Tom sells Jerry to a local pet story that's buying white mice. Yes, Jerry's brown, but a little paint fixes that. The lady of the house finds the money Tom got and uses it to buy a cute ...
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Jerry rescues a bag of puppies from the river. Most of them run away as soon as Jerry releases them, but one stays behind. Jerry tries to get rid of it, but ultimately takes pity and ... See full summary »
The Bide-a-wee Mouse Home sends two orphans over for a hike with Scoutmaster Jerry. Trouble is, the orphans, dressed as Indians, want to shoot arrows and tomahawk-chop everything in sight, ... See full summary »
Spike explains to his son the rules of being a dog: 1: be man's best friend (begging, lying at feet); 2: bury bones; 3: chase cats. Just then, Tom (and Jerry) run by, offering the perfect ... See full summary »
Tom designs a better mousetrap that would have made Rube Goldberg jealous. While he sleeps, the mouse that Tom drew wakes Jerry and they get chased by the cat Tom drew. As Tom awakes, they ... See full summary »
Spike has just put Tyke to bed for his nap when Tom and Jerry chase out the door to Tyke's crib, waking him up. This gives Tyke an attack of hiccups. Spike warns Tom not to wake him up ... See full summary »
Jerry removes a tack from Spike's paw. In gratitude, Spike gives Jerry a bell to ring when he's in trouble. Soon, Tom is acting as Jerry's servant. But then the city passes a leash law, and... See full summary »
Jerry's little duckling friend is depressed because he's just read The Ugly Duckling and thinks that he's ugly. Jerry does his best to help. Tom gets involved when the suicidal duck offers ... See full summary »
Tom sells Jerry to a local pet story that's buying white mice. Yes, Jerry's brown, but a little paint fixes that. The lady of the house finds the money Tom got and uses it to buy a cute white mouse. Jerry shows off acrobatics and dancing. Tom washes off Jerry's paint, but Jerry keeps finding new ways to become white before his owner can see him. Written by
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It's the average Tom and Jerry fun. I felt it could have had more to it, especially anything instead of that hasty laconic end which I didn't like. Being an average T & J movie at the moment was a sin I suppose. The main team, which made the glory days, was all alive, directors (Joseph Barbera), (William Hanna), musician (Scott Bradley), and being led by producer (Fred Quimby) himself. But sure not all the works of one group of artists had to be all classics.
Many thoughts come to my mind whenever I see the housewife of the old T & G's shorts, the one with the never-seen face. The thing is she always has very thin, and I mean very thin, waist. Not to mention her blown skirt, with the well-mannered language. Back then the figure of the woman had to be just one all along. While the opposite is exclusive for the black servant (nothing but fat and bitchy!). I believe that's why the word "mold" doesn't differ much from the word "mould" !
Anyway, did you hear the voice of her this time? Oh God. The surprise just hit me; it is (Amy Adams) !
True I knew later that it's the voice of actress (June Foray), who vocally played the lady along with numerous characters in old cartoons, but according to the striking similarity between the 2 voices you'll bet that (Adams) traveled in time to make it then returned. Here's something for the sci-fi mysteries writers to inspire !
If you skipped this one you wouldn't lose much. It's interesting only for that resemblance. Whether it's (Adams) or (Foray) that smooth tender tone is so sexy. It's something to enjoy, and remember this movie for.
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