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Tom & Jerry: Chuck Jones Collection
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Penthouse Mouse (1963)
The Cat Above and The Mouse Below (1964)
Is There a Doctor in the Mouse (1964)
Much Ado About Mousing (1964)
Snowbody Loves Me (1964)
The Unshrinkable Jerry Mouse (1964)
Ah, Sweet Mouse-story of Life (1965)
Tom-ic Energy (1965)
Bad Day at Cat Rock (1965)
The Brothers Carry-Mouse Off (1965)
Haunted Mouse (1965)
I'm Just Wild About Jerry (1965)
Of Feline Bondage (1965)
The Year of the Mouse (1965)
The Cat's Me-ouch (1965)
Duel Personality (1966)
Jerry, Jerry, Quite Contrary (1966)
Love Me, Love My Mouse (1966)
Puss 'n' Boats (1966)
Filet Meow (1966)
Matinee Mouse (1966)
The A-Tom-inable Snowman (1966)
Catty Cornered (1966)
Cat and Dupli-cat (1966)
O-Solar Meow (1966)
Guided Mouse-ille (1966)
Rock 'n' Rodent (1967)
Cannery Rodent (1967)
The Mouse from H.U.N.G.E.R. (1967)
Surf-Bored Cat (1967)
Shutter Bugged Cat (1967)
Advance and Be Mechanized (1967)
Purr-Chance to Dream (1967)
Tom and Jerry...and Chuck
Chuck Jones: Memories of a Childhood
(Released June 23, 2009 by Warner Home Video)
Another Long DVD Review by Joe Torcivia
It must have been one heck of a surprise for the theatrical audiences of late 1963 to see the familiar MGM Roaring Lion signal the beginning of the upcoming cartoon - and have the head of TOM fade into its place and go "MEOW! MEOW! FST! FST!". ...I know it was for me when I first saw it on television!
But, with this revamped opening, famed animation director Chuck Jones began putting his stamp on Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera's cat and mouse team of TOM AND JERRY.
Chuck's unique vision and design sense would guide Bill and Joe's creations for little more than three years and 34 cartoons, and it is those cartoons that make up Warner Home Video's release Tom and Jerry: The Chuck Jones Collection.
We'll break the review into CONS and PROS.
Content Notes: Once again a WHV set has NO CONTENT LISTING anywhere inside the package! One disc is on a "hinged holder" and the other disc rests on the inside back wall of the packaging! But, beyond that, there is no list of titles for the cartoons and, while they follow the order of original theatrical release, this isn't something that even most hardcore animation fans have committed to memory, much less mere civilians. Ditto on listings for the extra features.
This is at least the THIRD Warner Animation set I've purchased this year with no content notes! The others being Max Fleischer's Superman and Saturday Morning Cartoons 1960s Volume 1. Doubtless, there are others indicating an unfortunate trend in Warner's DVD packaging for animation sets.
Talent: It's not Bill Hanna, Joe Barbera, and original composer Scott Bradley.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Classics! This ended up being a gift for someone who grew up watching this show but wasn't able to watch it since it wasn't on tv anymore. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Jordan
Fast and prompt delivery and my daughter have watched the DVDs a thousand and one times. Great buy for great cartoons.Published 6 months ago by Ethan
Our whole family loves this. Long live Tom & Jerry!!!Published 7 months ago by Eleanor H. Schneider
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The 3 volumes of the Spotlight collections contain all but 2 of the Hanna/Barbera Tom & Jerry cartoons, omitted because of racial stereotype humor - I wish they were included, but oh well. The two missing cartoons are Mouse Cleaning and Casanova Cat.
This Chuck Jones set contains all 34 of the... Read More
Oct 5, 2009 by littlefuzzy | See all 2 posts