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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