The owner of a large house tells Tom he's going away for a while, the house is in perfect shape, and that he doesn't want Tom blaming "the mouse" (who's a family pet, in a cage) this time. ... See full summary »

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The owner of a large house tells Tom he's going away for a while, the house is in perfect shape, and that he doesn't want Tom blaming "the mouse" (who's a family pet, in a cage) this time. Of course, this means Tom will spend most of the picture chasing Jerry around the house, causing extensive damage. Among the sequences: Jerry shoves Tom into a VCR, then shelves the resulting cassette-sized cat; Tom traps Jerry in a coffeemaker; Jerry traps Tom in a refrigerator, and he comes out again in ice cubes; Jerry sucks Tom and half the living room into a vacuum cleaner; Tom chases Jerry through the yard and into the house on a riding lawn mower. At the end, he crashes the mower into his owner's returning car, and is told he makes a better hood ornament than a house cat. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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3 August 2003 | by (Chicago, Illinois) – See all my reviews

I thought Joe Barbera was dead before I saw this. I was watching Tom & Jerry on Cartoon Network late one night, and as I was about to turn it off and head to sleep, this caught my attention. I thought "Well this can't be an old one, it's too colorful and bright". So I had to stick around and watch, to see what year it was made in. Sure enough, it was made in 2000. Clearly the director is trying to make it as much like the old one as possible. He even asks Joe Barbera to do the one voice in the short cartoon. But ultimately, the bright colors and knowing the fact that it isn't the old version doesn't allow you to enjoy it.


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