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From nearly the end of the theatrical series, The Missing Mouse was unique in a few ways. Popular voice actor Paul Frees– Captain Hook from Disney’s Peter Pan from the same year– handles the voice duties for this short, and therein is one of the unique aspects of the film.
Back before their television empire, back before the Flintstones and Scooby Doo, William Hanna and Joseph Barbera played a cat against a mouse. From Tom & Jerry, today’s cartoon of the day is Mouse Cleaning from this date in 1948.
#CotD: A much more mature Tom and Jerry meet again in “Mouse For Sale” from 1955.
CotD: Extremely similar to a WB cartoon staring Bugs Bunny, “The Cat Concerto” and Tom and Jerry ended up winning the Oscar that year– Bugs would wait another ten for his.
CotD: Tom lost the grey stripe between his eyes in “Johann Mouse ” which won the seventh– and last– Tom & Jerry Oscar.
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: Tom and Jerry are playing with firearms again in “Posse Cat”, much to Tom’s chagrin.
CotD: Originally titles “Love Boids”, “Flirty Birdy” was a Tom and Jerry cartoon from 1945…
CotD: Tom goes for a tropical holiday in 1951’s “His Mouse Friday” Do you like this Tom & Jerry short? ~
Jerry finally gets Tom thrown from the house, but he soon finds life a bore without the cat’s tormenting. The two join forces to get Tom back in and up to his old ways.
George brings home a singing duckling for Joan, but when they leave to go to a show, Tom tries to eat him. As the chase ensues, the duckling and Jerry use vanishing cream to scare Tom, but he soon finds some himself and gets revenge.
Tom is an acknowledged master pianist primed to give his greatest performance of Liszt’s Second Hungarian Rhapsody. As he prepares and finally settles down, ready to play, Jerry is determined to disrupt Tom’s concert. Jerry pulls on the strings inside the piano, slams the shutter on Tom’s hands, and generally runs amok. Tom fights him with the piano without missing a single note.