Tom and Jerry filmography

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This is a complete listing of the 164 shorts from the Tom and Jerry series produced and released between 1940 and 2014. Of these, 163 are theatrical shorts, two are made-for-TV shorts and one is a 2-minute sketch shown as part of a telethon.

1940–1958: Hanna-Barbera/MGM Cartoons[edit]

The following 114 shorts were directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera at the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer cartoon studio in Hollywood, California. All shorts were released to theaters by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Rudolf Ising was the producer of Puss Gets the Boot; subsequent shorts were produced by Fred Quimby through 1955. Quimby retired in 1955 and from 1956 to 1958, Hanna and Barbera produced the shorts until MGM closed the cartoon studio in 1957, and the last cartoon was released in 1958.[1] Most of these cartoons were produced in the standard Academy ratio (1.37:1). Four cartoons were produced for both Academy Ratio and CinemaScope formats (2.55:1, later 2.35:1). Finally, 19 cartoons were produced in widescreen CinemaScope format only.

Like other studios, MGM reissued and edited its cartoons when re-released to theaters. Many pre-1952 cartoons were reissued with Perspecta Sound, which was introduced in 1954. MGM also reissued its cartoons before the introduction of Perspecta Sound. Because of the 1965 MGM vault fire, original film elements of pre-1952 MGM cartoons are now lost, leaving only the backup prints in existence (usually the altered reissue prints), although some prints survived, like pencil sketches.[2]

