Tom and Jerry: Whisker's Away [DVD]

Ten classic cartoons featuring the cat-and-mouse team of Tom & Jerry are collected on this DVD. The material on Tom & Jerry: Whisker's Away has been transferred to disc in the full-frame aspect ratio of 1.33:1, and the audio has been mastered in Dolby Digital Mono. The dialogue is in English, with alternate dubbed soundtracks in French and Spanish, as well as optional subtitles in English, French, and Spanish. Bonus materials include a guide to drawing the Tom & Jerry characters, and trailers for other family-oriented releases from Warner Home Video.
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Special Features

  • How to draw Tom & Jerry
  • Trailers of Tom & Jerry and other family favorites
  • Interactive menus
  • Closed Captioned

Synopsis

Tom and Jerry in the Hollywood Bowl
Million Dollar Cat
While playing a "William Tell" dart game with helpless Jerry as the target, Tom is interrupted by the arrival of a telegram, revealing that his owner's eccentic Aunt Harriet has willed the cat one million dollars. Tom's excitement over his unexpected windfall is dampene when Jerry points out a condition of the legacy: if Tom brings harm to any living thing, "EVEN A MOUSE", he'll be cut off without a cent. Naturally, Jerry takes full advantage of this situation after Tom moves into a ritzy penthouse apartment at 1 Park Avenue. Doing everything he can to avoid Jerry and thus resist temptation, Tom is foiled by the malevolent mouse, who gets even for years of abuse with weapons ranging from a fancy parfait to a luxurious bed. One of the few "Tom and Jerry" cartoons in which Tom has dialogue, Million Dollar Cat also boasts a lively musical score, with quotes from such popular songs as "Broadway Rhythm"and "Sleepy Time Gal". ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

The Cat and the Mermouse
Cat Fishin'
It's a peaceful day in the country, and fish are jumping in a private lagoon guarded by surly bulldog Spike. Despite this canine obstacle and a full complement of "Keep Out" signs, angler Tom is determined to go fishing. Using Jerry as "live bait", Tom casts his line into the water, attracting the attention of a fearsome-looking fish with alligator teeth. Thinking he's made the catch of the lifetime, Tom gets the raw end of the deal (literally). The end of an imperfect day comes when Jerry and Spike join forces to make Tom's miserable life even more so. This cartoon is punctuated by Tom's heartfelt screams of pain--quite a noisy display for a pantomime character. Scott Bradley's musical score includes a lively rendition of "The Trolley Song" from Meet Me in St. Louis (1944). ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Mucho Mouse
Texas Tom
Two Mouseketeers
Cruise Cat
Posse Cat
Neapolitan Mouse

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