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Tag Archives: MGM
CotD: Tom lost the grey stripe between his eyes in “Johann Mouse ” which won the seventh– and last– Tom & Jerry Oscar.
CotD: Hugh Harmon and Rudolph Ising left Warner Bros. and took their character Bosko with them when they made “Bosko’s Easter Eggs” at MGM in 1937.
Did a cat and mouse ever do anything like this?
When an Arlington, Texas mom’s young sons were viewing Tom and Jerry on The Cartoon Network, they suddenly saw more than they bargained for.
CotD: One of the most stories pairs in animation began their careers 72 years ago today in “Puss Gets The Boot” watch it today and see how it all started!
CotD: Barney Bear was a popular series in the forties, and “Bah Wilderness” was a great short from this series. Watch it today.
CotD: Tom and Jerry are playing with firearms again in “Posse Cat”, much to Tom’s chagrin.
CotD: The 1939 MGM film “Peace On Earth” is one of the most loved holiday films of all time– watch it today and see why!
CotD: After starting the animation department for Warner Bros. (and the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series), Rudolf Ising and his partner Hugh Harmon jumped over to MGM where he created “Wild Honey”.