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The Tom & Jerry Show: Win the All-New Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes Movie on DVD!

The never-ending rivalry between Tom the cat and Jerry the mouse has been featured in hundreds of cartoons -- both on the big-screen and in TV shows like The Tom and Jerry Comedy Show, The Tom and Jerry Show, Tom and Jerry Tales, and Tom and Jerry Kids.

For the first time, the duo are being featured in a direct-to-video film produced by Warner Bros. Though creators William Hanna and Joseph Barbera have both passed away, the movie was written by animation expert and author Earl Kress.

Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes finds the cat and mouse duo teaming up with Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson to solve a string of jewel heists around London. Tuffy, Butch, Droopy and many other familiar friends round out the cast of characters. They're voiced by Michael York, Malcolm McDowell, John Rhys-Davies, Grey DeLisle, Jeff Bergman, Phil
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New On Blu-ray and DVD This Week

This week sees the release of several new movies and TV shows, some for the first time ever on Blu-ray. Of the ones coming out this week, we’re excited for a few of them in particular.

These esteemed examples of entertainment include A Nightmare on Elm Street, Pirate Radio, the debut of Voltron Beast King Golion, the thirteenth season of Dallas, the DVD release of the very funny Defendor and the 15th Anniversary Blu-ray of Apollo 13 (pictured above with Bill Paxton, Tom Hanks, Gary Sinise and Kevin Bacon).

Check them out:


A Nightmare on Elm Street ~ Heather Langenkamp, Johnny Depp, Robert Englund, John Saxon (Blu-ray)

Apollo 13 (15th Anniversary Edition) ~ Tom Hanks, Bill Paxton, Kevin Bacon, Gary Sinise (Blu-ray)

Creature of Darkness ~ Devon Sawa, Sanoe Lake, Matthew Lawrence (Blu-ray and DVD)

Defendor ~ Woody Harrelson, Kat Dennings, Sandra Oh, Elias Koteas (DVD)

Final Storm ~ Luke Perry, Lauren Holly
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Kids First! DVD and TV Recommendations — April 2010

The Blind Side”; “Dora the Explorer: Explore the Earth!”; “Free Willy - Escape from Pirate’s Cove”; “He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands... And More Stories”; “iCarly: iFight Shelby Marx”; “I Love Lucy: The Movie and Other Great Rarities”; “Sesame Street: Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures”; “Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey!”; “Elmo’s Rainbow and Other Springtime Stories”; “My Neighbor Totoro” (Two-Disc Special Edition); “Ponyo”; “The Princess and the Frog”; “Runaway Ralph”; “Sesame Street: Love the Earth”; “Tom and Jerry Tales: The Complete First Season”; “Wow!Wow! Wubbzy!: Wubbzy Goes Green”
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Spotlight: Gordon Goodwin

Gordon Goodwin is one of those people whose music you've heard already, but perhaps couldn't match it to a name. His versatile film career started with work on the 1978 cult classic Attack of the Killer Tomatoes!, then for more than a decade, he focused on his jazz career. From the early 90's onwards, Gordon became the regular orchestrator and conductor of Trevor Rabin with whom he worked on all the composer's best known scores (Con Air, both National Treasure pictures, etc.). Although his even better known as the leader of his Big Phat Band, our inteview will mainly focus on his contributions to film music.

What's your relation to film music?

Like many people, John Williams was probably the first guy that got my attention. Although I do remember being very impressed by the music for Disney’s Jungle Book when I was a kid. It had some cool jazzy elements to it,
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Kids' WB! on an adventure

Kids' WB! -- the CW's Saturday morning kids block -- is adding five new animated series to its 2007-08 lineup.

In addition to the previously announced brand-new Spider-Man series, Kids' WB! is adding three adventure shows -- the CG-animated Eon Kid, the multiplatform-enhanced Magi-Nation and the action-comedy World of Quest -- and "a series of self-discovery" for younger kids titled "Will & Dewitt."

Spider-Man is set to premiere in early 2008, while the other four are debuting in the fall.

"The Kids' WB! core audience thrives on heightened levels of action and adventure, and these new series promise to take our fans into realms they couldn't have imagined," Kids' WB! senior vp and GM Betsy McGowen said.

The five shows join four previously announced returning series from Warner Bros. Animation: "Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue!" Tom and Jerry Tales, Legion of Super Heroes and The Batman. All four series begin new seasons in the fall.

In addition, Cookie Jar Entertainment's Johnny Test will return to Kids' WB! in the fall.

Eon Kid is produced by Daiwon C&A Holdings Co., Design Storm Co., BRB International and Manga Entertainment and distributed by Starz Media.

Familiar, new faces set for CW kids block

Familiar, new faces set for CW kids block
Superman, Shaggy and Scooby-Doo and Tom and Jerry are among the familiar characters that will be featured in new series on the 2006-07 schedule of "Kids' WB!" a five-hour animation block that will move to the CW when it launches in the fall. The "Too Big for Your TV"-themed schedule, which kicks off in September, will feature four new series, four returning series and two series that will comprise the "Pillow Head Hour," a block of programming designed to meet federally mandated education and informational programming requirements. The new series are Legion of Super Heroes, based on the DC Comics characters and featuring Superboy, who would later grow up to become Superman, fighting evil in the 31st century; Shaggy and Scooby-Doo Get a Clue! featuring the duo solving more mysteries with the help of a transforming Mystery Machine; and Tom and Jerry Tales, featuring the cat and mouse chasing each other in comedic cartoon shorts. All three are from Warner Bros. Animation.

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