Tom and jerry house party
Tom and Jerry: The Cheese Making Mouse by Bill MathenyThat terrible duo are at it again, fighting tooth and nail!
In this riotous adventure Tom discovers a parcel addressed to Jerry on the front porch. As he is about to open it, Jerry pops out of the house, snatches it away and marches inside, giving Tom, who is left bemused, a cheery wave as he goes. Jerry takes it into his mouse house out of Toms reach.
It turns out to be a cheese making kit and Tom discovers this by listening in, via a stethoscope, to Jerry and his cousin Tuffy discussing how they are going to use it.
To begin with Jerry needs milk and the pursuit of that commodity causes mayhem among the cows and an angry bull as Tom chases the pair all over the place and the bull retaliates by chasing Tom!
The first cheese Jerry makes is triple garlic and onion, the smell of which causes Tom to pass out when he tries to steal it. Some stinky cheese for a stinky cat Uncle Jerry, says Tuffy.
Jerry then gives a party for all his mouse friends when he puts the word out Free cheese at Jerrys house! Tom is woken up to join in the fun and absolute mayhem follows as the party degenerates into a rowdy brawl. And when Tom spots his lady neighbour watching and commenting, he decides that enough is enough, he wants his home back.
So Tom decides he will make some cheese so as to attract plenty of mice that he can then catch. Things go swimmingly well to begin with but then, unbeknown to Tom, Jerry puts a secret ingredient into the cheese mixture and Toms plans go all awry! Tom and Tuffy meanwhile enjoy eating the cheese that is left behind!
All good [un]wholesome fun and not for the faint-hearted!
Saturday Evening Puss
By Christopher Stevens for the Daily Mail. Picture this gloriously silly scene from a Tom And Jerry cartoon. In a jungle clearing, trapped in a steaming cauldron, is Tom the cat. With a bone tied between his ears, a grass skirt, and his fur blackened with soot, Jerry is waving a little spear and pretending to be a cannibal. Then he reaches for an onion.
Some critters are hard to kill. Now 75 years old, Tom the cartoon cat and Jerry the house mouse are still going at each other with a stick, an axe, a bomb, a saw, a weight dropped on the head or 10, other forms of despatch, none of which has a fatal result. The series is a monument to the power of recuperation, not to mention animosity and, of course, old-fashioned cel animation.
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