Tom and Jerry, 5 Episode - Dog Trouble (1942)

Tom and Jerry, 5 Episode - Dog Trouble (1942)

The short three-minute fragment from series is a 1942 one-reel animated cartoon and is the fifth Tom and Jerry short film. It was produced in Technicolor, released to theaters on April 18, 1942 by Metro-Goldwyn Mayer and reissued for re-release in 1952. Interesting facts: This is the first series, published during the Second World War. Mammy Two Shoes appearance at the end was ironically censored out on TBS and TNT. In this series, the first time Tom and Jerry acting together and help each other. First appearance of Spike (known as Bulldog). All rights reserved Warner Bros. Entertainment.

Gene Watson - The Fightin' Side Of Me

Gene Watson - The Fightin' Side Of Me

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Happy cows ~ spring has sprung

Happy cows ~ spring has sprung

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