Ah, Sweet Mouse-Story Of Life
In a trip into the abstract, Jerry, chased by Tom and falling through the air, grabs onto a question mark and floats gently to the ground, while the cat grabs an... (more)
Cartoon Production Information:
The uses of the question and exclamation marks are reminiscent of gags in Pat Sullivan Studios' Felix the Cat series.
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Fast and Furry-ous (sorry)
|Comments By: Doodle|
One of the more-often shown ones of the Chuck Jones Tom and Jerry series, this cartoon doesn't follow much of a plotline as more a series of set-piece gags, most of which work well. The question/exclamation mark gag is a touch surreal, but it's... (read more)
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