# Title Date Summary Notes
1 Puss Gets the Boot February 10, 1940 Tom and Jerry's first cartoon. Tom (here named Jasper) tries stop the mouse Jerry (here named Jinx) from breaking plates and glasses before Mammy Two-Shoes will kick the cat out. First appearances of Tom Cat (as Jasper), Jerry Mouse (as Jinx), and Mammy Two Shoes. First Tom and Jerry cartoon nominated for an Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons.
2 The Midnight Snack July 19, 1941 Jerry attempts to outsmart Tom so he can get his snack from the refrigerator. First time Tom and Jerry are referred to by those names. Remade with Perspecta Stereo in 1958.
3 The Night Before Christmas December 6, 1941 A Christmas cartoon with Tom and Jerry. Nominated for an Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons. First cartoon to have William Hanna provide vocal effects for Tom.
4 Fraidy Cat January 17, 1942 Jerry pulls tricks to scare the fur off of Tom. First time Tom does his iconic scream
5 Dog Trouble April 18, 1942 Tom and Jerry must team up to stop the bulldog (Spike) from mauling them. First appearance of Spike (known as Bulldog).
6 Puss n' Toots May 30, 1942 Tom tries to woo a female cat (Toots). First appearance of Toots. Remade with Perspecta Stereo in 1958.
7 The Bowling Alley-Cat July 18, 1942 The cat and mouse chase each other around a bowling alley.
8 Fine Feathered Friend October 10, 1942 Jerry hides from Tom with a chicken family. First appearance of the chicken family. First Tom and Jerry cartoon that MGM cartoon studio changed the intro to orange-color background "A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Cartoon in Technicolor".
9 Sufferin' Cats! January 16, 1943 Tom tries to compete with an alley cat (Meathead) to see who gets Jerry first. First appearance of Meathead.
10 The Lonesome Mouse May 22, 1943 While Tom gets kicked out after being framed by Jerry, the mouse enjoys his freedom around the house without Tom, until he gets lonesome and decides to get him back inside. Rarely airs on Cartoon Network and Boomerang due to a gag reference of Adolf Hitler.
11 The Yankee Doodle Mouse June 26, 1943 Jerry has a cat raid shelter in the basement of a house where he has a war with Tom. First cartoon to win an Academy Award for Short Subjects.
12 Baby Puss December 25, 1943 Tom is dressed up like a baby, causing Jerry, as well as Tom's cat friends, to make fun of him. First appearances of Butch, Topsy, Nancy. First “Tom and Jerry” cartoon that used orange-background ending title card.
13 The Zoot Cat February 28, 1944 Tom impress Toots by wearing a zoot suit.
14 The Million Dollar Cat May 6, 1944 Tom gets rich, but on one condition: he must avoid causing any harm to Jerry, which Jerry uses to his advantage. The first time that Tom is victorious over Jerry.
15 The Bodyguard July 22, 1944 Jerry frees Spike the bulldog from the dog pound truck, and Spike will help protect the mouse from Tom, with a whistle from Jerry.
16 Puttin' on the Dog October 28, 1944 Tom disguises himself as a dog to get Jerry. First cameo appearance of Meathead.
17 Mouse Trouble November 23, 1944 Tom gets a book consisting of tips on how to catch a mouse. Won an Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons.
18 The Mouse Comes to Dinner May 5, 1945 Tom invites his love interest for a dinner party.
19 Mouse in Manhattan July 7, 1945 Jerry takes a trip to Manhattan. First Tom and Jerry cartoon that MGM cartoon studio began to use brown-background intro.
20 Tee for Two July 21, 1945 Tom plays golf, until Jerry ruins his fun.
21 Flirty Birdy September 22, 1945 Tom disguises as a female bird to trick an eagle so he can get Jerry for his meal.
22 Quiet Please! December 22, 1945 Tom is warned by Spike for being quiet while he's napping, but he must to stop Jerry from getting into a sabotage act by making loud noises. Won an Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons.[3]:32
23 Springtime for Thomas March 30, 1946 Tom falls in love with another female cat (Toodles), while Jerry has to break Tom up from her by sending Tom's rival (Butch) to her. First appearance of Toodles Galore and Cherie. First Tom and Jerry cartoon to win an Annie Award.
24 The Milky Waif May 18, 1946 Jerry wants to get milk for Nibbles from Tom. First appearance of Nibbles. First Tom and Jerry cartoon to credit the producer.
25 Trap Happy June 29, 1946 Tom calls a mouse exterminator to get rid of Jerry.
26 Solid Serenade August 31, 1946 Tom sneaks to Toodle's house to sing his love song to her. First “Tom and Jerry” cartoon that used red and violet-background intro
27 Cat Fishin' February 22, 1947 Tom goes fishing.
28 Part Time Pal March 15, 1947 Tom accidentally gets drunk (repeatedly) and befriends Jerry.
29 The Cat Concerto April 26, 1947 Tom is performing by playing "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2" by Franz Liszt by his piano, until Jerry breaks up his act. Won an Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons.[3] In 1994, it was voted #42 of the 50 Greatest Cartoons of all time by members of the animation field.:32
