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Robin Hoodwinked (1958)

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Tom Cat guards Robin Hood's prison cell; Jerry Mouse and his diaper-wearing friend intend to be Robin's rescuers.

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Uncredited cast:
Tuffy (voice) (uncredited)
Bill Thompson ...
Little John (voice) (uncredited)


Jerry and a friend overhear that Robin Hood is imprisoned; they set off to free him, but first they have to contend with his guard, Tom. Unlike most Tom & Jerry cartoons, there's dialogue, but none spoken by either Tom or Jerry. Written by Jon Reeves <>

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robin hood | guard | prison | cat | mouse | See more »






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6 June 1958 (USA)  »

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2.35 : 1
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The last appearance of Tuffy (known earlier as Nibbles). See more »


Follows The Flying Cat (1951) See more »

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This one prominently features the Artist Formerly Known As Nibbles.
24 August 2003 | by (Tucson AZ) – See all my reviews

This cartoon features the little mouse who was initially named Nibbles, a name that was changed to Tuffy at some point (probably when he became an action hero or shortly thereafter) by the powers that be. Nibbles (excuse me, Tuffy) speaks a great deal here, in order to move the plot along, but, while the dialogue is often funny, after a while, you wish the part had gone to Marcel Marceau. Failing that, at least elocution lessons would seem to have been advisable. Cute cartoon along the lines of the Mouseketeer series, one which has a cautionary warning on the dangers of strong spirits, which may lead the consumer to break out in song at inopportune moments, as well as neglecting to be aware of their surroundings. Well worth watching. Most recommended.

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