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Flirty Birdy

Flirty Birdy

Alternate Title: Love Boids

Flirty Birdy (Love Boids) (1945) - Tom and Jerry Theatrical Cartoon Series Flirty Birdy

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>MGM
  • MGM
  • Animated Characters: Tom, Jerry, Eagle.
  • Originally Released in 1945.
  • Production Number: MPAA #: 09919
  • Running Time: 7:13 minutes.
  • TechniColor
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Alternate Title: "Love Boids (Working Title)."

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Songs:
  • "St. Louis Blues" (W.C. Handy)
  • "You're a Sweetheart" (Jimmy McHugh), "My Blue Heaven" (Walter Donaldson)


The scene in which the bird throws Tom down the tree and into a laundry basket to emerge looking like a Indian Chief is edited rom modern releases.

Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.

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Dangerous Flirting

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Poor T just wants his lunch and a hawk steals it. And rather than just going elsewhere to eat, he does an extreme thing and dresses up like a female bird. (Dress, lipstick, eye shadow and all. (He even shakes his butt at the bird.)

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FLIRTY BIRDY

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A neat early example of how the Avery influence was creeping into HB's Tom & Jerrys: though I wouldn't give Avery full credit for the hawk character......he's pretty much the "anonymous"-type MGM cartoon animal character...  (read more)

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Flirty Birdy

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Again, I voted this one a perfect 10. Tom running around in drag--and that ridiculous eagle falling for it--was unbelievably funny. And the finale is a hoot, too.

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