30 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Mouse June 14, 1947 Tom tries to prevent Jerry from drinking his milk, so he gets an evil idea to get rid of Jerry by adding poison ingredients to his own milk, but his plan completely backfires. Nominated for an Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons.
31 Salt Water Tabby July 12, 1947 Tom woos Toodles at the beach.
32 A Mouse in the House August 30, 1947 Tom and Butch compete against each other to get Jerry from Mammy Two-Shoe's orders before either one of them will be kicked out.
33 The Invisible Mouse September 27, 1947 Jerry turns invisible so he can outsmart Tom.
34 Kitty Foiled June 1, 1948 The canary bird saves Jerry from Tom.
35 The Truce Hurts July 17, 1948 Tom, Jerry, and Spike (or Butch) are fed up of fighting each other and decide to have a truce and became friends instead, but the peace falls apart when they fight over a juicy steak. First Tom and Jerry cartoon that MGM cartoon studio changed blue-background intro as "A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Cartoon. Color by Technicolor".
36 Old Rockin' Chair Tom September 18, 1948 Tom is replaced by another cat (Lightning). First appearance of Lightning.
37 Professor Tom October 30, 1948 Tom, as a teacher, teaches his kitten student (Topsy) how to capture Jerry.
38 Mouse Cleaning December 11, 1948 Mammy Two-Shoes forces Tom to clean up the house after tracking mud while chasing Jerry. While she's gone, Jerry sabotages Tom's efforts. Was rarely shown on American television and omitted from DVD due to the short's offensive racial stereotyping of Black Stereotypes.
39 Polka-Dot Puss February 26, 1949 Tom tricks Mammy Two-Shoes by being too sick to go outside and decides to stay in the house, in which he did, but until Jerry tricks Tom by secretly adding red dots all over Tom's face to make him think that he caught the chicken pox.
40 The Little Orphan April 30, 1949 In this Thanksgiving short, Jerry and Nibbles dine on Thanksgiving treats until Tom tries to stop them. Won an Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons.
41 Hatch Up Your Troubles May 14, 1949 Jerry must protect a baby woodpecker from Tom. Nominated for an Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons. Remade with Perspecta Stereo in 1956.
42 Heavenly Puss July 9, 1949 After Tom gets flattened to death by a piano during his attempt of catching Jerry, he is refused to go to cat heaven due to his cruel record of trying to harm Jerry. As a result, he must get Jerry to sign a certificate of forgiveness, or else it's hell for Tom. First appearances of Fluff, Muff, and Puff. Meathead is known as Frankie. Final time Billy Bletcher voices Devil Spike. Remade with Perspecta Stereo in 1956.
43 The Cat and the Mermouse September 3, 1949 Tom encounters and attempts to chase a Mermouse who looks like Jerry. First appearances of Swordfish and Octopus. Remade with Perspecta Stereo in 1957.
44 Love That Pup October 1, 1949 Spike warns Tom to never bother his son (Tyke) or else he will suffer the consequences, whilst Tom wants to catch Jerry. First appearance of Tyke. First time Daws Butler voices Spike. Remade with Perspecta Stereo in 1957.
45 Jerry's Diary October 22, 1949 Tom reads through Jerry's diary. First compilation film; contains footage from Tee for Two, Mouse Trouble, Solid Serenade, and The Yankee Doodle Mouse. Remade with Perspecta Stereo in 1957.
46 Tennis Chumps December 10, 1949 Tom and Butch compete against each other by playing tennis. Remade with Perspecta Stereo in 1957.
47 Little Quacker January 7, 1950 Jerry protects a little duckling (Quacker) from Tom. First appearance of Quacker, Henry, and Mama Duck. Remade with Perspecta Stereo in 1957.
48 Saturday Evening Puss January 14, 1950 After Mammy Two-Shoes goes out with her friends, Tom invites his friends for a party. Only time that the face of Mammy Two Shoes is shown. Remade with Perspecta Stereo in 1957.
49 Texas Tom March 11, 1950 Tom tries to woo a cowgirl cat. Remade with Perspecta Stereo in 1957.
50 Jerry and the Lion April 8, 1950 Jerry promises a lion, who escapes from a circus, to take him back to the African jungle. First appearance of The Lion. Remade with Perspecta Stereo in 1957.
51 Safety Second July 1, 1950 Jerry and Nibbles celebrate Independence Day. Remade with Perspecta Stereo in 1957.
52 Tom and Jerry in the Hollywood Bowl September 16, 1950 Tom conducts a symphony at the Hollywood Bowl until Jerry ruins his act. Remade with Perspecta Stereo in 1957 with a blue-background title card.
53 The Framed Cat October 21, 1950 Jerry annoys Tom with Spike's bone. Remade with Perspecta Stereo in 1958.
54 Cue Ball Cat November 25, 1950 In a billiard club, Tom begins a duel with Jerry in one of the plays. Remade with Perspacta Stereo in 1958.
55 Casanova Cat January 6, 1951 Tom becomes acquainted with a rich and pretty female cat and brings her Jerry as a gift. Jerry, in turn, attracts the attention of another cat who also becomes interested in her, resulting in a fight between Tom and the other cat for the lady's hand. Remade with Perspecta Stereo in 1958.
