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The New Tom & Jerry/Hanna-Barbera Message Board!
The New Tom & Jerry/Hanna-Barbera Message Board!
Welcome! Feel free to post anything on the 1975 edition of T&J or other Hanna-Barbera 'toons.
(Important Note: this message board is moderated once again, to keep a certain someone from constantly posting empty messages here.)
Aaron's New Tom & Jerry Information Site

Subject: NEW MESSAGE BOARD COMING SOON!


Author:
Aaron Handy III (Enthusiastic)
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Date Posted: 06:01:20 08/09/08 Sat

After 8 years, this old New Tom & Jerry/Hanna-Barbera Message Board will soon be retired...and replaced by a brand-spanking new board (powered by Forumer), which will appear in its place! Finishing touches are being made, as this post (which will probably be the last for this old board) is being typed, so it may be out sometime later today or tomorrow. THe link to this old board will remain...for nostalgic purposes only.

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Subject: Creation date


Author:
Hassan Moghis (When did T&J appear for the first time?)
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Date Posted: 07:53:34 04/17/08 Thu

Is April 17 the anniversary date of the two characters? Or is it some other date?

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Subject: tom and jerry records from the early 1950s


Author:
n a white
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Date Posted: 08:17:37 04/15/08 Tue

I have 3 tom and jerry 78rpm records, tom and jerry and the fire engine, tom and jerry and the rocket ship to the moon, tom and jerry in the wild west (with sample record not for sale sticker on it ). They are all from a radio station so do not have the original sleeves just a plane white cover
Can someone please give me some idea of there value as i would like to sell them. please email me at noplay2day@yahoo.com

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Subject: Grim and Bear It


Author:
Pete
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Date Posted: 22:25:25 04/13/08 Sun

Can anyone please tell me where I can get this episode? It doesn't matter the quality or format. I have been looking for this for a few years now and came up empty handed. Will pay reasonable prices or have lots to trade. Looking forward to your replies and thanks in advance.Pete

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Subject: pip-squack bird episode


Author:
mageiger
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Date Posted: 18:33:30 01/15/08 Tue

Does anyone know the name of the episode with the pip-squack bird? It was a T & J episode with all the "wacky sports" reporters/characters. My sister and I cracked up when we watched it. Am I wrong that it was T&J, and where can one find this episode?

Thanks,
ma

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Subject: i have a tom and jerry doll its about 40 years old it


Author:
Simon Feagan
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Date Posted: 06:48:35 08/02/02 Fri

i have a tom and jerry doll its about 40 years old it it has a pull string but does not work and jerry has come of his arm if any 1 would like to buy it or tell me how much it is worth i would be very happy to hear from you

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Subject: tom and Jerry money box


Author:
Jacquie
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Date Posted: 23:10:43 07/27/07 Fri

I have a 1970,s pot Tom and Jerry money box. It is a blue barrel with tom tied to the front and Jerry standing on top. Is it a collectible and if so how much would it be worth. Thanks.

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Subject: Need a steps to draw Tom and Jerry!


Author:
Charles Brubaker
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Date Posted: 05:31:14 04/27/01 Fri

Help! I Need a steps to draw Tom and jerry!!!!

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Subject: BEGINNING OUR NEXT DECADE SERVING 1975 TOM & JERRY FANS ONLINE...


Author:
Aaron Handy III (happy)
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Date Posted: 05:27:35 03/12/07 Mon

As we all know, Aaron's New Tom & Jerry Information Site , the world's first and only known web site devoted solely to the preservation and perpetuation of the 1975 Tom & Jerry TV cartoons from Hanna-Barbera, went online for the first time on this day in 1997.

A Happy Tin Anniversary to The New Tom & Jerry Info Site!

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Subject: Tom & Jerry Animations


Author:
Peter Boey
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Date Posted: 10:38:39 03/22/04 Mon

Dear Sirs,

I am interested to acquire for home video rights for Thailand for the Tom & Jerry and Tom & Jerry Kids animations. Please advise the contact person or company where I may continue
to communicate with.

Thanking you.

Best regards,
Peter Boey

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Subject: what is hong kong fuey's car


Author:
big dawg
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Date Posted: 15:00:19 01/06/07 Sat

what is hong kong fuey's cars name

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Subject: The New Tom & Jerry Info Site--Celebrating 10 Years Serving 1975 Tom & Jerry Fans!


Author:
Aaron Handy III (ecstatic)
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Date Posted: 13:37:42 01/05/07 Fri

March 12, 2007 is the day we observe one funtastic decade to the day that I, Aaron Handy III, a Commercial Arts/Visual Communications major @ Isaac Delgado Community College and a novice HTML webpage writer, inspired by Randy Aragorn Simcox's Tom And Jerry Information Page, fueled by childhood memories of afterschool viewings of the 1975 Tom & Jerry TV cartoons from Hanna-Barbera, and having taken out a free account @ GeoCities.com (it has since bounced around to four other servers since then), got comfy inside a computer lab @ Delgado, took fingertips to keyboard, and brought to life what became my first contribution to the then-youthful World Wide Web: "AHIII'S Info Page For Hanna-Barbera's The New Tom & Jerry (ABC, 1975-1977)" (sheesh, what a mouthful!). After some adjustments to the title and the addition of images and sound and video files, it would morph into the webpage we all know today as Aaron's New Tom & Jerry Information Site! A new banner for the site has been fashioned in honor of its 10th Anniversary.



A huge thanks to all of you who have and continued to for the past 10 years support the world's first and only known web site devoted solely to the preservation and perpetuation of Hanna-Barbera's 1975 made-for-television incarnation of Tom and Jerry, which for many years has remained my favorite version. Let's hope that DVD release is just around the corner!



So, in celebration of my
New Tom & Jerry Information Site's Tin Anniversary on The Internet, let's SING ALONG!




Set your dial for a while!

Have a laugh, wear a smile!

It's The Tom & Jerry Show!

You'll begin with a grin

When you first tune us in

On The Tom & Jerry Show!



Introducing that world-famous cat...TOM!

And that magnificent mouse...JERRY!



(instrumental solo)



Lots of zing, lots to sing!

Everything's gonna swing!

So, get ready - here we go!

Big or small, short or tall,

You will all have a ball

On The Tom & Jerry Show!

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Subject: In Memoriam: JOSEPH ROLAND BARBERA (1911-2006)


Author:
Aaron Handy III (Sad)
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Date Posted: 04:57:25 12/22/06 Fri

Theyre gone...they're both gone.




Yogi Bear creator Joe Barbera dies at 95



LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Joe Barbera, half of the Hanna-Barbera animation team that produced such beloved cartoon characters as Tom and Jerry, Yogi Bear and the Flintstones, died Monday, a Warner Bros. spokesman said. He was 95.



Barbera died of natural causes at his home with his wife Sheila at his side, Warner Bros. spokesman Gary Miereanu said.



With his longtime partner, Bill Hanna, Barbera first found success creating the highly successful Tom and Jerry cartoons. The antics of the battling cat and mouse went on to win seven Academy Awards, more than any other series with the same characters.



The partners, who had first teamed up while working at MGM in the 1930s, then went on to a whole new realm of success in the 1950s with a witty series of animated TV comedies, including "The Flintstones," "The Jetsons," "Yogi Bear," "Scooby-Doo" and "Huckleberry Hound and Friends."



Their strengths melded perfectly, critic Leonard Maltin wrote in his book "Of Mice and Magic: A History of American Animated Cartoons." Barbera brought the comic gags and skilled drawing, while Hanna brought warmth and a keen sense of timing.



"This writing-directing team may hold a record for producing consistently superior cartoons using the same characters year after year - without a break or change in routine," Maltin wrote.



"From the Stone Age to the Space Age and from primetime to Saturday mornings, syndication and cable, the characters he created with his late partner, William Hanna, are not only animated superstars, but also a very beloved part of American pop culture. While he will be missed by his family and friends, Joe will live on through his work," Warner Bros. Chairman and CEO Barry Meyer said Monday.



Hanna, who died in 2001, once said he was never a good artist but his partner could "capture mood and expression in a quick sketch better than anyone I've ever known."



