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|Tom and Jerry series|
|Directed by||William Hanna
|Produced by||William Hanna
|Story by||William Hanna
|Voices by||Bill Thompson(uncredited)|
|Music by||Scott Bradley|
|Animation by||Lewis Marshall
|Layouts by||Richard Bickenbach|
|Backgrounds by||Roberta Greutert|
|Release date(s)||April 19, 1957|
|Preceded by||Tops with Pops|
|Followed by||Feedin' the Kiddie|
Timid Tabby is the 106th one reel animated Tom and Jerry short, directed and produced by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera with music by Scott Bradley. The cartoon was animated by Lewis Marshall, Kenneth Muse, Irven Spence, Ken Southworth and Bill Schipek, with backgrounds by Roberta Gruetert and layouts by Richard Bickenbach. It was released on April 19, 1957 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer before the MGM cartoon studio shut down.
It is also one of the few cartoons where Tom is triumphant over Jerry.
Tom gets a letter that says his cousin George who has a fear of mice is coming to visit. Tom boards up Jerry's hole to prevent him from scaring George. But Jerry escapes and unexpectedly encounters George who immediately tries to get as far away from him as possible.
Jerry, not knowing about Tom's cousin, believes that the terrified cat is Tom and tries several attempts to frighten him, including saying boo and pulling scary faces. But he gets confused when the real Tom shakes off Jerry's scaring and injures him.
Having had enough of Jerry bothering George, the two cats play a trick on him by pretending to be a two-headed cat monster which terrifies Jerry and makes him flee the house. Jerry reaches a house that has a gate with the words: "Home For Mice With Nervous Breakdowns" and rushes inside.
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