Tom invites Toots to an elegant dinner. However, he's made the mistake of trying to put Jerry to work, as a serving boy, a corkscrew, and other tasks. Jerry puts up with a little of this, ... See full summary »
Spike the bulldog, grateful to Jerry for getting him out of the dogcatcher's van, offers to help the little mouse any time he whistles. Tom, Jerry's feline tormentor, seeks to overcome this new disadvantage.
Towards the end of the cartoon, whilst Tom and Butch are battling over Toodles' affections, Tom grabs a swing and places a plant-pot on it. However, he pulls the swing quite far, yet it is still as close to the ground as when it was just dangling initially. With how far he pulled it there is no way that it would still be that close to the ground. See more »
Here is another great cartoon for Valentine's Day (or any other day), starring the dynamic duo of "toondom:" Tom and Jerry. This is my favorite Tom and Jerry cartoon from 1946, where Tom falls in love with a cute girl cat named Toodles. In this short, Jerry peered by the spirit of jealously forges a letter laced with perfume (supposedly from Toodles) to an alley-cat named Butch to break-up Tom's romance, so Jerry could selfishly have his "frenemy" back.
I don't have any particular scene that I like because I love this cartoon, and I love how Toodles is designed. So that is all I could say about this cartoon.
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