The two first teamed cat and mouse in the short "Puss Gets the Boot." It earned an Academy Award nomination, and MGM let the pair keep experimenting until the full-fledged Tom and Jerry characters eventually were born.



Jerry was borrowed for the mostly live-action musical "Anchors Aweigh," dancing with Gene Kelly in a scene that become a screen classic.



After MGM folded its animation department in the mid-1950s, Hanna and Barbera were forced to go into business for themselves. With television's sharply lower budgets, their new cartoons put more stress on verbal wit rather than the detailed - and expensive - action featured in theatrical cartoon.





I shall never, ever forget these magnificent, talented artists...and neither will hundreds of millions of their fans. To absent friends...



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Subject: Certain 1975 Tom & Jerry 'Toons Not Shown


Author:
Aaron Handy III (Irritated)
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Date Posted: 11:44:02 11/27/06 Mon

Hello.



There is an issue I'd like to open concerning the 1975 H-B Tom & Jerry shows. They're currently not on right now, but I noticed that, from all the VHS recordings I made of them over the past few years from Cartoon Network and Boomerang (when they did air them!), of the 48 7-minute T&J cartoons made for TV in 1975, there are certain ones which haven't aired! Here is a list of them:



"Gopher Broke" (80-09)

"Cosmic Cat And Meteor Mouse" (80-15)

"The Flying Sorceress"* (80-19)

"Termites Plus Two" (80-21)

"The Egg And Tom And Jerry" (80-34)

"Watch Out, Watch Dog" (80-12)

"Triple Trouble" (80-36)

"Cruise Kitty" (80-46)





*Not to be confused with the 1956 MGM T&J cartoon of the same name.



A flagrant case of rerun abuse, maybe? It's not bad enough that they're rerunning the theatricals to death and back... Image



They did, however, air in full force on Canada's Teletoon.



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Subject: BOOMERANG Celebrates First Year With Tribute to First Hanna-Barbera Characters, Tom and Jerry!


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 13:03:56 03/26/01 Mon

Thought I'd give my NT&J/H-B Message Board its day in court with this first entry (courtesy of Cartoon Research):




manision cat
All-New Tom and Jerry short, "THE MANSION CAT," to Premiere Sunday, April 8!

Cartoon Network's BOOMERANG Celebrates Its First Anniversary With Tribute to First Hanna-Barbera Characters, Tom and Jerry

Marathon to Run Sunday, April 1, 8 a.m. through Monday, April 9, 8 a.m. (ET)

Official Turner Press release: BOOMERANG, Cartoon Network's 24-hour commercial-free classic animation cable/satellite network, will celebrate its one-year anniversary on April 1, with a weeklong marathon tribute to
Hanna-Barbera's original champions of the chase, Tom and Jerry. The cat-and-mouse cartoon bonanza will begin Sunday, April 1, at 8 a.m. and run non-stop through Monday, April 9, concluding at 8 a.m. In addition to the marathon, BOOMERANG also will premiere the first new Tom and Jerry short in 34 years (since 1967), "The Mansion Cat," directed by the characters' original co-creator, legendary animator Joe Barbera. "The Mansion Cat," produced in 2000 at Warner Bros. Animation Studios in Burbank, Calif., will play every hour on the hour, for 24 hours, starting Sunday, April 8 at 8 a.m., with a variety of classic theatrical Tom and Jerry shorts showcased in between.




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With more than 160 Tom and Jerry theatrical cartoons and nearly 45 hours of Tom and Jerry television programming available from the MGM and Hanna-Barbera libraries, BOOMERANG will spotlight a virtual
treasure trove of Tom and Jerry material. Highlights of the eight-day tribute include airings of all seven Academy Award®-winning theatrical shorts produced at MGM Studios: "Yankee Doodle Mouse" (1943), "Mouse Trouble" (1944), "Quiet Please!" (1945), "Cat Concerto" (1946), "The Little Orphan" (1948), "The Two Mouseketeers" (1951)and "Johann Mouse" (1952). Additionally, BOOMERANG will air episodes of Hanna-Barbera's Tom and Jerry/Grape Ape Show and Tom and Jerry Kids, both produced for television.






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MANSION CAT in-joke has Tom chasing Jerry in
front of
vintage photos of Hanna &
Barbera!
Headlining the weeklong stunt on BOOMERANG is the world television premiere of "The Mansion Cat," an all-new seven-minute Tom and Jerry short co-directed by Karl Toerge and Joe Barbera.
(Note from Jerry Beck: Actual cartoon credits Karl Toerge as sole director)
Produced in 2000, this new cartoon escapade finds Tom left alone in a large, fancy house while his owner (voiced by Joe Barbera himself) is
away for the day. All goes well until Tom spies Jerry enjoying a mid-morning snack and, in typical fashion, a wild, topsy-turvy chase ensues, destroying the mansion and
its elaborate furnishings in the process. Keen viewers may want to look for some interesting elements inserted into the background of the fast-paced cartoon by the creative team, including several vintage photographs of animators Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera on the wall.


"We simply couldn't dream up a more fitting first-year anniversary for BOOMERANG than a comprehensive tribute to Bill Hanna's and Joe Barbera's first collaborative effort, Tom and Jerry," says Mark Norman, senior vice president and general manager of BOOMERANG. "Tom and Jerry are arguably the most popular cartoon characters across the globe. To this day, they remain one of the top five programs aired on each of the Cartoon Network channels offered around the world. And since BOOMERANG is an entire network devoted to classic animation, primarily shorts and series created by
Hanna-Barbera, this extended marathon presents a perfect opportunity for kids and adults alike to enjoy the antics of their favorite cat-and-mouse team."



*SIGH* :(

Alas and alack, if only I had Boomerang...

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Subject: HELP?? What is the name of the cartoon with the bear that says QUIET !! CANT STAND NOISE!!!


Author:
Gerry
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Date Posted: 20:03:12 05/01/04 Sat

This video is classic and funny as heck !! There is a dog and a bear who is hybernating. The dogs job is to make sure things stay quiet. A little dog teases the big dog who looks like Butch from the Droopy series. Everytime someone makes a noise, the bear just pops out of nowhere, hits the dog on the head and yells QUIET, CANT STAND NOISE!!!

I desperately watch Cartoon Network and any station in hopes they may play this cartoon. NO LUCK !!!
Please feel free to email me direct with a response.

Thank you
Gerry

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Subject: Tom and Jerry free videos


Author:
Ekta
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Date Posted: 00:43:21 05/04/02 Sat

Hi I am Ekta from India and I am looking for some free downloads of Tom and Jerry episodes on the Internet as my husband is an avid fan of Tom and Jerry and I would like to present him with a CD of the same. Can anybody help me with this.
I will be grateful.
regards

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Subject: Tom and Jerry cartoon titled Heavenly Puss from 1949


Author:
Barb
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Date Posted: 12:14:21 01/09/03 Thu

I am looking for the Tom and Jerry cartoon titled "Heavenly Puss" made in July 1949 on VHS tape. Does anyone know if this specific episode is even available on tape?

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Subject: big indain store that is one


Author:
mary kona
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Date Posted: 09:44:59 04/17/04 Sat

please send me the address of your sponsor called big indain in wisconsin they sell cigarretts
TO marykona5@hotmail.com

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Subject: party invitations


Author:
patricia
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Date Posted: 01:12:30 04/18/01 Wed

My 3 year old is having a birthday! and he wants Tom & Jerry birthday invitations & party favors. where can i find some?

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Subject: Celebrating 9 Years of The New Tom & Jerry Information Site (1997-2006)!


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 13:03:56 03/12/06 Sun

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1997
 
It was exactly nine years ago today that I, Aaron Handy III, a Commercial Arts/Visual Communications major @ Isaac Delgado Community College and a novice HTML webpage writer, inspired by Randy Simcox's Tom And Jerry Information Page, fueled by childhood memories of afterschool viewings of the 1975 Tom & Jerry TV cartoons from Hanna-Barbera, and having taken out a free account @ GeoCities.com, got comfy inside a computer lab @ Delgado, took fingertips to keyboard, and brought to life what became my first foray into the ever-increasing realm of The Information Superhighway: "AHIII'S Info Page For Hanna-Barbera's The New Tom & Jerry (ABC, 1975-1977)." After some adjustments to the title and the addition of images and sound and video files, it would morph into the webpage we all know today as Aaron's New Tom & Jerry Information Site!
 
