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The Easter bunny brings an egg for Tom and Jerry that hatches into the little duckling. He keeps getting into water he shouldn't: the aquarium, water cooler, bathtub, sink, as the boys keep rescuing it. They try to give the duck back to the Easter bunny - no go. They leave it in the pond at the park and think they're home free, until the duckling brings his friends home.Written by
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This was the last of the Hanna-Barbera Tom and Jerry shorts.
Out of an Easter egg pops a familiar cute little duckling who makes a nuisance of himself (herself?) and Tom and Jerry join forces to get rid of the pest.
The story-line is not bad, although it is not a typical Tom and Jerry and Jerry seems to be acting out of character. The animation, however, is not as good as earlier Tom and Jerry cartoons. The backgrounds in particular are sparse.
I suspect that this was done on a very low budget. Not a good way to end an era, but still far better than the later revivals of the franchise.
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