56 Jerry and the Goldfish March 3, 1951 Jerry must save a goldfish from Tom. Remade with Perspecta Stereo.
57 Jerry's Cousin April 7, 1951 Jerry's tough cousin (Muscles) protects Jerry from Tom. Nominated for an Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons. First appearance of Muscles. Remade with Perspecta Stereo.
58 Sleepy-Time Tom May 26, 1951 After being out all night with his alley cat friends, Tom attempts to catch Jerry as per Mammy Two-Shoe's orders, but he gets sleepy in the process. Remade with Perspecta Stereo.
59 His Mouse Friday July 7, 1951 Tom becomes a castaway on an island and chases Jerry to a native village, but Jerry tricks the cat by disguising himself as a blackface native. Rarely aired on television due to racial stereotypes. Remade with Perspecta Stereo.
60 Slicked-up Pup September 8, 1951 Spike threatens Tom to keep Tyke clean while he's gone or he'll face the consequences, but in order to do so, he must stop Jerry from sabotaging.
61 Nit-Witty Kitty October 6, 1951 Tom is accidentally knocked out by Mammy Two-Shoes which causes him to think that he's a mouse.
62 Cat Napping December 8, 1951 Tom tries to have a nap, but Jerry doesn't let him sleep.
63 The Flying Cat January 12, 1952 Tom attacks with Jerry and a canary, whilst Tom devises an aerial plan to go after Jerry and the canary.
64 The Duck Doctor February 16, 1952 Tom is hunting, and knocks down a small wild duck, which Jerry helps to get airborne again.
65 The Two Mouseketeers March 15, 1952 Jerry and Nibbles are mouseketeers, while Tom is in charge of protecting the queen's dinner. Won an Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons.[3]
66 Smitten Kitten April 12, 1952 When Tom falls in love, Jerry's imaginary devil talks to him about the times when Tom fell in love and caused problems for Jerry. Second compilation film; contains footage from Salt Water Tabby, The Mouse Comes to Dinner, Texas Tom, and Solid Serenade.
67 Triplet Trouble April 19, 1952 Mammy Two Shoes adopts three little kittens who torment Tom and Jerry, so the two team up to get back at them.
68 Little Runaway June 14, 1952 A seal escapes from the circus, and Tom intends to give the seal back to the circus while Jerry prevents that from happening. .
69 Fit to Be Tied July 26, 1952 A new law is agreed, and the dogs are tried for the law. Sequel to The Bodyguard.
70 Push-Button Kitty September 6, 1952 Due to Tom's laziness, Mammy gets a new mouse-catching robot cat. This cartoon marks the final appearance of Mammy Two Shoes.
71 Cruise Cat October 18, 1952 Tom is hired as a sailor and is tasked with keeping Jerry out of the cruise ship. Third compilation film; Contains footage from Texas Tom.
72 The Dog House November 29, 1952 Spike decides to build his dream dog house, but Tom and Jerry’s chases constantly destroy it.
73 The Missing Mouse January 10, 1953 After Jerry gets covered in white shoe polish, he scares Tom into thinking that he is the exploding white mouse that escaped from a lab. Only Tom and Jerry cartoon scored by Edward Plumb.
74 Jerry and Jumbo February 21, 1953 Jerry befriends a baby elephant named Jumbo and disguises him as a large mouse to mess with Tom. First appearance of Jumbo and his mother.
75 Johann Mouse March 21, 1953 Last cartoon to win an Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons.[3]:32
76 That's My Pup! April 25, 1953
77 Just Ducky September 5, 1953 After Quacker hatches, Jerry befriends him and teaches him how to swim so he can find his family, but Jerry must also protect him from Tom. First Tom and Jerry cartoon that MGM cartoon studio began to use blue-background intro.
78 Two Little Indians October 17, 1953
79 Life with Tom November 21, 1953 Fourth compilation film; contains footage from Cat Fishin', The Little Orphan, and Kitty Foiled.
80 Puppy Tale January 23, 1954
81 Posse Cat January 30, 1954 Sequel to Texas Tom.
82 Hic-cup Pup April 17, 1954 Tom's usual antics of chasing Jerry wake Tyke up, and the puppy gets the hiccups. This annoys Spike, causing him to threaten Tom to keep quiet, while Jerry tries to frame him.
83 Little School Mouse May 29, 1954
84 Baby Butch August 14, 1954
85 Mice Follies September 4, 1954 Jerry and Nibbles flood the kitchen and freeze it, turning it into a skating rink.
86 Neapolitan Mouse October 2, 1954 First appearance of Topo.
87 Downhearted Duckling November 13, 1954
88 Pet Peeve November 20, 1954 After the cost of dog and cat food increase, Tom and Spike must compete to catch Jerry so they can stay. Produced simultaneously in both the standard Academy format and in widescreen CinemaScope. First appearance of Joan and George.
89 Touché, Pussy Cat! December 18, 1954 Jerry teaches Nibbles how to be a good mouseketeer. Produced simultaneously in both the standard Academy format and in widescreen CinemaScope. Last cartoon to get nominated for an Academy Award for Short Subjects, Cartoons.
90 Southbound Duckling March 12, 1955 Quacker is determined to fly south for the winter, which Jerry objects since farm ducks do not fly south, while Tom tries to catch the duck. Produced simultaneously in both the standard Academy format and in CinemaScope.
