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The Easter bunny brings an egg for Tom and Jerry that hatches into the little duckling. He keeps getting into water he shouldn't: the aquarium, water cooler, bathtub, sink, as the boys keep rescuing it. They try to give the duck back to the Easter bunny - no go. They leave it in the pond at the park and think they're home free, until the duckling brings his friends home. Written by
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The Easter Bunny delivers a gift to Tom and Jerry one Easter morning - a brightly-colored egg. The two adversaries fight over it, until it hatches on Tom's head. It turns to be "Little Quackers," a tiny yellow duck who has been in a handful of other Tom and Jerry cartoons.
Here, the little guy has two sentences he repeats over and over: "Happy Easter" and "Oh, boy!" He says the latter each time he sees a "swimming pool" such as Tom's milk dish, or the household aquarium. the water cooler, the bat tub, etc.
Neither Tom nor Jerry are thrilled with this little duck, and they follow him around, get wet a number of times and try to get rid of the duck. They come up with a good plan, but the duck has the last laugh at the end, which is cute. It's refreshing to see Tom and Jerry on the same page, for a change. Overall, not a lot of yuks but a very charming cartoon and definitely recommended.
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