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He then goes to warn Jerry and stop the cats. Meanwhile, Jerry, Paulie, and Nelly decide to follow a very bright star to a man called the Toy Maker.
They stop in front of a frozen river the Journey Through The Snow plays through this scene. All make it safely, except Jerry who falls from a frozen waterfall and through the ice, becomes tangled in a weed and seemingly drowns. He is revived and freed by the magic, and is pulled up by Nelly and Paulie. This makes Paulie unravel by melting the glue that keeps him together. Tuffy gets to Tom, and dresses up as an angelwith a white dress, wings, a halo and a harp, and a devilwith horns, a cape, a trident and a tail, to convince him not to harm Jerry.
His cover is blown when he has his dress, wings, tail and trident at the same time, and ends up sticking the trident in Tom's eye, causing the tower of cats to fall off of a cliff Tom screams the Wilhelm Scream. Tuffy continues on to Jerry, warning him of the cats. Tom and his friends, disguised as Christmas trees, surround Jerry, but Tom gets attacked by squirrelsand shredded in a tree shredder Toy Flutes plays through this scene. The cats attack, but the heroes escape, inside a tree.
The cats beat up Tom by mistake. The heroes then come to a hill, where Paulie's head is sent flying into another hole.
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They go into the hole, only to find a fiery world with lava pits and dragons the Arabian Dance plays through this scene. A flame fairy gives Paulie his head back. A dragon wakes up, but is hypnotised by Jerry into lifting them out of the pit. The next day Dr. Holmes calls Jerry Mouse to bring him a copy of the Times. Jerry heads out to buy it, bumping into Tom Cat on the way, who has something for Holmes. Jerry sends a pile of bricks on Tom and Tom gives chase. Jerry returns to Holmes' flat and hands him the paper or what was left of it after the chase.
Reading a letter Tom had given to them, for the night, Holmes and Watson decide to go to the Bruce Nigel Theatre and see a lady named Red. Holmes is told that she is being blackmailed and Holmes suggests the perpetrator might be - Professor Moriarty.
Holmes deduces that the Star of Punjab, a diamond that is light sensitive to the light of a solar eclipse which was to happen the following day, is to be stolen by the mastermind of the blackmail. Spike begins to teach Tyke how to be a good dog guard, but the three cats from the previous night steal the diamond while an unfocused Spike is not looking.
The three cats then leave a small button and retreat.
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They climb out through a hole in Red's home that leads to the tunnel and escape before Holmes, Tom and Jerry arrive. Upon arriving, Jerry tricks Tom into stepping into a broken board and the trio check the tunnel.
Finding sawdust, they retreat once hearing Tyke sounding the alarm. Holmes and Watson leave to find the shop from where the button came from, while Tom and Jerry are left to take Red to Holmes' flat. The police believe Red is behind the crimes and offer a reward for the one who finds her.
Butch and Droopy move in to take the case and race to see who gets it. Butch then bumps into Tom, Jerry and Red. They begin a tiring chase and Tom drops a lantern on Butch's head. They run to St. After the financial disaster of a series of MGM cartoons based upon the Captain and the Kids comic strip characters, Barbera, a storyman and character designer, was paired out of desperation with Hanna, an experienced director, to start directing films for the Ising unit.
In their first discussion for a cartoon, Barbera suggested a cat-and-mouse cartoon titled Puss Gets the Boot. We thought we needed conflict, and chase and action. And a cat after a mouse seemed like a good, basic thought," as he recalled in an interview. Puss Gets The Boot centers on Jasper, a gray tabby cat trying to catch a mouse named Jinx whose name is not mentioned within the cartoon itselfbut after accidentally breaking a houseplant and its stand, the African American housemaid Mammy has threatened to throw Jasper out if he breaks one more thing in the house.
Naturally, Jinx uses this to his advantage, and begins tossing any and everything fragile, so that Jasper will be thrown outside. Puss Gets The Boot was previewed and released without fanfare, and Hanna and Barbera went on to direct other non-cat-and-mouse related shorts such as Gallopin' Gals and Officer Pooch Producer Fred Quimbywho ran the MGM animation studio, quickly pulled Hanna and Barbera off the other one-shot cartoons they were working on, and commissioned a series featuring the cat and mouse.
Barbera would create the story for each short while Hanna would supervise production. Tom's physical appearance evolved significantly over the years. During the early s, Tom had an excess of detail—shaggy fur, numerous facial wrinklesand multiple eyebrow markings, all of which were streamlined into a more workable form by the end of the s.
In addition, he also looked like a more realistic cat early on; evolving from his quadrupedal beginnings Tom to become increasingly and almost exclusively bipedal. By contrast, Jerry's design remained essentially the same for the duration of the series. By the mids, the series had developed a quicker, more energetic and violent tone, due to the inspiration from the work of their colleague in the MGM cartoon studio, Tex Averywho joined the studio in Even though the theme of each short is virtually the same — cat chases mouse — Hanna and Barbera found endless variations on that theme.
Barbera's storyboards and rough layouts and designs, combined with Hanna's timing, resulted in MGM's most popular and successful cartoon series. Cartoons; seven of them went on to win the Academy Award, breaking the Disney studio 's winning streak in that category.
