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1[[quoteright:350:]] 께''Tom and Jerry: Spy Quest'' is the 11th film in the ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'' Direct to Video Film Series. The infamous Cat and mouse join forces with another franchise also created by [[Creator/HannaBarbera Hanna and Barbera]], ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest''.께Tom and Jerry hit the beach and get caught in a chase by Tin, Pan and Alley who are after Jonny, Hadji and Bandit. Tom and Jerry tag along and find themselves alongside Team Quest to stop another world altering scheme by none other than Dr. Zin.께This film marks one of the few occasions that Tom and Jerry have been directly marketed with a Hanna-Barbera branded franchise[[note]]Tom and Jerry is technically a Turner Entertainment franchise[[/note]], at least so far.께!!Tom and Jerry: Trope Quest:께* AdultFear: Dr. Zin is not above using the kids as collateral, even [[IHaveYourWife threatening them in front of Dr. Quest]].* AmusingInjuries: As per usual with Tom and Jerry.* AnimalAssassin: While not going all the way, Tin, Pan and Alley are like this.* BadassFamily: As usual for the Quest family.* BeingWatched: Dr Zin still spies on the Quests.* BellyDancer: Shown performing in Jade's club once Johnny and the gang reach Moldovistan.* TheBusCameBack: In a way this was the first new real Jonny Quest material since the 1990s. ** Jezebel Jade's return is also one within the film itself.* CastingGag: The President of the United States is voiced by Tim Matheson, the original voice of WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest. He lampshades this by telling Jonny he reminds him of himself at his age.* ChekhovsSkill: Tom turns into an accidental warrior when Bandit barks. This is used in the finale.* CrossOver: Between ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'' and ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest''.* FurryConfusion: Tom and Jerry (along with Droopy and Spike) are your typical FunnyAnimal while Bandit is still a more realistic dog by comparison. Although this is nothing new for Hanna-Barbera crossovers.* LighterAndSofter: It's more akin to the ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfJonnyQuest'' in tone but as usual this doesn't lessen the action.* MistakenForBadass: Dr. Zin mistakes Tom for a shrewd and dangerous opponent [[WorthyOpponent not to mention a worthy one]], misinterpreting all of his bad luck and clumsiness as deliberate intervention, continuing to see him as the biggest threat to his plans, and referring to him by monikers such as "that magnificent feline".* MythologyGag: A lot to both series.** The opening credits have Tom and Jerry edited into the original Jonny Quest opening.** Two design reuses appear. Early on the crab on the beach is from "Salt Water Tabby". The larger monstrous ones are from "Terror Island".** Jezebel Jade sings a ''Creator/TexAvery''-esque number in the style of the MGM cartoons with Tex's own ''WesternAnimation/{{Droopy}} as the background singer.* RemakeCameo: Tim Matheson, who voiced Jonny Quest in the original 1960s series, voices the president in this movie.* SimSimSalabim: Hadji still knows how to use this trick.* TeamPet: Bandit is here in his usual role but Tom and Jerry end up joining the crew.* ThoseTwoBadGuys: Well three in this case, with Tin, Pan and Alley.* YellowPeril: Dr. Zin is the main villain and, while LighterAndSofter is still showing some signs of being an evil Asian doctor.** While Tin, Pan and Alley have been recurring foes for Tom and Jerry, for years now it is somewhat interesting that Zin's new henchmen are the breed of cat most stereotyped as Asian.----


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