Puss Gets The Boot (1940) Tom & Jerry Theatrical Cartoon

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CotD: Hanna and Barbera began their run as creative directors of innumerable cartoon series with 1940’s “The Solid Tin Coyote“.

Puss Gets The Boot (1940)

Puss Gets The Boot (1940)

Puss Gets The Boot (1940) Tom & Jerry Theatrical Cartoon

Puss Gets The Boot: In close-up, Jerry the mouse runs from his opponent. The camera cuts back, and we see that Tom the cat (called Jasper in this film only) has already caught the mouse, who is running on the spot, his tail held by the cat’s claw. While Tom toys with his prey, Jerry gets away, leading to a number of gags which result in the breaking of a vase. Mammy-Two-Shoes warns Tom that if he breaks one more thing, she’ll throw him out of the house.

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