A huge thanks to all of you who have and continue to support the world's first and only known web site devoted solely to the preservation and perpetuation of Hanna-Barbera's 1975-77 series, The New Tom & Jerry Show. To this day, it ranks at the top of my list of my all-time favorite shows from H-B, despite the fact that serious animation fandom/criticism has it that, for many reasons, it's the runt of the litter. The black sheep of the T&J franchise. The bottom of the barrel. And they
continuously liken to it like Trekkies to the third and final season of the original Star Trek. Not that I have anything against the classics, mind you. I enjoy any classic T&J 'toon which doesn't feature Tom and that stripe between his eyes (not his very best feature, IMVHO). But then, in most cases, the classics do tend to be simply overrated.
 
It managed to weather rough times, too. Within almost a full year alone (October 2001-September 2002), my New Tom & Jerry Info Site had gone through 4 different servers, greatly due to my account being suspended on account of excessive bandwidth! (The servers were forced to slash their data transfer in nearly half
due to the dwindling economy in the wake of the 9/11 attacks.) But, fortunately, it has for the past 3 years been real happy in its new home, @ 50megs.com. And thanks to Internet Archives, we can all have a glance back at how the page evolved in its 4 old servers over the years:
Again, a big thanks to everybody for a magnificent 9 years of The New Tom & Jerry Info Site! party Gosh, I can hardly believe it's almost 10, already; where has the time gone?? Let's pray for that release of the entire series on DVD! praying
 
Set your dial for a while!
Have a laugh, wear a smile!
It's The Tom & Jerry Show!
You'll begin with a grin
When you first tune us in
On The Tom & Jerry
Show
!

Introducing that world-famous cat...TOM!
And that magnificent mouse...JERRY!

(instrumental solo)

Lots of zing, lots to sing!
Everything's gonna swing!
So, get ready - here we go!
Big or small, short or tall,
You will all have a ball
On The Tom & Jerry Show!
 
The New Tom & Jerry/Hanna-Barbera Message Board!
 
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Subject: what was toms uncles name


Author:
loki
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Date Posted: 13:55:04 07/26/04 Mon

the one that played guitar and always broke a string dose any hae the sound or song he would sing?

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Subject: HELP11


Author:
Barbara
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Date Posted: 11:03:27 03/04/06 Sat

hi, i've been searching for this one episode of tom and jerrys forever now. I was wondering if anyone can help me. It's the episode in which jerry the mouse runs away, at night, into the city on his own. And when he gets there he's so overwhelmed by the lights and sights and music. But at the end he ends up returning back to the house. "Can anyone help me?"

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Subject: Friends to the end


Author:
Keith
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Date Posted: 15:45:04 02/26/06 Sun

Can anyone tell me where I can find the lyrics for "Friends to the end" from Tom & Jerry - The Movie.

I heard it on tv the for the first (and only) time the morning after my 18 year old dog had died. I'm 43, and don't mind admitting it made me cry.

I'd love to be able to have the words to remember him by. Any help would greatly appreciated.

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Subject: Tom and Jerry adverts


Author:
TC
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Date Posted: 05:26:19 02/14/06 Tue

Does anyone know if the tom and jerry characters were ever used in any tv adverts at all, in particular during the '80' & '90's.I've been told Tom was used in an arabian tv advert.Could this be true?

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Subject: RE: PIP-SQUACK


Author:
Looking4Wave
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Date Posted: 22:58:48 02/16/04 Mon

Does anyone know if the PIPSQUACK bird sound is available as a wav file anywhere??

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Subject: tom and jerry toys


Author:
jenny
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Date Posted: 14:24:20 09/19/01 Wed

can any of you out there tell me where i can get tom and jerry merchandise such as beanies etc?ive been hunting high and low on the net and can only find collectable stuff which is not what im after.
thanks

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Subject: Name of this cartoon?


Author:
Professor Chaos
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Date Posted: 13:50:43 11/08/05 Tue

The synopsis of "Triple Trouble" reminded me of a short cartoon that I saw a few years ago... I don't know if it was theatrical or made for TV. It might have been made by Hanna-Barbera. This is what I remember:

A man is trying to build a freeway. He crashes against a really big tree and wants to chop it down with an ax. In the tree, there's living a woodpecker who immediately stops the man at his work. The man tries some other things like cutting the tree down with a chain saw (the woodpecker would then drill a hole in the saw and set the gas to fire), and making the woodpecker believe it's snowing so he'd fly to the south etc... If I remember right, they finally made sort of a tunnel into the tree so the cars could drive through it...

Does someone know the name of this cartoon?

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Subject: Planet Pest music


Author:
Professor Chaos
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Date Posted: 15:31:51 11/01/05 Tue

I'd like to hear the music that's played from the beginning of the episode "Planet Pest" to the shot where Tom and the alien enter the kitchen... Unfortunately, someone had the idea of giving almost each T&J episode from 1940-75 here in Germany a narrator.
Could someone please send me a WAV or MP3-file with good (well... at least acceptable ;-)) quality of only that minute?
Thanks.

Replace the zero in my e-mail address by an "o"

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Subject: Tom and Jerry T-shirts


Author:
Janice Folick
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Date Posted: 17:00:16 03/31/01 Sat

Do you know where I can get Tom and Jerry t-shirts for my twin 6-year old grandsons?
They are crazy about Tom and Jerry.
Even a 5 by 7" color photo would be fine. I could transfer it to a t-shirt. Thanks in advance.

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Subject: Tom & Jerry Back On CN Weekdays


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 09:38:19 09/14/05 Wed

Cartoon Network's official Tom & Jerry site reports that T&J, the last official classic cartoon shown on the channel, is back on its Noon (EDT) weekday schedule.


Currently, it's playing the Chuck Jones/Sib Tower-12 T&J shorts from the 60s. No indication on whether the made-for-TV shorts from 1975 may air again, like they did this spring.


Subject: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1975


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 05:45:01 09/13/05 Tue

(A day of infamy for Tom & Jerry fans!)

The New Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape Show, a new cartoon series from Hanna-Barbera, premiered @ 8:30 (EDT) on ABC Saturday Morning. Here the long-popular Tom and Jerry, after years of rivalry, have (in order to appease ABC Standards and Practices!) become the best of friends (and Jerry dons a red bowtie, so the animators would be able to "fragment" his movements), in episodes wherein they roamed the world competing in sports, enduring on-the-job misadventures, running afoul of dastardly villains, solving mysteries and helping others.

Each hour-long telecast of New Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape Show was split into five segments in a specific format: alternating with three 7-minute New Tom & Jerry segments were two 10-minute ones concerning a 40-foot purple ape, Grape Ape (voiced by the late Bob Holt) and his fast-talking beagle buddy, a carnival hustler
answering to the unlikely moniker of Beegle Beagle (voiced by Marty Ingels), or "Beegley Beagley," as G.A. would lovingly refer to him. The first shows on the agenda that week were as follows:


"No Way, Stowaways" with Tom & Jerry
"That Was No Idol, That Was My Ape" with Grape Ape
"The Ski Bunny" with Tom & Jerry
"The All-American Ape" with Grape Ape
"Stay Awake Or Else..." with Tom & Jerry


Yes, in spite of every slight, insult, rant and defiling ever cast at this particular version of the beloved cat-and-mouse, it still gets as much airtime as does the classic T&J shorts (thank you CN and Boomerang!). And it remains my firm favorite to this very day.


A Happy, Healthy 30th Anniversary to The New Tom & Jerry Show!! (Grape Ape and Beegle Beagle are 30, too, so let's give them some props as well!)


And now, if you will, kindly SING ALONG!!!



THE TOM & JERRY/GRAPE APE SHOW THEME SONG
Words and Music by William Hanna, Joseph Barbera and Hoyt Curtin; published by Anihanbar Music, Inc. (BMI)

Set your dial for a while!
Have a laugh, wear a smile!
The Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape Show!
You'll begin with a grin
When you first tune us in:
The Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape Show!

