Jerry, with the help of a mouse friend, is lowered on a fishing line, abuses the sleeping Tom in various ways, and is yanked away before Tom sees him. First, he hits Tom with a fireplace ... See full summary »
Jerry keeps sleepwalking and doing violence to Tom. He realizes this and tries to keep awake, but fails. He catches himself a couple more times just as he's about to do serious damage, but ... See full summary »
Tom chases Jerry around a high-rise apartment, and then around the ledge surrounding the building. They torment each other with a compressed air horn. Jerry goes down a drainpipe and Tom ... 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 and Jerry are on a building construction site. Things explode, Tom loses his fur for a while, Jerry hides in a glove, Tom falls from a great height, and Tom has great trouble with a rock-and-girder see-saw.
Tom is living the life of luxury, high atop a fancy apartment building. Jerry is starving way down below when he spots a lunchbox on a girder at a construction site. Jerry goes in, the ... See full summary »
I am a huge Tom and Jerry fan, and I like Chuck Jones. While I prefer his Looney Tunes cartoons rather than his Tom and Jerry cartoons, apart from some disappointments I don't mind them. Are they as good as the Hanna Barbera cartoons? No, those cartoons are classics. But are they better than the Gene Dietch ones? To hell they are. The Cat's Me-Ouch is actually for me one of the better Chuck Jones-directed Tom and Jerry cartoons. The animation is not always brilliant, one or two parts are predictable and the story on the routine side. However, it moves briskly, has a good soundtrack and some interesting sight gags. Tom and Jerry are good value, but it is the dog who steals the show, a dog whose bite is bigger than his size. Overall, entertaining and above decent cartoon. 7/10 Bethany Cox
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