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* PopCultureUrbanLegends: Despite common belief, this is not the final classic short. ''Tom and Jerry'' did not originally end with [[TheHeroDies both dying]]. Instead, Tom and Jerry are as fine as ever come the next short.

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* PopCultureUrbanLegends: Despite common belief, this is not the final classic short. ''Tom and Jerry'' did not originally end with [[TheHeroDies both dying]]. Instead, Tom and Jerry are as fine as ever come It just feels like it due to the next short.depressing ending.


* PopCultureUrbanLegends: Despite common belief, this is not the final classic short. ''Tom and Jerry'' did not originally end with [[TheHeroDies both dying]]. Instead, Tom and Jerry are as fine as ever come the next short.

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* PopCultureUrbanLegends: Despite common belief, this is not the final classic short. ''Tom and Jerry'' did not originally end with [[TheHeroDies both dying]]. Instead, Tom and Jerry are as fine as ever come the next short.short.
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* PopCultureUrbanLegends: Despite common belief, this is not the final classic short. ''Tom and Jerry'' did not originally end with [[TheHeroDies both dying]]. Instead, Tom and Jerry as fine as ever come the next short.

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* PopCultureUrbanLegends: Despite common belief, this is not the final classic short. ''Tom and Jerry'' did not originally end with [[TheHeroDies both dying]]. Instead, Tom and Jerry are as fine as ever come the next short.

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* BannedEpisode: While not officially banned, it's rarely shown on American television due to its dark ending.

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* PopCultureUrbanLegends: Despite common belief, this is not the final classic short. ''Tom and Jerry'' did not originally end with [[TheHeroDies both dying]]. Instead, Tom and Jerry as fine as ever come the next short.

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