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Heavenly Puss (1949) - Tom and Jerry Theatrical Cartoon Series Heavenly Puss

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Tom reaches the Pearly Gates after he loses his ninth life trying to catch Jerry (getting smashed by a falling piano in the process). But he can only enter to catch the Heavenly Express if Jerry will sign a certificate of forgiveness! Otherwise, Tom will be sent into the fiery pits of hell. Butch the bulldog reigns down under, pitchfork in hand, ready to give poor ol' Tom the hotfoot.

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This is one of the greatest cartoons ever made and the best Tom and Jerry cartoon ever made out of a splendid long running series. Epic movies do not convey and elicit as wide a range of emotions as this 8 minute masterpiece and Tom rivals many a...  (read more)

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This cartoon is one of the best of all Tom and Jerry series produced by Fred Quimby.
I always love plots where a dream is used. It is very exciting when Tom is hit by the piano. You don't know if he is really dead. All the adventures he has up in...  (read more)

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