History Trivia / TomAndJerry

13th Apr '18 7:42:33 AM dvorak
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* ReferencedBy: ''[[ShowWithinAShow The Itchy and Scratchy Show]]'' from ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' is a BloodierAndGorier version of Tom and Jerry.

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* ReferencedBy: ''[[ShowWithinAShow The Itchy and Scratchy Show]]'' from ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' is a BloodierAndGorier version of Tom and Jerry.Has its own page.
12th Apr '18 5:14:26 PM dvorak
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* ReferencedBy: ''[[ShowWithinAShow The Itchy and Scratchy Show]]'' from ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' is a BloodierAndGorier version of Tom and Jerry.
27th Feb '18 2:09:54 PM Pinokio
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* TheWikiRule: The [[http://tomandjerry.wikia.com/wiki/Tom_and_Jerry_Wiki Tom and Jerry]] Wiki.
26th Nov '17 2:06:23 AM jormis29
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** While it's also a role reprisal from the Sherlock Holmes movie, Jeff Bergman replaces Joe Alaskey as the voice of Droopy in the DVD movie line due to the latter's death.

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** While it's also a role reprisal from the Sherlock Holmes movie, Jeff Bergman Creator/JeffBergman replaces Joe Alaskey as the voice of Droopy in the DVD movie line due to the latter's death.
23rd Oct '17 5:27:27 PM Homemaderat
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** And the later short "The Mansion Cat" that's never been on any home media.
18th Oct '17 11:30:33 AM N8han11
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* {{Composers}}: From 1940 to 1958, Scott Bradley was the sole composer, not only for Tom and Jerry, but for MGM animation in general (the only exception being 1953's "The Missing Mouse", which was by Edward Plumb). Steven Konichek was the composer for the Gene Deitch shorts, and Eugene Poddany, Carl Brandt, and Dean Elliott worked on the Chuck Jones shorts.



* {{Directors}}: All shorts from 1940 to 1958 were directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. The shorts from 1961 to 1962 were directed by Gene Deitch (and are considered to be, at best, the strangest era of ''Tom and Jerry'', and at worst, the...worst era of ''T&J''). The shorts from 1963 to 1967 were by Chuck Jones, Maurice Noble (co-direction), Abe Levitow, Jim Pabian, Ben Washam and Tom Ray, most of whom were alumni from Creator/WarnerBros (specifically, ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'').
18th Oct '17 11:29:40 AM N8han11
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: "Casanova Cat" and "Mouse Cleaning", which may not be included in the second Golden Collection release, and weren't present on the Spotlight Collections either. They are available on VHS and laserdisc, though.
** "The Mansion Cat" as well. People seem to want to brush it over, but WB made two modern T&J shorts, only one was on the Spotlight Collection, so it's a missing 3.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: "Casanova Cat" and "Mouse Cleaning", which may not be included in the second Golden Collection release, and weren't present on the Spotlight Collections either. Collections. They are available on VHS and laserdisc, though.
** "The Mansion Cat" as well. People seem to want to brush it over, but WB made two modern T&J shorts, only one was on the Spotlight Collection, so it's a missing 3.
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** While it's also a role reprisal from the Sherlock Holmes movie, Jeff Bergman replaces Joe Alaskey as the voice of Droopy in the DVD movie line due to the latter's death .

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** While it's also a role reprisal from the Sherlock Holmes movie, Jeff Bergman replaces Joe Alaskey as the voice of Droopy in the DVD movie line due to the latter's death .death.
15th Oct '17 9:56:32 AM NWolfman
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** Less than a week before MGM's animation unit closed, a young Creator/JackNicholson (yes, THAT Jack Nicholson) was interviewed for a job as a cleanup artist.

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** Less than a week before MGM's animation unit closed, a young studio messenger boy named Creator/JackNicholson (yes, THAT Jack Nicholson) was interviewed for a job as a cleanup artist.
19th Aug '17 10:05:43 PM NWolfman
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* DescendedCreator: Series co-creator Bill Hanna provided all of Tom's screams.

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* DescendedCreator: Series co-creator Bill Hanna provided all of Tom's iconic "leather-lunged" screams.
11th May '17 12:57:52 PM elenaisabel722
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* TheOtherDarrin: Spike was originally voiced by Billy Bletcher, known for his booming baritone voice. Starting with the Tom and Jerry short "Love That Pup," Spike was voiced by Daws Butler using a Jimmy Durante impersonation.

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Spike was originally voiced by Billy Bletcher, known for his booming baritone voice. Starting with the Tom and Jerry short "Love That Pup," Spike was voiced by Daws Butler using a Jimmy Durante impersonation.


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** While it's also a role reprisal from the Sherlock Holmes movie, Jeff Bergman replaces Joe Alaskey as the voice of Droopy in the DVD movie line due to the latter's death .
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