Tom and Jerry won more Academy Awards than any other character-based theatrical animated series. Tom and Jerry remained popular throughout their original theatrical run, even when the budgets began to tighten in the s and the pace of the shorts slowed slightly.Tom and Jerry - Bumbershoot Song [ Romanian ]
However, after television became popular in the s, box office revenues decreased for theatrical films, and short subjects. After MGM realized that their re-releases of the older cartoons brought in just as much money as the new cartoons did, the studio executives decided, much to the surprise of the staff, to close the animation studio.
Sound effects were produced by electronic music composer Tod Dockstader. The majority of vocal effects and voices in Deitch's films were provided by Allen Swift. Background art was done in a more simplistic, angular, Art Deco -esque style. The soundtracks featured sparse and echoic electronic musicfuturistic sound effectsheavy reverband dialogue that was mumbled rather than spoken.
In addition, Mammy Two-Shoes was replaced as Tom's owner by Clint Clobbera bald, overweight, short-tempered, middle-aged white man who was also much more brutal and violent in punishing Tom's actions as compared to previous owners, by beating and thrashing Tom repeatedly, stomping on his hand, searing his head with a grill, forcing him to drink an entire carbonated beverage, slamming his fingers with a lunchbox lid and even wrapping a shotgun over his head and firing it.
To avoid being linked to Communism, Deitch romanized the Czech names of his crew in the opening credits of the shorts e. Vogel had approved of Deitch and his team's work, but MGM decided not to renew their contract after Vogel's departure. Inthe Tom and Jerry series became the highest-grossing animated short film series of that time, dethroning Looney Tuneswhich had held the position for 16 years; this success was repeated once more in The Gene Deitch Collection.
Chuck Jones era — After the last of the Deitch cartoons were released, Chuck Joneswho had been fired from his plus year tenure at Warner Bros. Beginning inJones and Goldman went on to produce 34 more Tom and Jerry shortsall of which carried Jones' distinctive style and a slight psychedelic influence.
Jones had trouble adapting his style to Tom and Jerry's brand of humor, and a number of the cartoons favored full animation, personality and style over storyline.
The characters underwent a slight change of appearance: Coyotea less complex look including the color of his fur becoming graysharper ears, longer tail and furrier cheeks resembling Jones' Claude Cat or Sylvesterwhile Jerry was given larger eyes and ears, a lighter brown color, and a sweeter, Porky Pig -like expression.
Coyote and the Road Runnerincluded the uses of blackout gags and gags involving characters falling from high places. Jones co-directed the majority of the shorts with layout artist Maurice Noble. Various vocal characteristics were made by Mel Blanc and June Foray. These shorts contain a memorable opening theme, in which Tom first replaces the MGM lion, then is trapped inside the "O" of his name. MGM ceased production of Tom and Jerry shorts inby which time Jones had moved on to television specials and the feature film The Phantom Tollbooth.
The Chuck Jones Collection. Tom and Jerry hit television Beginning inthe Hanna and Barbera Tom and Jerry cartoons began to appear on television in heavily edited versions. The Jones team was required to take the cartoons featuring Mammy Two Shoes and remove her by pasting over the scenes featuring her with new scenes. Most of the time, she was replaced with a similarly fat white Irish woman; occasionally, as in Saturday Evening Pussa thin white teenager took her place instead, with both characters voiced by June Foray.
However, recent telecasts on Cartoon Network and Boomerang retain Mammy with new voiceover work performed by Thea Vidale to remove the stereotypical black jargon featured on the original cartoon soundtracks. The standard Tom and Jerry opening titles were removed as well. Instead of the roaring MGM Lion sequence, an opening sequence featuring different clips of the cartoons was used instead.
The title cards were also changed. A pink title card with the name written in white font was used instead. In these cartoons, Tom and Jerry now with a red bow tiewho had been enemies during their formative years, became nonviolent pals who went on adventures together, as Hanna-Barbera had to meet the stringent rules against violence for children's TV.
This styled format was no longer used in the newer Tom and Jerry entrees. The Filmation Tom and Jerry cartoons were noticeably different from Hanna-Barbera's efforts, as they returned Tom and Jerry to the original chase formula, with a somewhat more " slapstick " humor format. This incarnation, much like the version, was not as well received by audiences as the originals, and lasted on CBS Saturday mornings from September 6, to September 4, Turner sold the company a short while later, but retained MGM's pre film library, thus Tom and Jerry became the property of Turner Entertainment Co.
Tom and Jerry Kids — One of the biggest trends for Saturday morning television in the s and s was the child versions of famous classic cartoon stars "babyfication" of older, classic cartoon stars, and on March 2,Tom and Jerry Kidsco-produced by Turner Entertainment Co.
It featured a youthful version of the famous cat-and-mouse duo chasing each other.
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As with the H-B series, Jerry wears his red bowtie, while Tom now wears a red cap. Spike and his son Tyke who now had talking dialogue and Droopy and his son Dripple, appeared in back-up segments for the show, which ran until November 18, Tom and Jerry Kids was the last Tom and Jerry cartoon series produced in 4: One-off productions ; Ina new television special titled Tom and Jerry: The Mansion Cat premiered on Boomerang.
It featured Joe Barbera who was also a creative consultant as the voice of Tom's owner, whose face is never seen. In this cartoon, Jerry, housed in a habitrailis as much of a house pet as Tom is, and their owner has to remind Tom to not "blame everything on the mouse".