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The Invisible Mouse (1947)

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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Die unsichtbare Maus  »

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Goofs

Jerry sets Tom's left foot on fire, but Tom puts his right foot into the fishbowl to dowse the flame. See more »

Crazy Credits

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 Push-Button Kitty (1952) See more »

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Here's to the Girls
Music by Roger Edens
Lyrics by Arthur Freed
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Its brilliance is definitely visible!
5 August 2001 | by (Thatcham, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

In one of the usual chases between Tom and Jerry, the latter jumps into a bottle of invisible ink and becomes invisible; he then proceeds to have some fun at Tom's expense. This is a fantastic cartoon, with tons of gags (albeit mostly violent ones, but since when did cats and mice use tact?) and a frenetic pace. Recommended. (Mind you, here's a puzzle: Jerry dives head-first into the bottle of invisible ink, so how come when he emerges it's the BOTTOM half of him that is invisible?)


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