Introducing that famous cat and mouse...TOM & JERRY!
And there it is...it's THE GREAT GRAPE APE!
("I am, I am, Grape Ape, Grape Ape!" "Love that Tom and Jerry!")

(instrumental solo)

Lots of zing, lots to sing!
Everything's gonna swing!
So, get ready - here we go! (Beegle Beagle: "HERE WE GO!")
Big or small, short or tall,
You will all have a ball
On The Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape Show!



Subject: Tom & Jerry On CN Thursdays


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 13:30:48 08/26/05 Fri

Cartoon Network's online schedule states that Tom & Jerry, the last remaining classic cartoon to be shown on the channel, will resume their run on CN.

Effective next Thursday, September 1, T&J will be shown on a weekly 2-hour basis, @ 11 AM Eastern. The 30-minute weekend run will resume the following week.

Now, not that I wish to take stock in CN's programming, given the numerous aggravating preemptions, disappointments and letdowns we've had to endure for the bulk of this past summer. But I felt I should let you know anywho...

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Subject: Airplane cartoon


Author:
Jen
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Date Posted: 11:41:21 07/05/05 Tue

Does anyone remember the cartoon that had the parents who were airplanes. The father was a fighter plane in the war and the mother stayed home. They had a little son plane that used to zip everwhere. In the episode the father walks in and the mother says...oh george! and holds up little diapers she croched.


it's driving me crazy and I can't find anything on it at all.


thanks

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Subject: 1975 Tom & Jerry On CN This Weekend


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 07:29:42 06/24/05 Fri

Cartoon Network now has Tom & Jerry on the weekends, every Saturday and Sunday @ 7 A.M. (EDT), in a half-hour rotation. And the 1975 Hanna-Barbera New T&J TV cartoons are scheduled to run this wekend!

"Stay Awake Or Else..." (80-01), "An Ill Wind" (80-05) and "No Bones About It" (80-04) will air Saturday, June 25. And "No Way, Stowaways" (80-03), "The Ski Bunny" (80-02) and "Beach Bully" (80-06) will broadcast on Sunday, June 26.

So, set your dial for a while...once again!

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Subject: Re: Tom and Jerry


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Abby
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Date Posted: 07:35:03 05/26/05 Thu

Wow, I'm also looking for that song, and can't find it...if anyone finds it, would you email me at agirlwithatude@yahoo.com ....thanks so much!! :0)

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Subject: In Memoriam: HENRY CORDEN (1920-2005)


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 13:04:24 05/22/05 Sun

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Henry Corden, the voice of cartoon caveman Fred Flintstone's "Yabba-dabba-doo!" for more than two decades, has died. He was 85.

Corden died of emphysema Thursday night at AMI Encino Hospital, his longtime agent Don Pitts said Friday. Corden's wife of nine years, Angelina, was with him at the time.

He took over as the lovable loudmouth Fred Flintstone when original voice Alan Reed died in 1977. Reed had been doing Flintstone since the character debuted in 1960.

Born in Montreal, Corden moved to New York as a child and arrived in Hollywood in the 1940s. His first acting role was in the 1947 film "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty." Known for playing villains, he found small parts in movies, including 1952's "The Black Castle" and "The Ten Commandments" in 1956.

"As Henry said, he always played the cold-blooded creeps," Pitts said.

Corden moved into voice acting in the 1960s, and deployed his dialect skills in bit parts for Hanna-Barbera, including "Jonny Quest," "Josie and The Pussy Cats" and "The New Tom & Jerry Show."

Since "The Flintstones" echoed "The Honeymooners," Corden tweaked his role to approximate Jackie Gleason's Ralph Kramden character, Pitts said.

Corden also contributed to "The Jetsons," "Scooby-Doo" and "The Smurfs."

Corden, who lived in Encino, had been working until his health suffered about three months ago. He can most recently be heard on ubiquitous cereal commercials yelling "Barney, my Pebbles!"

Besides his wife, Corden is survived by five children and five grandchildren. A private memorial "party" is planned, Pitts said.




To absent friends...

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Subject: 1975 Tom & Jerry Back On The Air!


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 13:15:33 05/12/05 Thu

Cartoon Network has re-added the 1975 Hanna-Barbera New Tom & Jerry TV cartoons to their daily hourlong rotation of T&J shorts!

I just found this out today! I flipped on CN to view T&J, saw "Two Stars Are Born"...and immediately pushed the record button on my VCR and taped the very last half hour of it!

So set your dial for a while! Catch them every Monday-Friday on CN @ noon EDT!




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Subject: A Happy 8th Anniversary To The New Tom & Jerry Information Site!


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 15:42:19 03/12/05 Sat

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1997

 

It was exactly eight years ago today that I, Aaron Handy III, a Commercial Arts/Visual Communications major @ Isaac Delgado Community College and a novice HTML webpage writer, inspired by Randy Simcox's Tom And Jerry Information Page, fueled by childhood memories of afterschool viewings of the 1975 Tom & Jerry TV cartoons from Hanna-Barbera, and having taken out a free account @ GeoCities.com, got comfy inside a computer lab @ Delgado, took fingertips to keyboard, and brought to life what became my first foray into the ever-increasing realm of The Information Superhighway: "AHIII'S Info Page For Hanna-Barbera's The New Tom & Jerry (ABC, 1975-1977)." After some adjustments to the
title and the addition of images and sound and video files, it would morph into the webpage we all know today as Aaron's New Tom & Jerry Information Site!

 

A huge thanks to all of you who have and continue to support the world's first and only known web site devoted solely to the preservation and perpetuation of Hanna-Barbera's 1975-77 series, The New Tom & Jerry Show. To this day, it ranks at the top of my llist of my all-time favorite shows from H-B, despite the fact that serious animation fandom/criticism has it that, for many reasons, it's the runt of the litter. The black sheep of the T&J franchise. The bottom of the barrel. And they continuously liken to it like Trekkies to the third and final season of the original Star Trek. Not that I have anything against the classics, mind you. I enjoy any classic T&J 'toon which doesn't feature Tom and that stripe between his
eyes (not his very best feature, IMVHO). But then, in most cases, the classics do tend to be simply overrated.

 

It managed to weather rough times, too. Within almost a full year alone (October 2001-September 2002), my New Tom & Jerry Info Site had gone through 4 different servers, greatly due to my account being suspended on account of excessive bandwidth! (The servers were forced to slash their data transfer in nearly half due to the dwindling economy in the wake of the 9/11 attacks.) But, fortunately, it has for the past 3 years been real happy in its new home, @ 50megs.com. And thanks to Internet Archives, we can all have a glance back at how the page evolved in its 4 old servers over the years:


Again, a big thanks to everybody for a magnamous 8 years of ! Let's pray for that release of the entire series on DVD!


Set your dial for a while!
Have a laugh, wear a smile!
It's The Tom & Jerry Show!
You'll begin with a grin
When you first tune us in
On The Tom & Jerry Show!

Introducing that world-famous cat...TOM!
And that magnificent mouse...JERRY!

(instrumental solo)

Lots of zing, lots to sing!
Everything's gonna swing!
So, get ready - here we go!
Big or small, short or tall,
You will all have a ball
On The Tom & Jerry Show!


 


The New Tom & Jerry/Hanna-Barbera Message Board!

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Subject: Tom and Jerry Show-1975 should be on DVD


Author:
Ed (MCTS Bus 1944)
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Date Posted: 17:35:05 01/07/05 Fri

I remember seeing the Tom and Jerry Show from 1975 as reruns in the 1980s on WVTV Channel 18-Milwaukee. I really like it alot. I wasn't born yet when it appeared in the Fall 1975. I was born in the beginning of 1976. I hope it comes out on DVD one of these days. I've always been a Tom and Jerry fan since I was baby going back to 1977. I hope one day I'll have my own child. He/she will watch Tom and Jerry too.

