerry does his best to make sure that his tormentor "gets the boot". Written by
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Tom & Jerry were originally named "Jasper & Jinx" by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. Only Tom was ever identified on-screen by his original name ("Jasper"). The name Jinx was used by H&B in their television cartoon about the mice Pixie and Dixie and their adversary the feline Mr. Jinx. See more »
A great first appearance of the famous cat and mouse duo
I always wonder what was Tom & Jerry's first cartoon ever; and now I know, that it is this short, it is a great first appearance of the famous cat and mouse duo; though in this short they are known as Jasper & Jinks.
Mammy Two-Shoes always cracks me up (not to be racial and stereotypical here,so don't worry folks) with the "O-W-T - Out!" and I also love the squeaky prayers of Jerry/Jinks too (it is SO cute). If anyone wonders which version of Tom & Jerry, that I love the most, it is Tom & Jerry from Hanna/Barbera (1940-1958); and from Looney Tunes animator Chuck Jones (1963-1967).
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