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.
Tom and his army of stray cats take over Jerry's magical kingdom of living toys. Chased by Tom and his cronies, Jerry must find the Toymaker and get help to win his kingdom back before sunrise when the window of opportunity closes.
Ian James Corlett,
Robin Hood, a merry man who steals from the rich to give to the poor, has a new capable sidekick, Jerry. The evil king deduces, in his own words "brilliantly", that the best way to deal with this new threat is a cat, so he hires Tom.
John Michael Higgins
With the Wicked Witch of the West now vanquished from Oz, Tom and Jerry along with Dorothy are back in Kansas! But not for long as an all-new villain has surfaced from beneath the magical ... See full summary »
Amy Louise Pemberton
Two groups of classic cartoon characters come together in this fun-filled crossover with the popular action-adventure animated series Jonny Quest. Fans of all ages won't want to miss this ... See full summary »
I have to say, I was surprised at how good "Tom and Jerry meet Sherlock Holmes" was for a Tom and Jerry movie, but seeing this timeless classic with a Tom and Jerry twist made my heart soar. "Tom and Jerry and the Wizard of Oz" took me by surprise on how it stayed true to the story and "Tom and Jerry" lore at the same time. There were no big unnecessary changes (besides the addition of a certain Munchkin mouse, but Kath Soucie is still good) and the voice-acting is excellent, with Grey DeLisle as Dorothy and Rob Paulsen as the Tin Man, etc. The one problem I had was that it was too short. But to each its own, and I am glad to see a (sort-of) renovation to such a timeless tale that I will never forget.
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