91 Pup on a Picnic April 30, 1955 Spike and Tyke are having a picnic, but several inconveniences occur. Produced simultaneously in both the standard Academy format and in CinemaScope.
92 Mouse for Sale May 21, 1955 Tom sells Jerry disguising him as a white mouse after seeing an ad in the newspaper. But his plan to get rich backfires when the house owner finds the money and buys the same white mouse back.
93 Designs on Jerry September 2, 1955
94 Tom and Chérie September 9, 1955 Produced in CinemaScope.
95 Smarty Cat October 14, 1955 Tom and his pals watch old footage of Spike's misery while the owners were not home. Fifth compilation film; contains footage from Solid Serenade, Cat Fishin', and Fit to Be Tied. Only short to end with a regular MGM title instead of its title. Last compilation film in the Hanna-Barbera era.
96 Pecos Pest November 11, 1955 Jerry's uncle Pecos comes to the city with his guitar for a television singing debut. Tom is terrified of Pecos because he uses Tom's whiskers as guitar strings. Final Tom and Jerry cartoon released in the standard Academy format. All subsequent Hanna-Barbera cartoons were released in CinemaScope. Final Tom and Jerry cartoon released with Fred Quimby as producer. First appearance of Uncle Pecos.
97 That's My Mommy November 19, 1955 Produced in CinemaScope. First Tom and Jerry cartoon with William Hanna and Joseph Barbera as both producers and directors. Nominated for an Annie Award.
98 The Flying Sorceress January 27, 1956 Tom sees an ad for an intelligent cat as a travel companion. He leaves his previous house for the new job only to find a creepy house with a flying sorceress in it. Produced in CinemaScope.
99 The Egg and Jerry March 23, 1956 A mother woodpecker leaves for lunch leaving her egg behind, but the egg ends up in Jerry's home and hatches. The baby woodpecker thinks Jerry as it's mother and saves him from Tom. In the end it finds it's real mother and leaves. Produced in CinemaScope. CinemaScope remake of Hatch Up Your Troubles.
100 Busy Buddies May 4, 1956 When the babysitter is too busy on phone to look after the baby, Tom and Jerry try to do her job. Produced in CinemaScope.
101 Muscle Beach Tom September 7, 1956 Tom arrives at the beach with a female cat to spend some quality time. But instead, he is competing with Butch by lifting weights to impress the female cat. Produced in CinemaScope. Nominated for an Annie Award.
102 Down Beat Bear October 21, 1956 A dancing bear escapes from the zoo and arrives at Tom and Jerry’s house, so Jerry keeps playing music to make him dance with Tom and prevent him from calling the authorities. Produced in CinemaScope.
103 Blue Cat Blues November 16, 1956 Jerry recounts the tragic love story that led to Tom’s depression. Rarely airs on Cartoon Network and Boomerang due to references of alcoholism and suicide. Produced in CinemaScope. Last Tom and Jerry cartoon recorded by Western Electric Sound System.
104 Barbecue Brawl December 14, 1956 Spike shows his son Tyke how to barbecue, but they have to deal with constant inconveniences in the process. Produced in CinemaScope and Perspecta Stereo.
105 Tops with Pops February 22, 1957 Jerry hides with Spike and Tyke so Tom will get in trouble if he tries to catch him. Produced in CinemaScope and Perspecta Stereo. CinemaScope remake version of Love That Pup.
106 Timid Tabby April 19, 1957 Tom’s cousin George comes to visit, and he’s afraid of mice. Produced in CinemaScope and Perspecta Stereo. Last cartoon released before the original MGM cartoon studio shut down.
107 Feedin' the Kiddie June 7, 1957 This is the remake of "The Little Orphan" where Nibbles is named as Fluffy and is Jerry's Nephew. Produced in CinemaScope and Perspecta Stereo. CinemaScope remake of The Little Orphan.
108 Mucho Mouse September 6, 1957 Tom is a mouse catching world champion and arrives in Spain to catch Jerry known as El Magnifico. But he fails to catch him miserably. Produced in CinemaScope and Perspecta Stereo.
109 Tom's Photo Finish November 1, 1957 When Tom eats his owner’s chicken and frames Spike, Jerry takes a picture to expose him. Produced in CinemaScope and Perspecta Stereo.
110 Happy Go Ducky January 3, 1958 Produced in CinemaScope and Perspecta Stereo.
111 Royal Cat Nap March 7, 1958 Tom must get rid of Jerry and Nibbles without waking up the king. Produced in CinemaScope and Perspecta Stereo.
112 The Vanishing Duck May 2, 1958 Produced in CinemaScope and Perspecta Stereo.
Final appearance of Quacker.
113 Robin Hoodwinked June 6, 1958 After Robin Hood gets locked up, Jerry and Nibbles attempt to save him, but first they must get past Tom. Produced in CinemaScope and Perspecta Stereo.
114 Tot Watchers August 1, 1958 Due to the babysitter’s carelessness, Tom and Jerry must keep the baby from harm every time it gets loose. Produced in CinemaScope and Perspecta Stereo. Last Tom and Jerry cartoon produced at the original MGM cartoon studio before it shut down in 1957.