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Subject: Celebrating 65 Years Of Tom & Jerry (1940-2005)


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Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 07:57:46 01/26/05 Wed

In observance of Hanna-Barbera's legendary cat and mouse duo's 65th anniversary it's time to sum up Tom & Jerry's long, varied history, which is divided into 7 different eras:


Era #1 - MGM/Hanna-Barbera (1940-1958) 114 cartoons

Era #2 - MGM/Gene Deitch (1961-1962) 13 cartoons

Era #3 - MGM/Chuck Jones/Sib-Tower 12 (1963-1967) 34 cartoons

Era #4 - Hanna-Barbera Productions - The New Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape Show (1975-1977) 48 cartoons

Era #5 - Filmation Associates - The Tom & Jerry Comedy Show (1980-1982) 30 cartoons

Era #6 - Hanna-Barbera/Turner Enterprises - The Tom & Jerry Kids Show (1990-1993) 39 cartoons

Era #7 - Turner Enterprises/Warner Bros.:


  • Tom & Jerry: The Movie (1992)
  • The Mansion Cat (2000)
  • The Magic Ring (2002)
  • Blast Off To Mars (2005)



All in all this comes down to a grand total of 282 Tom & Jerry cartoons created within a 65-year span!

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Subject: Hong Kong Fuey


Author:
Moe
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Date Posted: 17:29:57 01/09/02 Wed

Does anyone know where to purchase t-shirt(s) with Hong Kong Fuey on it?

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Subject: WHO IS JINX? OR JINXY?


Author:
ThE dOrK
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Date Posted: 13:14:15 05/05/04 Wed

im trying to figure out wich cartoon person is named jinx or jinxy, i believe he is either a mouse or a cat. and i do believe i saw him co star in a tom and jerry film . i would appreciate the feed back thanks.

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Subject: Violence in cartoons articles?


Author:
Deana
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Date Posted: 15:49:23 05/16/04 Sun

Hello everyone, I'm doing a project for a TV Productions class and I'm looking for articles having to do with the violence seen in the Tom and Jerry cartoons. The year it was printed does not matter. If you have a legitimate article could you please send it to me at Lipglossdstars@aol.com? Thank you.

Deana

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Subject: The Funtastic World Of Hanna-Barbera


Author:
Howard
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Date Posted: 21:26:12 05/13/04 Thu

That may have been a part of a weekly syndicated series "The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera" which ran a number of different shows, including "Yogi's Treasure Hunt" (I used to watch that one every week...Yogi and the gang going off to find treasures with clues given by Top Cat, with Dick Dastardly and Muttley as the villains) and something called "Paw-Paw Bears".

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Subject: To Mark The Shark


Author:
Steve
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Date Posted: 01:56:47 05/02/04 Sun

Hi Mark. I've just read your reply to a message I put on here a couple of years ago regarding the opening titles / commercial breaks etc on the New Tom And Jerry / Grape Ape Show. It had been a while since I checked for any replies, hence the delay in my thanking you for all that information. By the way, that's not too much information at all - it's exactly the sort of stuff I wanted. I'm very much interested in TV presentation and this was right up my street. Many many thanks.
Steve

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Subject: Joe Barbera


Author:
Lois Ann Grimshaw
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Date Posted: 11:42:20 04/07/04 Wed

Can anyone help me find an address where I can write to Joe Barbera expressing how glad I am he is making new cartoons, and various other things? please send the calviry sincerly, Lois Ann Grimshaw

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Subject: Tom & Jerry Marathons On Boomerang IN April!


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 12:13:55 03/20/04 Sat

Stay tooned next month, New T&J Fans!

BOOMERANG celebrates its fourth anniversary on the air with an all-month long tribute to Hanna-Barbera's first creations, Tom & Jerry! An all-weekend-long marathon is planned to begin Friday, April 2, 2004 @ 8 A.M./7:00 A.M. Central, with more than 160 Tom and Jerry theatrical cartoons and nearly 45 hours of Tom and Jerry television programming available from the MGM and Hanna-Barbera libraries! After that, Friday Marathons will be devoted to airing T&J.

Stay tuned, as BOOMERANG will also air episodes of Hanna-Barbera's New Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape Show (ABC, 1975) and Tom and Jerry Kids (FOX, 1990), both produced for TV!

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Subject: Aaron's New Tom & Jerry Information Site---Celebrating 7 Years Online (1997-2004)!


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 14:24:50 03/13/04 Sat

Aaron's New Tom & Jerry Information Site, the world's first and only known web site devoted solely to the preservation and perpetuation of Hanna-Barbera's 1975-77 series, The New Tom & Jerry Show, celebrated its seventh anniversary on The Internet yesterday!

A huge thanks to all of you who have and continue to help The New T&J Info Site thrive!


Set your dial for a while!
Have a laugh, wear a smile!
It's The Tom & Jerry Show!
You'll begin with a grin
When you first tune us in
On The Tom & Jerry Show!

Introducing that world-famous cat...TOM!
And that magnificent mouse...JERRY!

(instrumental solo)

Lots of zing, lots to sing!
Everything's gonna swing!
So, get ready - here we go!
Big or small, short or tall,
You will all have a ball
On The Tom & Jerry Show!


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Subject: Tom & Jerry inquiry


Author:
Jamieeeeeeeeeeeeee
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Date Posted: 10:30:18 05/19/03 Mon

In an episode of tom serinading a white cat. He is playing a Cello and singing jazz (Is you is or is you aint my baby)
What is the name of the episode and i want to know the name of the song
thank you
jamieeeeeeeeeeeee

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Subject: french song in Touche, Pussy Cat


Author:
Thomas
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Date Posted: 11:06:47 01/21/04 Wed

In one of the Tom and Jerry episodes, I think it's Touche, Pussy Cat, there is a mouse on the table cutting a piece of ham and he is singing a song in French. What is the name of that song? I think it's a folk song or children's song, I remember hearing it when I was a little kid.

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Subject: The piano concert episode


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Lambino
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Date Posted: 11:59:47 01/07/04 Wed

What piano piece is Tom playing there? i think its a rachmaninoff piece but am not sure.

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Subject: Title Cards?


Author:
Jason
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Date Posted: 06:22:00 01/05/04 Mon

Hey,
I was wondering if there were title cards on New Tom & Jerry series. Because I noticed on Boomerang they do not have any. Also if anybody could give me a list of the shorts played (both T&J and Grape Ape) on Boomerang on 1/4 it would be much appreciated.

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Subject: How Many of the MGM Era Animators are Still Alive??


Author:
Konrad
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Date Posted: 17:57:26 01/03/04 Sat

Does anyone know?

Thanks,

Konrad

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Subject: New Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape Airs Tomorrow On Boomerang!


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 06:05:41 01/03/04 Sat

Hello! And a happy, healthy and safe 2004 to my fellow New Tom & Jerrians, Hanna-Barberians, and all the Saturday Mornians to which I bond frequently!!

 

As you possibly know, Boomerang from Cartoon Network has helped ring in The New Year with a 4-day long stretch of A Weekend Of Saturdays, highlighting Saturday Morning shows throughout the years. Tomorrow's the day they wrap it all up, and on that day, The New Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape Show will air once again, as they showcase the year 1976! (Another old favourite, The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour, will re-air as well!)


So, mark your calendars, check those local listings, and fire up them VCRs (or TIVOs, if you got 'em!)!!

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Subject: Jerrys mouse hole


Author:
Morgan
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Date Posted: 16:22:12 12/03/03 Wed

I'm looking for the episode that shows jerry's mouse hole complete with kitchen match box bed and thread spool side table. Does anyone know what episode it is and where I can view it as soon as possible?

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Subject: book


Author:
haddad
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Date Posted: 07:49:28 12/02/03 Tue

dear sir
i want to resived free book (tom & jerry) for my kid .
he is 4 years old .
thank you

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Subject: when was the larst tom jerry made pluss ??????


Author:
simon h
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Date Posted: 23:23:06 11/29/03 Sat

hy i lovesssssssssssssssssss adore tom and jerry but when the bells hells was the larst and 1st tom jerry made over all how maney tom jerrys was whare can i get pictures of spike da dog pluss whare can i download the 1st larst epsode can some1 lit me no send me it
hemmingssm@aol.com tar
rrrooffyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy wooffyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

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Subject: Help me please


Author:
DanafromItlay
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Date Posted: 04:52:12 11/05/03 Wed

Help me!

