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The Night Before Christmas

The Night Before Christmas

The Night Before Christmas (1941) - Tom and Jerry Theatrical Cartoon Series The Night Before Christmas

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On a cold winter's eve, Jerry manages to sneak into a warm house and frolic among the wrapped Christmas presents until Tom spies an intruder and the fun begins. The film continues with Tom's usual pursuit of Jerry, this time under the Christmas tree. Jerry gives Tom the perfect snow job when he tricks the tabby into getting friendly under the mistletoe, leading to a race around the tree that makes for anything but a silent night! Jerry is thrown out into the snow, but Tom is touched by the holiday spirit, and his conscience gets the better of him.

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I know it's sloppy, but it's a Christmas film for crying out loud! The art work is brilliant (especially Jerry's reflection in the tree baubles) and the mice on a stick, just great.
Maybe not as violent as some (!), but a great cartoon...  (read more)

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