Life with Tom

Life With Tom

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Life with Tom

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Life with Tom is the 79th one reel animated Tom and Jerry short, created in 1953 directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera and produced by Fred Quimby with music by Scott Bradley. The cartoon was animated by Kenneth Muse, Irven Spence and Ed Barge with backgrounds by Robert Gentle. It was released to theatres on November 21, 1953 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.


A mailman delivers two packages and whistles out loud. Tom approaches to see that nothing is in his mailbox. He spots a package in Jerry's mailbox though, which appears to be a book, and tears it to reveal the title "Life with Tom." He hides in the bush as Jerry walks towards his mailbox and retrieves a letter. Tom then hears a radio program which announces the publication of a new book by Jerry Mouse. Tom opens the book and flips the page to "Dedicated to Tom.... Without whom, I could do very well." Tom moves on to a page detailing the day where he and Jerry went fishing.

Flashback to 1946's Cat Fishin' where Tom uses Jerry as bait. However, Jerry ties Tom's fishing line to Spike, leading to Tom reeling Spike in and bashing him on the head. Spike gives chase. Back to the present day, where the book reads: "To this day, Tom still thinks he caught a new species of dog fish." This makes Tom furious and he overhears his alley cats friends laughing. He skims to the page to the part where Jerry and Nibbles are dressed as Pilgrims. Flashback to 1948's The Little Orphan where Jerry and Nibbles...
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