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Tom and Jerry: Spotlight Collection, Vol. 2 [2 Discs] [DVD]
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Overview

Special Features

  • All-new introduction by Whoopi Goldberg
  • Commentary of four shorts by Mad TV co-star Nicole Parker and animation writer Earl Kress
  • Silent Pencil Sketch: The Midnight Snack, side-by-side comparison of black-and-white pencil tests with finished color cartoon
  • The Comedy Stylings of Tom of Jerry: William Hanna and Joseph Barbera's original inspirations for the characters
  • Animators as Actors: acting workshop on developing animated-character personalities
  • Closed Captioned

Synopsis

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Mouse
This Oscar-nominated cartoon begins as Tom filches a milk bottle from the front porch and prepares to have breakfast. Jerry wants to share the milk, but Tom is his usual greedy self, and the chase is on. Nonetheless, Jerry manages to get in a few gulps, so Tom resorts to drastic mesaures, mixing up a poisonous potion in hopes of doing away with the troublesome mouse. The plan backfires when the mixture transforms Jerry into a musclebound monstrosity, pummelling Tom into senselessness. Unfortunately, the potion tends to wear off at the most inopportune moments... Watch for Tom's "Tex Avery" reaction when Jerry escapes from a supposedly surefire trap. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

The Mouse Comes to Dinner
The Night Before Christmas
Jerry and Jumbo
Old Rockin' Chair Tom
The Lonesome Mouse
Push-Button Kitty
Tot Watchers
Dog Trouble
Fine Feathered Friend
Springtime for Thomas
Saturday Evening Puss
The Cat and the Mermouse
Just Ducky
Mucho Mouse
Nit Witty Kitty
Triplet Trouble
Trap Happy
Tom and Cherie
Downbeat Bear
Mouse in Manhattan
In this modernization of the Aesop fable "The Country Mouse and the City Mouse", Jerry prepares to leave his rural home, leaving a note behind for Tom: "This country life is letting me down...I'm off for Broadway and the Bright Lights." Hopping a freight to Grand Central Station, Jerry is at first enthralled by the glamour of big-city life (not to mention the beautiful long-legged girls)--but before long he is worn to a frazzle by the heavy downtown traffic. Escaping to a high-rise builing, Jerry sneaks into the swanky Starlite Room, where he dances with a doll-like table decoration. Alas, this pleasant interlude leads to an explosive encounter with a champagne bottle, and ultimately a run-in with a whole batallion of tough Broadway alley cats. Dominating the musical score are the familiar strains of--what else?--"Manhattan Serenade". ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

The Missing Mouse
Fraidy Cat
Fraidy Cat is a Hanna Barbera animated short from 1942 featuring the cat-and-mouse team of Tom and Jerry. Running seven minutes long, this cartoon involves Tom getting scared by a radio play and Jerry using the situation to his advantage. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovi

Little Quacker
Little School Mouse
The Bowling Alley Cat
Texas Tom
Puss Gets The Boot
Cruise Cat
Muscle Beach Tom
Puttin' On the Dog
Polka Dot Puss
The Midnight Snack
Puss N' Toots
Part Time Pal
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