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 ...
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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 »
Secret agent Jerry-akin has to steal a giant refrigerator full of cheese, guarded by the evil Tom Thrush with a vast array of diabolical gadgets and traps. Of course, Jerry has a few tricks of his own.
Tom watches and studies films of some of his earlier encounters with Jerry, much like game films; he runs them backwards and stops them so he can study them more closely, all the while ... See full summary »
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... See full summary »
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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 decides the nightmare wasn't so bad after all. Written by
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I remember seeing this when I was little. Why, I remember seeing cartoons like this right after "Sesame Street". These cartoons came on KTVU (remember the jingle, "There's only one 2")? I love the fact that the people who made this cartoon used cognitive dissonance. Tom sees a big dog-house and he fears it is a big dog like in his nightmares, but instead, it is a tiny bulldog. Tom tries many ways to stop the dog but they end up misfiring, which makes it funny. This is a lot better than the ones made in the early sixties. The music, animation and sound are perfect for that time. Fun for the family. Bottom line: Highly recommend it.
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