The storyline in each short story usually centers on Tom’s impossible attempts to capture Jerry, accompanied by various physical conflicts and material damage. They sometimes seem to be able to live peacefully side by side in some episodes (at least in the first few minutes), so sometimes it’s not clear why Tom is so eager to go after Jerry. Some of the reasons may be the eternal feud of cat and mouse, tasks assigned by the homeowner, revenge, and competition against other cats.
Tom rarely catches Jerry, mainly because of Jerry’s cleverness and agility and Tom’s own stupidity. Tom usually beats Jerry when the mouse is causing trouble or when Jerry has gone too far.
Their short stories are famous for the most sadistic jokes ever shown in an animated film. Some examples of scenes such as Jerry cutting Tom’s body in half, pinning Tom’s head or tail to a window or door, inserting Tom’s tail into an electric socket, hitting Tom with a baseball bat, dropping various heavy objects ranging from irons, iron clubs, oven covers, glasses. , plates, glass, and other furniture to Tom’s head or body, and much more.
Tom And Jerry Characters for Coloring Activity
Tom and Jerry are Friendly
Tom And Jerry Catching The Chicke
Tom Cacthes The Jerry
Jerry and The Cheese
Tom And Jerry Poster
Supporting Characters in Tom and Jerry
1. In his quest to catch Jerry, Tom often has to compete with Butch, a black cat who lives in dark alleys who also wants to catch and eat Jerry or get a girlfriend from Tom.
2. Spike (sometimes nicknamed “Killer” or “Butch”), a fierce and angry guard bulldog, who always attacks Tom. He is usually good friends with Jerry, being the rat’s bodyguard and protector in some episodes, he has a son named Tyke.
3. Toodles Galore, Tom’s girlfriend. He usually met Tom the moment Tom saw him and Tom had to get to him before Butch overtook him.
4. Mammy Two Shoes, a black housemaid (Lillian Randolph is the voice actor) whose face is rarely seen and usually beats Tom with a broom when the cat misbehaves. Mammy appeared in many episodes until 1952.
After that Tom and Jerry are seen living together with a young 1950s-era couple: a tall, skinny husband with glasses and a black-haired wife with a childish nature. Tom’s next owner was a thin, assertive woman with Mammy-Two-Shoes-like traits. The difference is, this woman is not afraid of mice and is always able to punish Tom for chasing Jerry (never fails to catch the cat).
5. Nibbles, an orphaned little mouse. He was later nicknamed Tuffy. In the late 1940s, Jerry adopted this abandoned baby gray mouse. Unlike Jerry, Nibbles is able to speak, but usually in a foreign language depending on the theme and background of the episode.
Tom, Jerry, and Spike
Jerry is being cacthing by tom
Tom And Jerry Are Having Camping
Tom Jerry in Friendly Mode
Tom And Jerry Play Music
Catch me if you can
Tom and Jerry in Christmas
Tom And Jerry On The Beach
Tom and Jerry
Tom is a bluish-gray house cat (Tom’s fur color is very similar to the Russian Blue cat’s fur color) who lives in pampering, while Jerry is a little brown mouse who always stays close to where Tom lives. He is very quick-tempered and easily irritated, while Jerry is a free-living character who is very good at taking chances.
Although full of enthusiasm and determination, Tom’s intentions are always inferior to Jerry’s brains and shrewdness. In each episode, Jerry usually comes out the winner and Tom the loser. However, the opposite result can occur. Sometimes, Tom becomes the winner, from how many hundred episodes of Tom and Jerry, only thirteen episodes declare Tom to be the winner in the end. Sometimes (usually something ironic) the two lose or the two end up becoming friends, as in “Blue Cat Blues”.
Both of these characters have a tendency to use violence; meaning they both love to attack and torture each other. However, in some episodes, when one character is in a dangerous situation, another character will wake up and save the character. There are also a number of episodes where Tom and Jerry work together to achieve certain goals, such as expelling a figure who is a common enemy.
Tom And Jerry Seeing something awesome
Jerry Holding Ice cream
Tom, Jerry, and Old man
Tom And Jerry Taking A Bubble Bath
Tom And Jerry Thumbs Up
Tom And Jerry Camping
Jerry has an Ice cream
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