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The Lonesome Mouse

The Lonesome Mouse (1943) - Tom and Jerry Theatrical Cartoon Series The Lonesome Mouse

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>MGM
  • MGM
  • Animated Characters: Tom, Jerry, Mammy-Two-Shoes.
  • Originally Released in 1943.
  • Production Number: 4306.
    MPAA: 08869
  • Running Time: 8:07 minutes.
  • TechniColor
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Tom and Jerry both speak in this short.

Re-released on November 26, 1949.

Tom gets an image "makeover" in this cartoon. He is drawn so as to make him appear less hairy and more modern than in earlier cartoons.

In a rare political reference for a Tom and Jerry cartoon, Jerry draws an Adolf Hitler mustache and forelock on a picture of Tom.

Songs:
  • "Happy Days Are Here Again" (Milton Ager)
  • "Ach Du Lieber Augustin" (arr. Scott Bradley)
  • "I Cried For You" (Arthur Freed)
  • "How About You?" (Burton Lane-Arthur Freed)
  • "Sing Before Breakfast Drums" (Nacio Herb Brown-Arthur Freed)

Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.

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