Hi!
My name is Daniela and I came from Italy. I'm searching for VHS,Dvds;Divx or internet files about the episodes of "It's the wolf" ( Cattanooga Cats). I've searched all the web but Ihaven't been able to find any video, only pics.
Please help me!
If you know something about this cartoon e-mail me ( dana_ssj@hotmail.com)
Thank you
(ps: my english is very bad, excuse me!!!)

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Subject: All...RIGHT!!!!


Author:
Peter Harris
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Date Posted: 22:58:41 09/29/03 Mon

I didn't see The New Tom and Jerry Show when it first ran (I was 14 years old and growing out of cartoons -- I never thought I would, but I did). I first saw them as a 3 P.M. afternoon show in 1984 on our ABC station (replacing The Edge of Night, which was riding into its last sunset). In the syndicated version, the half hour was filled with all of the MGM cartoons (including Spike and other characters, and also including the short-lived T&J revival from 1964-66, produced and directed by the immortal Chuck Jones and featuring an opera aria in each cartoon, voiced by a guest character), and it opened with one of the most cartoon-violent montages ever seen on television -- Tom dives into a sink which Jerry has emptied, revealing dishes; Tom gets chased around a barnyard by a bull, ending in Tom getting a tin bucket slammed onto the back of his head; Tom gets the back of his French suit chopped off with an axe pushed by Tuffy; Tom gets a window slammed on his neck, causing his tongue to roll out, and several others I'm quietly forgetting. This one had a piano theme with lots of glissandos. IMHO, though, the 1975 T&J theme was one of Hoyt Curtin's best, and that is NO mean feat considering he had The Flintstones, The Perils of Penelope Pitstop, Josie and the Pussycats (all of which are downloadable from a theme song site; however, The New T&J isn't). The TV-made cartoons do look rather languid compared to the old ones, especially since (because Tom and Jerry are buddies, with the occasional tiff), every episode had to feature a guest star who talked all the time (open mouth, close mouth, open mouth, close mouth, often while walking, so the same sequence of drawings could be used ad infinitum). Usually Tom and Jerry were limited to making faces at the guest star until he left (I don't think there were any female guests).

I was startled to hear that Don Messick has left the building. When did he pass on? He was certainly one of the great voice artists of our time, and I think he could have made a living as a character actor on camera (he was a regular -- playing a voice artist, of course -- on The Duck Factory, an instant-flop live-action MTM sitcom about an animation studio, remembered as the TV starring debut of Jim Carrey). And, of course, everybody remembers him as Papa Smurf, Dr. Benton Quest, Boo Boo, Scooby-Doo (did he do the voice for the movie?) and heaven knows how many more.

I think this site is SUPER.

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Subject: The creation of Tom and Jerry


Author:
Jenn
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Date Posted: 15:00:38 09/26/03 Fri

Does anyone know where the idea for Tom and Jerry came about? I know this sounds funny, but I could swear that Jerry looks like Jerry Herman (the songwriter)...I met him...he came to my school once...Jerry Herman, I mean.

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Subject: hong kong fuey


Author:
nick
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Date Posted: 13:19:10 03/25/03 Tue

does any body know the name of hong kong fuey's cat if at all it had one

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Subject: 3 Weeks Of 1975 Tom & Jerry TV 'Toons Shown On Boomerang!


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 12:14:24 08/29/03 Fri

Man! This is the 1975 version of Tom & Jerry's night to howl!

For the next 3 weeks, the Saturday edition of Boomerang will be feeding us doses of the "lesser" known version of T&J:

tomorrow (1976) - The (New) Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape Show
Sept. 6* (1977) - The Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape/Mumbly Show
Sept. 13 (1978) - Tom & Jerry (Hanna-Barbera)

*The (New) Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape Show premiered on ABC Sept. 6, 1975!

And do not doubt that there'll be updates to the episode synopses in my New Tom & Jerry Information Site as a result of this!

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Subject: I'M FINALLY GETTING BOOMERANG!!!!!!!!!


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 13:00:06 05/31/03 Sat

Hee-hee-hee! I'm so happy, I could plotz!!

 

It took 3 years to do it, but, as of Sunday, June 1, my local cable operator, Cox Cable New Orleans, is finally adding Boomerang from Cartoon Network, the 24-hour network for classic cartoons (an English-dubbed edition!), to its Digital Cable lineup!!! Hurrah!!!

 

Now, I'll finally be able to be in one everything Boomerang has to offer!The yearly Tom & Jerry marathons in April! The June Bugs marathons in June! The weekly spotlight on a certain year every Saturday! Boomeraction! And more!! For a while now, I've had to contend with only a Spanish-dubbed version of Boomerang as part of a "Telelatino Package" of the digital lineup---which you had to pay in order to recieve---because Cox Cable wasn't convinced that an English-dubbed version exists. I think the e-mail I sent 'em finally convinced them otherwise!

 

I guess the best things really do come to those who wait!

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Subject: Tom and Cherie


Author:
Ron
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Date Posted: 07:33:01 05/20/03 Tue

I'm desperately looking for a VHS or multimedia copy of Tom and Cherie. Any ideas?

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Subject: 'The ugly duckling' video


Author:
Joyce o'Neill
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Date Posted: 04:19:50 02/26/03 Wed

I am looking for a video of The Ugly Duckkling with Olivia Newton Johns the host, I would imagine it is at least 20 years old.

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Subject: Opening titles


Author:
Steve
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Date Posted: 16:41:59 01/17/02 Thu

Hello. I've often wondered exactly how those cartoon shows split into different segments were presented in terms of titles. I live in England, where such cartoon shows tended to be split so that each segment was shown as a separate series. With short cartoons such as Huckleberry Hound, It's the Woolf, Yogi Bear etc, we never used to see main titles, only the episode title caption at the start and usually no closing caption. So it was only fairly recently that I discovered that Yogi Bear and Huckleberry Hound were originally part of the same show. Sometimes a cartoon would be paired up with something totally unrelated, as was the case when The Grape Ape Show was first shown here. There was no sign of Tom and Jerry, and it was immediately followed by Bailey's Comets, a cartoon about a team of roller skaters taking part in a race. I think Bailey's Comets was a De Patie - Freleng production, not a Hanna-Barbera cartoon, though I could be wrong there. No closing credits were shown and I don't remember ever seeing the New Tom and Jerry Show. So I can only guess at how they were originally shown on ABC. Taking the New Tom and Jerry/Grape Ape Show as an example of segmented shows, can anyone tell me if the following "running order" is correct:
Tom And Jerry Show main title
Tom And Jerry episode, starting with an episode title caption and finishing with an end caption.
Commercial
Grape Ape Show main title
Grape Ape episode, with episode title caption and end caption.
Commercial
Tom and Jerry episode, with title and end captions only - no main title
Commercial
Grape Ape episode, with title and end captions only.
Commercial
Tom and Jerry episode, with title and end captions.
Closing titles, listing credits for both Tom And Jerry and Grape Ape.

Is this correct, or were the Tom and Jerry main titles shown at the start of each Tom and Jerry segment and likewise for Grape Ape?
Have I put all the commercial breaks in the right places, or were there also breaks immediately after the main titles and immediately before the closing titles?
What was used as the closing music? Was it that fast banjo tune which was used on several Hanna-Barbera shows in the late seventies?
I know this is a lot of quesstions, but I would really appreciate it if someone could answer them for me. Thanks.

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Subject: Tom


Author:
Doll
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Date Posted: 10:25:05 01/19/03 Sun

When I was 5 years old I got a tom doll.It had a pull string and said some things.Well about a year later it boke.My brother who was nine at the time opened up his chest to operate and try to fix him.Of course he could'nt.There's just so much a nine year old non surgeon can do after all.Dad sew him up and I'm told he was love by me as before.Yet I'm guessing he was never the same.

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Subject: tver


Author:
victor
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Date Posted: 12:21:38 12/06/02 Fri

hi

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Subject: Tom & Jerry as friends


Author:
Chris
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Date Posted: 11:14:39 11/19/02 Tue

Hi there,

I remember for childhood seeing a lot of Tom & Jerry Cartoons where they two were friends and completed tasks together like being Animal Doctors, I remember an episode where they have to pull out a thorn of a lion's foot.

Also the beginning signation was different, Tom was about to perform in the circus, but fell asleep so Jerry put on Eyeglasses on Tom and painted open eyes on them, then set Tom on rollerskates and let him perform.

