2565 AD. Tom and Jerry are once again manipulating robot versions of themselves in space. Tom experiments with invisibility, a giant electromagnet, and explosives, with results from bad to disastrous.

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2565 AD. Tom and Jerry are once again manipulating robot versions of themselves in space. Tom experiments with invisibility, a giant electromagnet, and explosives, with results from bad to disastrous.

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Guided Mouse-ille or Science on a Wet Afternoon  »

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Crazy Credits

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 »

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Follows Love Me, Love My Mouse (1966) See more »

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A futuristic cartoon with our favourite cat and mouse...
1 July 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

From Chuck Jones comes a pretty good Tom and Jerry cartoon. Guided Mouse-Ille I admit doesn't hold a candle to the wonderful Tom and Jerry cartoons of the '40s and '50s, most of which are cartoon classics and even the weakest of them are worth watching, but it is a huge improvement over any of the Gene Dietch cartoons, Switchin' Kitten should never have been made especially.

Guided Mouse-Ille also in my opinion is one of the better Chuck Jones-produced Tom and Jerry cartoons, and I actually found it funnier than Advance and Be Mechanized. The story is a little on the predictable side and the ending doesn't quite work. I had mixed feelings on the animation, the backgrounds are very handsome with unique colouring, however the characters don't look the same, Tom especially looks odd. On a more plus side, the soundtrack is nice, jazzy and upbeat, and the visual and sight gags are fun and clever- Invisibility and electrocution in typical Tom and Jerry fashion. Plus the pacing is very brisk. So overall, Guided Mouse-Ille isn't outstanding but it is a good cartoon. 7/10 Bethany Cox


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