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    Hanna-Barbera filmography (1940-1958) 
1940
  • Puss Gets the Boot: Debut of Tom and Jerry, although they are called Jasper and Jinx in this meant-to-be oneshot cartoon.

1941
  • The Midnight Snack: First short where Tom and Jerry are dubbed as such. First official Tom and Jerry cartoon.
  • The Night Before Christmas: Nominated for the 1941 Academy Award for cartoon short subjects.

1942
  • Fraidy Cat
  • Dog Trouble: First appearance of Spike the Bulldog.
  • Puss n' Toots
  • The Bowling Alley Cat
  • Fine Feathered Friend

1943
  • Sufferin' Cats!: First appearance of Meathead the Cat.
  • The Lonesome Mouse: First T&J short in which they talk. Rarely aired on Cartoon Network and Boomerang due to a short scene where Jerry repaints Tom as Hitler and spits on it. When it does air, the scene is cut. The scene, however, was shown on Toon Heads.
  • The Yankee Doodle Mouse: First T&J short to win the Academy Award.
  • Baby Puss: First appearance of Butch and Topsy the cats.

1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
  • Kitty Foiled: First appearance of the Canary.
  • The Truce Hurts
  • Old Rockin' Chair Tom
  • Professor Tom
  • Mouse Cleaning: One of the two "banned" Tom and Jerry shorts. Jerry Beck claims that it will be included, restored, in a future collection to make up for its removal from the Spotlight Collections. However, it was delayed. The short is still aired on TV, albeit edited to remove the (fairly lengthy) scene of Tom in blackface.

1949
1950
  • Little Quacker: First appearance of Quacker.
  • Saturday Evening Puss: Only time we get a chance to see the face of Mammy Two Shoes, but only as a freeze-frame bonus (unless you've ever seen the edited version made in the 1960s and was in circulation until the 1990s where Mammy Two Shoes is redrawn as a white teenage girlnote  and her night out at the Lucky Seven Bridge Club is changed to dancing at her boyfriend's house).
  • Texas Tom
  • Jerry and the Lion
  • Safety Second
  • Tom and Jerry in the Hollywood Bowl
  • The Framed Cat
  • Cue Ball Cat

1951
  • Casanova Cat: The second of the two "banned" shorts, although a future DVD release is planned but was delayed. The short is still aired on TV, albeit edited to remove the (lengthy) scene of Jerry in blackface.
  • Jerry and the Goldfish
  • Jerry's Cousin: Nominated for the 1951 cartoon Academy Award.
  • Sleepy-Time Tom
  • His Mouse Friday: Rarely shown on TV due to African stereotyping and is usually edited on home video. There are two edited versions: The first one is the MGM/UA Home Video version which mutes out all the cannibals dialogue (including Jerry's imitation) making the cartoon awkward and a little incomprehensible. When Cartoon Network and Boomerang air this short (the few times they do), this is the version that comes on. The second version is the Warner Home Video version which is mostly uncut but crops the screen near the end so the young cannibal who pursues Jerry is unseen.
  • Slicked-up Pup
  • Nit-Witty Kitty
  • Cat Napping

1952
  • The Flying Cat
  • The Duck Doctor
  • The Two Mouseketeers: Won the 1952 cartoon Academy Award.
  • Smitten Kitten: Another compilation film, using footage from "Salt Water Tabby", "The Mouse Comes to Dinner", "Texas Tom" and "Solid Serenade".
  • Triplet Trouble
  • Little Runaway
  • Fit to Be Tied
  • Push-Button Kitty: Final appearance of Mammy Two-Shoes.
  • Cruise Cat: Contains footage from Texas Tom.
  • The Dog House

1953
  • The Missing Mouse
  • Jerry and Jumbo
  • Johann Mouse: Won the 1953 cartoon Academy Award. Last T&J to win the Academy Award.
  • That's My Pup!
  • Dangerous When Wet: An otherwise unrelated theatrical film which includes a sequence featuring Tom and Jerry.
  • Just Ducky
  • Two Little Indians: Rarely aired on TV due to Indian stereotyping, though it does get very little airtime on Cartoon Network and Boomerang
  • Life With Tom: Yet another compilation film. Uses footage from "Cat Fishin", "The Little Orphan" and "Kitty Foiled". Final appearance of the Canary.

1954
  • Puppy Tale
  • Posse Cat
  • Hiccup Pup
  • Little School Mouse
  • Baby Butch
  • Mice Follies
  • Neapolitan Mouse
  • Downhearted Duckling
  • Pet Peeve: First T&J to be produced in Cinemascope.
  • "Touché, Pussy Cat!": "Prequel" of "The Two Mouseketeers".

1955
  • Southbound Duckling
  • Pup on a Picnic
  • Mouse for Sale
  • Designs on Jerry
  • Tom and Cherie: A follow up to "Touche, Pussy Cat!"
  • Smarty Cat: Compilation film, uses footage from "Solid Serenade", Cat Fishin" and "Fit to be Tied". Also the only T&J short with the generic MGM closing card.
  • Pecos Pest: Last T&J not in Cinemascope (until Gene Deitch).
  • That's My Mommy

1956
  • The Flying Sorceress
  • The Egg And Jerry: Shot for Shot Remake of "Hatch Up Your Troubles".
  • Busy Buddies
  • Muscle Beach Tom
  • Down Bear Bear
  • Blue Cat Blues: Rarely airs on TV because of its dark storyline and implications of alcohol and suicide.
  • Barbecue Brawl

1957
1958
  • Happy Go Ducky
  • Royal Cat Nap: A follow up to "Tom and Cherie"
  • The Vanishing Duck
  • Robin Hoodwinked
  • Tot Watchers: Sequel to "Busy Buddies", and the last of the original Tom and Jerry cartoons produced before the MGM cartoon studio shut down.

    Gene Deitch filmography (1961-1962) 
1961
  • Switchin' Kitten: First of the Gene Deitch Tom and Jerry cartoons.
  • Down and Outing
  • It's Greek to Me-Ow

1962
  • High Steaks
  • Mouse Into Space
  • Landing Stripling
  • Calypso Cat
  • Dicky Moe
  • The Tom and Jerry Cartoon Kit
  • Tall in the Trap
  • Sorry Safari
  • Buddies Thicker Than Water
  • Carmen Get It!: Final Gene Deitch Tom and Jerry cartoon.

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    Chuck Jones filmography (1963-1967) 
1963
1964
1965
  • Ah, Sweet Mouse-Story of Life
  • Tom-ic Energy
  • Bad Day at Cat Rock
  • The Brothers Carry-Mouse-Off
  • Haunted Mouse
  • I'm Just Wild About Jerry
  • Of Feline Bondage
  • The Year Of The Mouse: Remake of a Hubie and Bertie cartoon Chuck made for Looney Tunes.
  • The Cat's Me-Ouch!

1966
  • Duel Personality
  • Jerry, Jerry, Quite Contrary
  • Jerry-Go-Round
  • Love Me, Love My Mouse
  • Puss 'n' Boats
  • Filet Meow
  • Matinee Mouse
  • The A-Tom-Inable Snowman
  • Catty-Cornered

1967
  • Cat and Dupli-cat
  • O-Solar Meow
  • Guided Mouse-ille
  • Rock 'n' Rodent
  • Cannery Rodent
  • The Mouse from H.U.N.G.E.R.: Sometimes omitted from regular rotation due to a short scene with flickering lights
  • Surf Bored Cat
  • Shutter Bugged Cat
  • Advance and Be Mechanized
  • Purr-Chance to Dream: Last Classic Tom and Jerry cartoon.

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