1961–1962: Gene Deitch/Rembrandt Films cartoons[edit]

The following thirteen cartoons were directed by Gene Deitch, produced by William L. Snyder, and animated at Snyder's Rembrandt Films in Prague, Czechoslovakia (now in the Czech Republic). All cartoons were released to theaters by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

# Title Date Notes
1 Switchin' Kitten September 7, 1961
2 Down and Outing October 26, 1961
3 It's Greek to Me-ow! December 7, 1961
4 High Steaks March 23, 1962
5 Mouse into Space April 13, 1962
6 Landing Stripling May 18, 1962
7 Calypso Cat June 22, 1962
8 Dicky Moe July 20, 1962
9 The Tom and Jerry Cartoon Kit August 10, 1962
10 Tall in the Trap September 14, 1962
11 Sorry Safari October 12, 1962
12 Buddies Thicker Than Water November 1, 1962
13 Carmen Get It! December 21, 1962

1963–1967: Chuck Jones/Sib Tower 12 cartoons[edit]

The following 34 cartoons were produced by Chuck Jones in Hollywood, California, and released to theaters by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Earlier films were produced in conjunction with Walter Bien's "Sib Tower 12 Productions" (one or the other credited on the 1963 and 1964 productions), until it was integrated into a new animation department called MGM Animation/Visual Arts. Directors (if other than Jones) or co-directors for each short are listed.

