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A Spanish cat is more interested in playing flamenco guitar than trying to catch the mouse El Magnifico (Jerry). Tom arrives from the States with world champion mouse-catching credentials to have a go. He quickly catches El Magnifico, but the mouse keeps returning. Then Tom acts as the bull, succumbing to Jerry's matador. Both Tom and Jerry speak (in Spanish).Written by
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Madrid, Spain, and a local cat is outclassed by the brave, quick-witted, flamenco dancing mouse called El Magnifico (or Jerry, as we know him). Exasperated, the lady of the house sends for Tom, the World Champion mouser from the U.S. of A.
I've seen well over a hundred Tom and Jerry cartoons thus far and this is one of the weakest, the set-up nothing special and the antics old-hat. It might be set in Madrid, but there isn't much to distinguish Mucho Mouse from your average, predictable house-bound T&J caper, save for a little Spanish guitar, one small scene where Jerry plays toreador to the bullish Tom, and the fact that both the cat and mouse speak.
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