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Tom and Jerry: Paws For a Holiday [DVD]

Release Date:10/07/2003
Tom and Jerry: Paws for a Holiday comes to DVD from Warner Home Video. This 50-minute animated special is presented with a standard full-frame transfer and a Dolby Digital Mono soundtrack in English. Subtitles are available in English, French, Bahasa Indonesia, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, Thai, and Chinese. Closed captions are also available. The only special feature is a music video.

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    Special Features

    • Mice follies
    • Designs on Jerry
    • The Tom and Jerry cartoon kit
    • Snowbody Loves Me
    • I'm Just Wild About Jerry
    • The A-Tom-Inable Snowman
    • Advance and Be Mechanized
    • Jerry's Winter Wonder Run challenge
    • Get the Picture: How to draw Tom and Jerry
    • Holioday Melody with Tom and Jerry (New! music video)
    • Video bios: Tom and Jerry, St. Bernard and Mechanical Robots
    • Closed Captioned


    The Tom and Jerry Cartoon Kit
    Snowbody Loves Me
    As the strains of Rachmaninoff are heard in the background, a shivering Jerry emerges from a snowstorm and arrives in quaint Tyrolean village. The hungry mouse makes his way to the local cheese shop, which is being guarded by (you guessed it) Tom. Before long, Jerry is inside the shop, and Tom is freezing outside. Naturally, the cat does everything in his power to regain entry--but Jerry hasn't the time to be bothered. A bizarre sight gag involving corks highlights this escapade, which culminatesin a musical détente between the two perennial opponents. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The A-Tom-inable Snowman
    It may be the dead of winter, but that doesn't slow down the never-ending chase between Tom and Jerry. It all begins when Jerry disguises himself as a cuckoo clock, then dons a pair of skis and heads down a snowy mountain, with Tom in pursuit. The chase grinds to a halt when Jerry takes refuge with a huge Saint Bernard. Hoping to remove the dog from the picture, Tom sends the mutt on a phoney rescue, but the cat's best-laid-plans are smashed to pieces--along with the cat. The ensuing gags involve a drunken Tom, an iceskating Jerry, a scaldingly hot teapot. . .and an abrupt change of climate. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    I'm Just Wild About Jerry
    Pursued by Tom (who else?), Jerry makes his getaway on a rollerskate. The resourceful mouse then sneaks into a department store, with Tom, only briefly slowed down by a speeding passenger train, hot on his trail. The rest of the cartoon finds Jerry using the various sale items in the store--including a toy fire engine with a bad attitude--to annoy Tom, and Tom responding in kind. Things get really hairy when Jerry hides himself amongst a vast array of lookalike mouse dolls, and when Tom cooks up an impromptu table-tennis game. . .with Jerry as the ball. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    Advance and Be Mechanized
    At an earth colony on a faraway planet, Jerry the mouse sends out a mechanized rodent to steal goodies from a cheese mine. The local police department, represented by Tom the cat, dispatches a robotic feline to neutralize the electronic mouse. Comes lunchtime, and Tom leaves his closed-circuit TV to stand in line at a robotic vending machine--only to get a mouthful of motor oil for his trouble. Still hungry, Tom decides to chow down on Jerry, and the chase is on again. This unofficial sequel to 1966's Guided Mouse-ille boasts a terrific closing gag. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    Mice Follies
    First flooding the kitchen, then using refrigerator coils to freeze the water, Jerry creates a perfect ice-skating rink for himself and his diapered nephew Tuffy. Using gelatin molds to create colorful light patterns, the two mice merrily skate the night away to the tune of the "Sleeping Beauty Waltz". Unfortunately, Tom shows up to spoil the fun, donning a pair of skates and giving chase. But just as he always does on dry, solid ground, Jerry ends up gaining the upper hand--or is it the upper foot? This is one of the last "Tom & Jerry" cartoons to be released "flat"; most subsequent efforts were filmed in CinemaScope. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    Designs on Jerry

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