Tom has a nightmare of being pounded by a giant dog. Jerry lures Tom into a series of encounters with the miniature vicious bulldog introduced in _Cat's Me-Ouch, The (1965)_. Tom finally ...
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Jerry is chased into a circus, where he removes a tack from the foot of an elephant. This gets him a friend for life, and a powerful ally in the continuing battles with Tom, not that it ... See full summary »
Jerry, with the help of a mouse friend, is lowered on a fishing line, abuses the sleeping Tom in various ways, and is yanked away before Tom sees him. First, he hits Tom with a fireplace ... See full summary »
Tom has a nightmare of being pounded by a giant dog. Jerry lures Tom into a series of encounters with the miniature vicious bulldog introduced in _Cat's Me-Ouch, The (1965)_. Tom finally decides the nightmare wasn't so bad after all.Written by
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Purr-Chance to Dream was decent, if nothing more than that. Starting with the good things, the visual gags are very funny, clever and well-timed. The music is suitably rousing and bouncy, while the characters are still their likable selves and the pacing is just right not too fast not too slow. However, a major downfall I am sorry to say was in the animation, I actually didn't think it was that great, it was somewhat cheap and lifeless and Tom looks odd here. Also the story is predictable and a little episodic too. Still this cartoon is not as bad as a cartoon like Switchin' Kitten and Carmen Get It!, the former of which was an absolute disgrace I felt. Overall, disappointing but funny and worth seeing if you can get past the cheap animation. 7/10 Bethany Cox
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