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The Cat's Me-Ouch (1965) Theatrical Cartoon The Cat's Me-Ouch

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  • Theatrical Short
  • Distributed by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
  • Cartoon Characters: Tom, Jerry.
  • Originally Released in December of 1965 (Estimate).

  • TechniColor
  • Running Time: 6:14 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.
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Cartoon Summary:

When Jerry buys a mouse-sized dog as a protector, Tom believes that he's going to have a field day. But the tiny dog is too tough for the cat, who ends up in a hospital bed with both a bandaged Jerry and the dog (hanging on to his foot).

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You know, when Jones & Maltese created the Road-Runner series for WB, they initially sought to parody cartoon chase teams (Tom and Jerry being a prime example). Wow......on the basis of THIS evidence, you could say the biggest joke of all was...  (read more)

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At first my faulty memory identified this one as a throwaway that Chuck Jones gave to Abe Levitow or Tom Ray to direct (i.e., while he was at work on "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" or "The Dot And The Line"). Imagine my...  (read more)

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