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Mice Follies (1954)

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Jerry and his friends flood the kitchen, then use the freezer to turn it into a skating rink. Even though Tom finds a pair of ice skates, the mice have no problem out maneuvering him.

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Jerry and his friends flood the kitchen, then use the freezer to turn it into a skating rink. Even though Tom finds a pair of ice skates, the mice have no problem out maneuvering him.

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Entertaining Tom and Jerry cartoon
17 July 2004 | by (The Hague, Netherlands) – See all my reviews

'Mice Follies' is an entertaining short with Tom, Jerry and a second mouse. Jerry floods the kitchen together with another mouse. After this they use the freezer to change the flooded kitchen into an ice skating rink. When Jerry and the other mouse want to do some ice dancing Tom finds out what they are doing and is causing them some trouble. He even finds some ice skates to catch both the mice.

This short is animated pretty well and never bored me. In fact, I found myself smiling constantly and there is one very big laugh. Tom on his ice skates knows how to pass a lot of furniture without hitting them, is very happy about that, but misses one little thing. This gag plays with perfect timing. The ending, although predictable, is quite good as well. Worth watching.


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