The Bide-a-wee Mouse Home sends two orphans over for a hike with Scoutmaster Jerry. Trouble is, the orphans, dressed as Indians, want to shoot arrows and tomahawk-chop everything in sight, ...
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Spike has just put Tyke to bed for his nap when Tom and Jerry chase out the door to Tyke's crib, waking him up. This gives Tyke an attack of hiccups. Spike warns Tom not to wake him up ... See full summary »
Tom is duck hunting, and he wings a little duckling that can't quite keep up with the flock. Jerry gets to the fallen duck before Tom, bandages his wing, and shelters him from Tom as he ... See full summary »
At the home of Austrian composer Johann Strauss, lived Johann Mouse. Whenever the composer played his waltzes, the mouse would dance to the music, unable to control himself. One day, when ... See full summary »
Jerry's eccentric uncle, Pecos, a Texas mouse, comes to spend the night with him before his musical performance on television the next day. He decides to rehearse with his guitar for the ... See full summary »
A baby seal escapes from the circus and ends up in Jerry's backyard pond. Tom finds out soon enough when Jerry grabs a fish from Tom's plate, and when the circus offers a $10,000 reward, ... See full summary »
A baby elephant rolls off the circus train and right into Tom's bed. He quickly allies himself with Jerry, and with a rolled-up trunk and some paint, passes himself off as a giant mouse. ... See full summary »
Jerry removes a tack from Spike's paw. In gratitude, Spike gives Jerry a bell to ring when he's in trouble. Soon, Tom is acting as Jerry's servant. But then the city passes a leash law, and... See full summary »
The Bide-a-wee Mouse Home sends two orphans over for a hike with Scoutmaster Jerry. Trouble is, the orphans, dressed as Indians, want to shoot arrows and tomahawk-chop everything in sight, and especially Tom, who quickly gets scalped and has the end of his tail chopped off. He captures Jerry; this, of course, means war, for which the tots paint dozens of badminton shuttlecocks as a fake army. They also paint a fierce face on the sleeping dog. Ultimately, they get Tom to leave a trail of gunpowder, which they light, destroying the garage. Tom signals a truce, and they all smoke a peace pipe, but the smoke comes out of Tom's ears instead of his mouth.Written by
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The first Tom & Jerry cartoon of the classic Hanna and Barbera era where Tom did not have the bright blue bit between his eyes. See more »
After Tom raises a white flag, surrendering to Jerry & the two Indian mice, all four smoke a peace pipe, Jerry & the two mice "puff" the pipe correctly. When it is Tom' turn, the smoke apparently went down the wrong side of his esophagus. When Tom tries to puff & no smoke comes out of his mouth, he accidentally swallowed the smoke. Three seconds later, three puffs come out of his left ear & three come out of his right eat (at the very same time) apparently to spell out THE END. See more »
After Quacker the duckling, Nibbles the baby mouse is my least favourite of Jerry's sidekicks. In Two Little Indians, Jerry, a scoutmaster, is put in charge of two orphan mice, both of whom resemble Nibbles in Red Indian costumes. I should, by all rights, hate this cartoon, but there is so much inventive violence (most of which is perpetrated against Tom, minding his own business for a change), that I can't help but enjoy it.
As Jerry tries to control the little mice, with very little success, Tom gets an arrow in his butt, two in his nose, is scalped, has the end of his tail cut off, and gets hit with a frying pan (resulting in his nose being pushed inside his gun barrel). Jerry joins in with the fun, belting Tom over the head with a post box. Eventually, after being blown up with gunpowder, Tom has no choice but to smoke a peace pipe with the mice, but even this doesn't go right for the poor cat.
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