A Spanish cat is more interested in playing flamenco guitar than trying to catch the mouse El Magnifico (Jerry). Tom arrives from the States with world champion mouse-catching credentials ... See full summary »
The baby is left alone with a sitter, and Tom and Jerry are raiding the kitchen and, since the sitter is spending all her time on the phone, watching over the baby, who seems amazingly ... See full summary »
When a duck hatches from the egg underneath Tom, he is convinced he is his mother. Tom thinks that he would like to eat the newborn duck, but Jerry shows him the truth while saving him from being eaten.
A Spanish cat is more interested in playing flamenco guitar than trying to catch the mouse El Magnifico (Jerry). Tom arrives from the States with world champion mouse-catching credentials to have a go. He quickly catches El Magnifico, but the mouse keeps returning. Then Tom acts as the bull, succumbing to Jerry's matador. Both Tom and Jerry speak (in Spanish). Written by
Jon Reeves <email@example.com>
Even with the predictable story, Mucho Mouse is very entertaining
As people may already know, I am a fan of Tom and Jerry. I personally wouldn't consider Mucho Mouse one of the best, the story is a little too predictable and the cartoon is a little too short so those brings it down a notch. However, there are some great sight gags and writing and Jerry is a joy to behold, so the cartoon is never less than entertaining.
Mucho Mouse also goes at a cracking pace, and the characters are delightful. Tom is good, but it is actually Jerry who steals the show. The animation is beautifully done, especially in the colours and backgrounds. The music is also outstanding, I loved the flamenco-rhythms, which added to the cartoon's setting and authenticity.
All in all, a very entertaining cartoon without being one of the best. 8/10 Bethany Cox
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