Tom becomes Jerry's friend after falling into a barrel of cider while chasing him.
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Pete Burness animated around 50% of the animation in this cartoon, but he didn't receive any credit because he left the studio shortly after this cartoon was made. See more
The door of Mammy Two Shoes's bedroom opens to the left when she opens it after hearing the crash made by Tom in the kitchen. When Tom goes into her room later, it opens from the other side. Also, when we first see Mammy asleep, she's lying on her right side next to the wall. When Tom is in the room, her bed has moved 180 degrees because her feet are seen next to the wall instead of her head. See more
On almost all television prints, save for those in the UK, not only is Mammy's voice re-dubbed, but one particular line of dialog, "Well, slap my face, if this ain't a mess!" has also been replaced with, "Well, I'll be darned, this is such a mess!" As well, when an intoxicated Tom is about to splash water on Mammy, his line, "One for the money, two for the show, three to make ready, and four to go!", is muted, leaving only the hiccups he makes when saying the line. See more
Follows The Lonesome Mouse
Comin' Through the Rye
Traditional tune, lyrics by Robert Burns See more
15 March 1947 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Fair Weathered Friend
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(Western Electric Sound System)
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
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