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The Invisible Mouse (1947)

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Tom chases Jerry into a bottle of invisible ink, and Jerry then proceeds to have fun torturing Tom.

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Tom chases Jerry into a bottle of invisible ink, and Jerry then proceeds to have fun torturing Tom.

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27 September 1947 (USA)  »

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After Jerry stops bothering Tom continuously, Tom hears munches while Jerry is eating a banana, Tom discovers Jerry's shadow, while Jerry is still invisible. See more »

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After Jerry hit Spike with a golf club, while Spike was taking a nap, and framing Tom, Jerry then threw the golf club to Tom's paws, as Spike comes up, he sees Tom with the golf club, hitting Tom through-out the conclusion. Then, inside the house, Jerry drinks chocolate milk, as he drinks it he re-appears and can be seen again, his ears make a popping sound, as they appear, completing Jerry Mouse's body re-appearing. Jerry Mouse's body re-appears, lowest from the soles of his feet to the ears on top of his head. Then the closing credits start. See more »

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Followed by Old Rockin' Chair Tom (1948) See more »

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Here's to the Girls
Music by Roger Edens
Lyrics by Arthur Freed
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Drawn Out
7 February 2006 | by (Virginia Beach) – See all my reviews

The basic joke here is simple. These characters -- all cartoon characters of the era -- are drawn on paper with ink. So using "invisible ink" will make a character invisible.

I'm sure this isn't the first cartoon that implicitly plays with the notion that the characters are drawings on a page. (I'd like to know which was the first.) And this is a pretty subtle reference. But we get it without even thinking about it.

Other than that, the chases and such are ordinary, most involving techniques Tom uses to make Jerry visible.

Ted's Evaluation -- 1 of 3: You can find something better to do with this part of your life.


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