Tom chases Jerry into a fish cannery; they get sealed into cans. Tom breaks out, but falls off a pier as the cans roll under him. A shark chases him out of the water; Tom drops an anchor on the shark. Meanwhile, Jerry has been hopping in his can; Tom opens it, and puts his finger in, which Jerry bites. Jerry tricks Tom into falling off the end of another pier, and right into the shark's path again. The shark manages to get Tom into a very precarious position, barely holding the jaws apart. Jerry takes pity, and dumps a shaker full of pepper into the shark, which ends up on the processing line and stuffed into a huge can. Tom is unrepentant, so Jerry tricks him with a fake shark fin. Written by
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The title refers to the 1945 novel 'Cannery Row' by American author John Steinbeck
. It was published in 1945. Cannery Row takes place on a small fictional street lined with sardine fisheries in Monterey known as Cannery Row. See more
Just after Jerry Mouse poured a jar of pepper, into the wide opened mouth of a very hungry shark, that was very close to eating Tom Cat. The shark was eventually canned. However, Tom was not thankful of being rescued, and when he returned to Jerry. Red devil horns were on Tom's head popped Jerry's halo, of doing an angelic good deed. Then, Jerry escaped from Tom, by diving into the sea. Shortly after escaping, red devil horns are now on Jerry's head. As his way of revenge and heavily scare Tom, Jerry swims barely underwater and directly towards Tom. Jerry is now holding a fake fin of a shark, making Tom think it is another shark! As Jerry starts chasing Tom and Tom runs away extremely quick, then the Closing Credits musical clip begins. See more
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