Jerry's magician friend (cousin?) drops by, levitating Tom. Later, when Jerry is preparing dinner, Tom accidentally grabs the magician, who hypnotizes him. While Tom is under, the magician ... See full summary »
Perhaps because he's grown weary of chasing Jerry, Tom sets his sights on the house's goldfish. But the female goldfish is a friend of Jerry's, and the little mouse has a crush on her. When... See full summary »
Tom is on the canals of Venice, singing opera. He ends up on a cruise ship, where another cat tricks him out of Jerry (who Tom has just caught), then mirrors his every move. Eventually the ... See full summary »
Tom has a nightmare of being pounded by a giant dog. Jerry lures Tom into a series of encounters with the miniature vicious bulldog introduced in _Cat's Me-Ouch, The (1965)_. Tom finally ... See full summary »
Tom chases Jerry through city streets, gets run over by a streetcar (twice), and follows Jerry into a department store. In the toy department, they have some fun with radio-controlled cars ... See full summary »
Tom is chasing Jerry through the back yard. Jerry escapes to a bird house. A bit more chasing. Jerry crashes into the wall. Both decide they've had enough, and wave the truce flag; they go ... See full summary »
As Guided Mouse-Ille concludes, just after Tom and Jerry are in the Stone Age era, Jerry has a bone and shares it with Tom. As Tom licks on the bone, he also licks onto Jerry's head, tasting the mouse's skin, leading to a chase as the short concludes, there are 3 question marks as THE END ? ? ?. See more »
Everyone associated with this film deserves to burn in cartoon Hades for making this abominable cartoon and calling it "Tom and Jerry". It is simply wretched and about as terrible as the few Tom and Jerry cartoons made in Czechoslovakia in the early 60s (that's another story that I won't get into here).
Tom and Jerry are living in the distant future. And, being the future, they use robot versions of themselves to wage war. The entire chemistry of the old Tom and Jerry cartoons is absent and the film just isn't funny or entertaining. Additionally, the animation quality is just bad--both the characters and the backgrounds look cheap. The bottom line is this franchise in the 1940s meant quality and fun--2 things entirely missing here.
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