Later, I have never seen these episodes nobody but me seems to know them, so please somebody tell me that I am not crazy and these exist.

Thank You Very Much

Chris

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Subject: Question


Author:
Tom F.
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Date Posted: 10:28:17 11/14/02 Thu

I have a question.
What is the name of the episode in that Tom is on the way to heaven because a piano brought him to death and then falls down to hell!
It would be great if someone would know this!
Thanks!

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Subject: Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape Show To Air On Cartoon Network's Sampling Of Boomerang


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 13:55:16 10/09/02 Wed

Cartoon Network is planning to air The (New) Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape Show on their weekly sampling of Boomerang Saturday, October 26, at 6 AM Eastern/5 AM Central Time.

Now, the last time they ran it (on June 30), they played 2 Grape Ape cartoons, 2 classic Tom & Jerry cartoons, and one T&J 'toon from '75 ("An Ill Wind")! (Did I forget to mention they neglected to show any Mumbly cartoons?) Now, their inadvertent showing of those 2 classic T&J 'toons in the wrong era (it was 1977, y'all!) threw viewers (like me!) completely off track. It seems to me that Cartoon Network feels that the 1970s version of Tom & Jerry is as much anathema to show as diehard classic T&J fans feel it is watch---is it any wonder that its release on VHS or DVD is long overdue?!


Let's hope that CN stays focused on the motivation and shows the full stretch of '70s T&J 'toons this time...and, better yet, hope they haven't been taught to hate 'em! If not, I'm gonna sing 'em a heated aria they'll never 4get!

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Subject: Wacky Races & Banana Splits


Author:
Russell Shilling
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Date Posted: 11:03:21 10/17/02 Thu

Dear Sir, I'm interested in the wacky races & Banana splits videos. I would need pricing when available.Thank you.

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Subject: question


Author:
jacob
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Date Posted: 14:17:15 10/16/02 Wed

I was wondering what famous actor was discovered while answering mail for tom and jerry. I didn't know where else to turn to and you seem to have extensive knowledge on this subject. Thank you

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Subject: Tom & Jerry


Author:
Darren
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Date Posted: 08:25:45 08/05/02 Mon

any info on tom&jerry comics dated 1965-1975 thanks

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Subject: Aaron's New Tom & Jerry Information Site Moves To 50megs!


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 10:09:18 09/09/02 Mon

Due to an unfortunate circumstance beyond my control (TopCities suspended my account on account of excessive bandwidth!), my New Tom & Jerry Information Site has switched locations...yet again!!!

The new URL is:

http://1975tomjerry.50megs.com/



I have created a separate account @ 50megs for an external URL of the site totally devoted to The Great Grape Ape and Mumbly (you can put up a link to it on your sites, if you wish):

http://grapemumb.50megs.com/



I am well under the limit, @ 2.8 MB, so that should be a comfort to me. Let's hope 50megs will do for my site what GeoCities, Tripod, 0catch (indeed!) and TopCities did not. Wish me luck!



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Subject: Scooby Doo


Author:
Elph
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Date Posted: 21:06:29 08/25/02 Sun

Hi How's everybody doing? I'm interested in buying the Scooby and Scrappy Doo show (Volume 1,3, and 4) cartoons
Volume 1 has "Shiver and Shake that Demon's a Snake" and
"The Scary Sky Skeleton" and
"The Neon Phantom"

Volume 3 has "The Demon of the Dugout" and
"The Hairy Scare of Devil Bear"

Volume 4 has "I Left my Neck in San Francisco" and
"20,000 Screams under the sea"

I think these are the right titles correct me if I'm wrong. Thank you so much for your time.

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Subject: $100 for one episode


Author:
Cozmopoloton
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Date Posted: 20:00:42 01/22/02 Tue

I'm offering $100.00 to anyone who can get me the episode "Cozmic Cat & Meteor Mouse" on VHS. This is no joke. All I want is that one episode

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Subject: my son wants a video of tom and jerry kids


Author:
nerv7
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Date Posted: 14:11:07 05/18/01 Fri

My Son is looking for a video of tom & jerry kids cartoon
(it comes on cartoo network in the morning)He is non verble
(cant talk) he's 13yrs old. weve looked all over the web
for it. can anyone out there help? please email to
nerv7 at:sweberin@aol.com thanks!!!

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Subject: Hong Kong Fuey phone covers


Author:
dave
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Date Posted: 08:13:02 03/24/02 Sun

can anyone please help me, i am in england and i am desperatly trying to find a phone cover for me mate's 3210 nokia, she's a HKF freak and already has the ring tone on her phone, we just need to find her a cover from somehwhere

if anyone knows a supplier then please contact me on the email ddress below, doesn't really matter where it it as i can pay the postage

thanks all

dave, liverpool

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Subject: Wanted: Tom and Jerry Tie


Author:
Sherri
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Date Posted: 18:53:55 05/15/02 Wed

Where can I find a Tom and Jerry tie for a friend? I have one already, but want another! Anyone able to assist me?

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Subject: Hanna-Barbera Bad Moon on the rise


Author:
Crystal
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Date Posted: 10:46:45 05/04/02 Sat

I have been trying to find my favorite Hanna-Barbera cartoon from when I was younger. I know it had huckleberry hound, and a whole group of characters in it. It was in the 80's. They did cartoon music videos and one of the ones they did was Bad Moon on the rise. I could have sworn the name of the show was Hanna-Barbera and Friends but I haven't found anything on that so I am probably wrong. If anyone has any leads or info of any kind it would be greatly appreciated.

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Subject: TOM AND JERRY KIDS EPISODE GUIDE


Author:
BRIAN
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Date Posted: 11:20:58 05/01/01 Tue

Where can I find a Tom and Jerry Kids Episode Guide?

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Subject: Huckleberry Hound


Author:
Betty Sydow
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Date Posted: 13:33:03 03/23/02 Sat

I am looking for the video of Huckleberry Hound is the Sherriff and he captures Dinky Dalton. If anyone has this or knows where I can get it please let me know Thanks
Betty

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Subject: sound samples


Author:
josh
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Date Posted: 16:24:08 05/27/01 Sun

Where can i get a sample of the bongo sounds from the tom and jerry cartoons?
TIA
Josh

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Subject: New Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape Show On Boomerang In May/Great Grape Ape Show On CN In April


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 11:37:27 03/08/02 Fri

Saturday, May 4, 2002, to be exact, is slated to be
the next date Boomerang will run another exciting edition of the original New Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape Show and The Scooby Doo/Dynomutt Hour.

And, as an added bonus, Cartoon Network's weekly sampling of >Boomerang will be showing The Great Grape Ape Show on Saturday, April 27.

Fire up them VCRs!

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Subject: Tom and Jerry


Author:
Nancy Jones
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Date Posted: 20:37:42 02/02/02 Sat

Growing up watching Tom & Jerry I remember a show called "The Story of My Life (with John & Mary)." I haven't seen it in a very long time. Does anyone know where I can get a tape of it?

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Subject: Grape Ape


Author:
Nancy Jones
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Date Posted: 20:33:49 02/02/02 Sat

Could you please e-mail me when you get any info of Grape Ape being aired on cartoon network? I'm a really big fan & would appreciate it greatly. Thanks.

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Subject: Still looking for two episodes


Author:
Joshua C.
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Date Posted: 01:39:52 01/03/02 Thu

Back in November I posted a message on this board asking if anyone could help me obtain two specific episodes from The New Tom & Jerry Series on VHS. Unfortunately, I've been unsuccessful, so I figured I'd give it another shot: I'm looking for the episodes "Cozmic Cat and Meteor Mouse" and "An Ill Wind" on VHS. I'm willing to work out ANYTHING with anyone who can help me get these two episodes.

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Subject: collecting TOM AND JERRY cartoons


Author:
Julie Esris
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Date Posted: 13:33:08 08/18/01 Sat

I'm a HUGE fan of "Tom and Jerry." I have all the "Tom and Jerry" cartoons from 1940-57, but I am looking for anyone who owns any tapes of ALL the "Tom and Jerry" cartoons from the 1960s and 1975. I would like copies of them. We can work out an exchange,(I don't want to pay money) in that I could send you copies of other tapes of some shows ("Simpsons", or whatever) that I have. If you can help, please respond by EMAIL ONLY. I can be reached at jesris@pratt.edu, and you can check out my website at http://members.nbci.com/julie1013/juliescartoons.html

Thanks!

