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Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes (2010)

Miss Red is being blackmailed. When she asks Sherlock Holmes for help, he connects her case to a series of jewel thefts and tells his assistant Jerry the Mouse to work with Red's butler Tom the Cat for the duration of this case.

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Earl Kress, William Hanna (creator) | 2 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Michael York ... Sherlock Holmes (voice)
Malcolm McDowell ... Professor Moriarity (voice)
John Rhys-Davies ... Dr. Watson (voice)
Grey Griffin ... Red (voice) (as Grey DeLisle)
Jeff Bergman ... Butch / Droopy (voice)
Phil LaMarr ... Spike / Policeman (voice)
Greg Ellis ... Tin / Sergeant (voice)
Jess Harnell ... Pan / Brett Jeremy (voice)
Richard McGonagle ... Ali / First Policeman
Kath Soucie ... Tuffy (voice)
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Billy West ... Tom (voice)
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Storyline

Takes place in London, as various jewel heists baffle Scotland Yard, and a beautiful singer named Red gets framed as the culprit. A situation of this magnitude calls for drastic action, and soon the legendary Sherlock Homes hits the beat, with Dr. Watson and Tom and Jerry in tow. But the case grows even more challenging when Tom and Jerry resort to their old crazy tricks and games with one another. Favorite supporting characters from the original Tom and Jerry series also turn up, including Droopy, Butch and Tuffy. Written by Nathan Southern

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Trivia

As Watson runs to talk to Holmes after the opening credits, Holmes deduces that Watson has been at the "Rathbone Inn". This is a nod to the star of Universal's World War II Sherlock Holmes star, Basil Rathbone. See more »

Goofs

Tom, regarding Jerry's googly reaction towards the engaged Red, vigorously grabs Jerry with his left paw. The next shot shows Tom holding Jerry with his right paw. See more »

Quotes

Professor Moriarity: And it all worked so perfectly on paper.
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Connections

References Little Rural Riding Hood (1949) See more »

Soundtracks

Bombershoot
Music by Andy Sturmer
Lyrics by Spike Brandt & Andy Sturmer
Performed by Grey Griffin
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A little lacking but not bad
15 August 2012 | by TheLittleSongbirdSee all my reviews

When I saw the Tom and Jerry marathon on Boomerang last week, I had no idea that there was a Tom and Jerry/Sherlock Holmes movie. And I knew I had to see it, as a great fan of Tom and Jerry and Sherlock Holmes. I was not expecting it to be as good as the original Tom and Jerry cartoons or any of the Sherlock Holmes adaptations with Basil Rathbone or Jeremy Brett, either way it would have been a tall order. And it wasn't. It was too short, the ending felt rushed and I didn't care for the rather deflated character design of Miss Red. However it was a decent movie in my view.

As far as Tom and Jerry movies go it is not as good as their takes on Wizard of Oz or the Nutcracker or Blast off to Mars, but I'd put it on par with Shiver Me Whiskers and Magic Ring and leagues above Fast and the Furry and Tom and Jerry: The Movie. The animation apart from Miss Red is bright and colourful and the character designs are good. The music brings the right amount of snap and energy, while the script is witty and quite intelligent. I loved the story on the whole, it skips along nicely and never felt padded. Not only that, the mystery was a fun and interesting one and on the whole reasonably true to Conan Doyle's writing, and Tom and Jerry's comic and violent shenanigans while not classic status are still very funny. Spike and especially Droopy bring some inspired laughs also. I do agree though that Moriaty, who is still quite fun, is a much cleverer villain than his final plan lets on. Holmes and Watson are not as prominent as Tom and Jerry here, but it was a joy to see them, Holmes is still shrewd and intelligent and Watson while somewhat bumbling is also thoughtful. I did love the Bruce Nigel bit, a reference to Nigel Bruce, the actor who played Watson to Rathbone's Holmes. Tom and Jerry are just great, Jerry is both cruel yet sweet and Tom takes the violence and laughs well, his facial expressions even without saying a word are priceless. Spike and Droopy are also fun especially in the chase of Tom, Jerry and Miss Red and their attempts to catch the villains before the other does. The voice acting I can't fault either, Michael York, John Rhys Davies and Malcolm McDowell are all wonderful.

In conclusion, could have been better with a longer length especially but still a fun decent film that is an interesting watch for anybody into Tom and Jerry, Sherlock Holmes or both. 7/10 Bethany Cox


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24 August 2010 (USA) See more »

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