George gives Joan a baby duck for her birthday. While they are out celebrating, Tom goes after the duck but his plans are thwarted when the duck (and, later, Jerry) finds a jar of vanishing... See full summary »
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George gives Joan a baby duck for her birthday. While they are out celebrating, Tom goes after the duck but his plans are thwarted when the duck (and, later, Jerry) finds a jar of vanishing cream and uses it to well, vanish, and get even with Tom (for a while, at least). Written by
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When Jerry opens up one of the electrical outlet boxes before tripping Tom with the chord, the wires attached to the electrical outlet are green. The electrical wires attached to the outlet should be white and black. See more »
The Vanishing Duck was a pretty funny latter-day Tom & Jerry Cartoon
This was one of the later Tom & Jerry cartoons made by their creators, William Hanna & Joseph Barbera, before the M-G-M cartoon studio temporary closed and Hanna-Barbera formed their own production company. A little duckling, Little Quacker, is the gift of a hubby to his spouse. As they leave on the town, the cat starts chasing after him. Jerry gets in on the fun when he and the duck see some vanishing cream...This was quite a funny cartoon for the late period even though by this time the animation wasn't as creative. So on that note, The Vanishing Duck is worth a look. P.S. The wife's voice was done by the immensely talented June Foray and the hubby's was that of George O'Hanlon who doesn't sound any different from his later George Jetson he did for that team I mentioned. I always thought the duck's voice was the same as the one for Donald at Disney but he's not Clarence Nash but Red Coffey.
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