Julie

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Subject: Boomerang Continues T&J Marathon; Grape Ape On CN Saturday


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 12:35:22 01/16/02 Wed

Boomerang will continue its Tom & Jerry Marathon this Friday, January 11, which will begin @ 8:00 AM EST Friday morning and continue through Saturday morning @ 7:30 AM EST.

And also, tune in to this week's sampling of Boomerang on Cartoon Network as The Great Grape Ape Show will run again, @ 4:00 AM EST.

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Subject: Tom playing the cello


Author:
Prakash
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Date Posted: 12:00:01 01/11/02 Fri

Looking for an image from the Tom and Jerry cartoon where Tom is playing the cello. May seem like a bizarre request but it would put an end to a ten year old inside joke
Thanks!

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Subject: Sunglasses? Anyone?


Author:
Woc Man
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Date Posted: 15:24:35 01/02/02 Wed

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Subject: Desperately looking for the 'PLANET PEST' episode


Author:
Silke Atzbacher
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Date Posted: 11:45:01 01/02/02 Wed

Hi there,
I am desperately looking for the 'Planet Pest' episode where Tom and Jerry are being visited by a very funny looking alien. I saw this episode about 20 years ago and never saw it again. Can anyone help me (my e-mailadress is: s_atzbacher@hotmail.com).
I hope so. Thanks

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Subject: Tom &Jerry: Definitive Guide to Their Animated Adventures


Author:
Sunni
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Date Posted: 12:41:08 08/20/01 Mon

I am a volunteer for the Friends of the Adams County Library in Gettysburg, PA. This 1990 book by Patrick Brion was donated to our bookstore by a patron for fund raising. I understand this is a rare gem (Amazon shows one listed by a dealer for $295), but it did not sell in my first eBay attempt. I thought maybe a fan might treasure it. If anyone is interested in more details, please email me. I am completely open to offers. All proceeds benefit the library.

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Subject: Tom & Jerry name origins?


Author:
Mercury6
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Date Posted: 15:15:58 12/27/01 Thu

Hello! I'm wondering how Tom and Jerry got their names. I think that they might have gotten them from the British Tommies and the German Jerries, both on opposite sides during World War II. Can anyone confirm this?

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Subject: LIKE TO VIEWW THE PICTURES


Author:
KUNLE BAKARE
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Date Posted: 07:46:08 12/07/01 Fri

i am a serious lover of this cartoon .i had wated to be part of this lovely programme,though as an artist i like catoons too.
i love the programme.

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Subject: PIP-SQUACK


Author:
John Doan
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Date Posted: 17:43:27 12/11/01 Tue

I am looking for the title of the T&J episode where there is a character that says "PIP-SQUACK".

Can someone help???

~JD

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Subject: TOM AND JERRY COLORING BOOK


Author:
DENNIS SWEETIE
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Date Posted: 07:16:33 05/22/01 Tue

I am in desperate need to find a Tom and Jerry coloring book
for myself. Can anyone help ?.

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Subject: Boomerang To Air New Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape Show Again


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 10:38:26 12/04/01 Tue

Boomerang is planning another run of The New Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape Show on Saturday, December 29, starting @ 8 AM Eastern/ 7 AM Central!

The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour will reappear, too. Hope they'll show the original opening and closing titles this time!

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Subject: Looking for two episodes


Author:
Joshua C.
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Date Posted: 22:02:14 11/19/01 Mon

I've been looking for two specific episodes from the new Tom & Jerry series for years now. One is "Cozmic Cat and Meteor Mouse" and the other is "An Ill Wind." These are my two favorite Tom & Jerry episodes of all time, and I would give anything to see them again. If anyone out there can help me, please E-mail me at: george_c29669@yahoo.com

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Subject: Great Grape Ape On Cartoon Network December 15!


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 12:25:37 11/15/01 Thu

Watch out for Episode 6 of The Great Grape Ape Show ("G.I. Ape"/"The Purple Avenger," aired on ABC 10/11/75) to air on Cartoon Network's weekly sampling of Boomerang, Saturday, December 15, @ 6 AM Eastern/5 AM Central!

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Subject: Y t il des francais collectionneurs fans de Tom & Jerry??


Author:
SET
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Date Posted: 19:29:59 11/01/01 Thu

Ya t il des francais avec qui on pourrait echanger des tom & jerry ?? rendez vous sur alt.binaries.multimedia.cartoons
dans les groupes de news...

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Subject: tom and jerry in house attack playstation game


Author:
rebecca haighway
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Date Posted: 04:16:18 10/10/01 Wed

can anybody help me please?
i have the playstation game of tom and jerry in house attack and im stuck on the level where jerry has to get the robot tom. can anyone give me hint or tip please.

thanks

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Subject: 25 Years Ago Yesterday...


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 14:13:55 09/12/01 Wed

Canine sleuth Mumbly joins Tom & Jerry and The Great Grape Ape, and the show becomes The Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape/Mumbly Show on ABC.

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Subject: 26 Years Ago Today...


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 11:27:54 09/06/01 Thu

The New Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape Show had its debut on ABC Saturday Morning @ 8:30 (EDT).




CELEBRATING 26 YEARS OF NEW TOM & JERRY!

(1975-2001!)


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Subject: Tom's 'owner'


Author:
kittttty
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Date Posted: 08:58:41 07/23/01 Mon

Who was the 'owner' of Tom? Thanks!

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Subject: Jeannie


Author:
Pendleton J.
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Date Posted: 07:08:47 08/15/01 Wed

Hi there, I'm a big fan of Tom & Jerry, and I'm in love with the beautiful Jeannie, the teen babysitter from "Tot watchers" and "Busy buddies". Could you tell me where can I get pics from her? I would love to have all the caps relating her or even better, the videoclips.

Thanks,
Femtickler.
femtickler@yahoo.com

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Subject: Grape Ape Episode Guide


Author:
TGuy
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Date Posted: 13:17:03 07/02/01 Mon

Hey there. I've been looking for grape ape episode synopsis, and then I came to your site. first I want to say, that it's great that you've taken your time to make such a good site for this not very known series. other than your site I only found about 2-3 other ones that had bits of info about the show. your episode list helped me very much, and then I saw the link at the buttom saying that soon you'll put up episode synopsis for the eps. so I just wanted to ask if you plan on doing that soon, or if you know another place with episode summeries, because I need them badly.
keep up the good work! ;)

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Subject: The Great Grape Ape Comes To Boomerang!


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 12:33:33 06/20/01 Wed

The Great Grape Ape Show is being added to Boomerang's schedule, effective Monday, July 2!

Click here to check for regularly scheduled timeslots (all CDT, of course!)!

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Subject: Dino...who owns the trademark of the Flintstones pet dinosaur?


Author:
Troy Stambaugh
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Date Posted: 19:45:17 05/31/01 Thu

I am wondering who owns the trademark to dino....and a way to contact them directly...thanks

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Subject: Watch For The Great Grape Ape on CN This Saturday


Author:
Aaron Handy III
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Date Posted: 14:42:10 05/15/01 Tue

Don't miss Episode 8 of The Great Grape Ape Show ("Amazon Ape"/"Grape Marks The Spot," first aired on ABC 10/25/75) on Cartoon Network's weekly sampling of Boomerang this Saturday, @ 6 AM Eastern/5 AM Central.

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Subject: New Tom & Jerry Show Video or VCD


Author:
Amitava Chatterjee
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Date Posted: 13:35:51 04/19/01 Thu

I'm looking for any Videos or VCDs which contain all the 48 episodes of New Tom & Jerry Show broadcasted as 7 minute episodes each during 1975-77.

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Subject: Tom statue


Author:
Katie
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Date Posted: 12:51:25 04/20/01 Fri

I found in my attic a very old looking glass statue of Tom. It looks like it could be a flower pot or used to hold pens..Anyone have any idea about where I could find more info about it or get it appraised? I've looked all over the net and haven't found anything yet.

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