Tom is "killed" while chasing Jerry (as usual). He goes to heaven and meets the cat who meets dead cats boarding the "Heavenly Express." Tom is given one hour to have Jerry sign a letter of...
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A day at the beach. Tom wants to lay in the sand, but his rest is disturbed by Jerry, who walks by to go fishing. Tom ends up falling off the end of the pier as he chases Jerry and lands ... See full summary »
Tom is "killed" while chasing Jerry (as usual). He goes to heaven and meets the cat who meets dead cats boarding the "Heavenly Express." Tom is given one hour to have Jerry sign a letter of forgiveness. If Jerry signs, he goes to heaven; if he doesn't then he goes to hell. Written by
Brian Henke <Cincy43235@aol.com>
The length of Tom's dream and nightmare (after opening credits conclude to a piece of coal popping out of the nearby fireplace, landing on his rear and immediately waking Tom up from his nightmare) is 409 seconds, equaling 6 minutes & 49 seconds. See more »
When the three kittens Fluff, Muff & Puff emerged from the bag that they drowned in, the bag remains behind them on the ground, then it disappears in the next shot. See more »
[as Tom is heavily tempted to bash Jerry with a fireplace shovel for ripping up the certificate of forgiveness]
Attaboy, Tom! Hit him and let's go! Come on!
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Fatally crushed by a piano while pursuing Jerry, Tom must be assessed before being permitted to ride the Heavenly Express; rather than being congratulated for his mouse chasing efforts, he is told that he has one hour to seek Jerry's forgiveness or he will forever be condemned to Hell.
After a couple of fun but relatively uninspired capersThe Little Orphan and Hatch Up Your Troublesit's nice to see the people behind Tom and Jerry at least trying something a little different for a change, even if it isn't a wholly successful idea. The basic premisethat Tom would be punished for all eternity just for following his natural instinctsis admittedly daft, but it's a lot of fun to see Tom begging Jerry to sign his name while the devil (Butch the Bulldog) prepares a bubbling pot of brimstone in Hell.
Of course, it all ends up being a dream, and thus a bit of a cop-out, but it's fun while it lasts. Plus, it has a gag about drowned kittens in a sacknot something you see every day in a cartoon!
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