All were released on DVD in 2009 as part of Tom and Jerry: The Chuck Jones Collection.

# Title Date Notes
1 Pent-House Mouse July 27, 1963
2 The Cat Above and the Mouse Below February 25, 1964
3 Is There a Doctor in the Mouse? March 24, 1964 Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
4 Much Ado About Mousing April 14, 1964 Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
5 Snowbody Loves Me May 12, 1964 Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
6 The Unshrinkable Jerry Mouse December 8, 1964 Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
7 Ah, Sweet Mouse-Story of Life January 20, 1965 Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
8 Tom-ic Energy January 27, 1965 Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
9 Bad Day at Cat Rock February 10, 1965 Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
10 The Brothers Carry-Mouse-Off March 3, 1965 Directed by Jim Pabian and co-directed by Maurice Noble.
11 Haunted Mouse March 24, 1965 Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
12 I'm Just Wild About Jerry April 7, 1965 Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
13 Of Feline Bondage May 19, 1965 Co-directed by Maurice Noble. Released with Signpost to Murder.
14 The Year of the Mouse June 9, 1965 Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
15 The Cat's Me-Ouch December 22, 1965 Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
16 Duel Personality January 20, 1966 Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
17 Jerry, Jerry, Quite Contrary February 17, 1966 Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
18 Jerry-Go-Round March 3, 1966 Co-directed by Maurice Noble. Accidentally credits Abe Levitow for direction.
19 Love Me, Love My Mouse April 28, 1966 Directed by Chuck Jones and Ben Washam.
20 Puss 'n' Boats May 5, 1966 Directed by Abe Levitow.
21 Filet Meow June 30, 1966 Directed by Abe Levitow.
22 Matinee Mouse July 14, 1966 Direction credited to William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, with story and supervision by Tom Ray. Sixth compilation film; contains footage from The Flying Cat, Professor Tom, The Missing Mouse, Jerry and the Lion, Love That Pup, The Flying Sorceress, Jerry's Diary, and The Truce Hurts.
23 The A-Tom-Inable Snowman August 4, 1966 Directed by Abe Levitow.
24 Catty-Cornered September 8, 1966 Directed by Abe Levitow.
25 Cat and Dupli-cat January 20, 1967 Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
26 O-Solar Meow February 24, 1967 Directed by Abe Levitow.
27 Guided Mouse-ille March 10, 1967 Directed by Abe Levitow. First sequel to O-Solar Meow.
28 Rock 'n' Rodent April 7, 1967 Directed by Abe Levitow. Released with The Karate Killers.
29 Cannery Rodent April 14, 1967 Co-directed by Maurice Noble.
30 The Mouse from H.U.N.G.E.R. April 21, 1967 Directed by Abe Levitow.
31 Surf-Bored Cat May 5, 1967 Directed by Abe Levitow.
32 Shutter Bugged Cat June 23, 1967 Direction credited to William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, with story and supervision by Tom Ray. Seventh and final compilation film; Contains footage from Part Time Pal, The Yankee Doodle Mouse, Nit-Witty Kitty, Johann Mouse, Heavenly Puss, and Designs on Jerry.
33 Advance and Be Mechanized August 25, 1967 Directed by Ben Washam. Second sequel to O-Solar Meow.
34 Purr-Chance to Dream September 8, 1967 Directed by Ben Washam. Sequel to The Cat's Me-Ouch.

Warner Bros. cartoons[edit]

2001: Hanna-Barbera Productions/Turner Entertainment cartoon[edit]

Title Date Notes
The Mansion Cat April 6, 2001 Only made-for-TV short.
Directed by Karl Toerge. Contains footage from Muscle Beach Tom.

2005: Warner Bros. Animation cartoon[edit]

Title Date Notes
The Karate Guard September 27, 2005 Directed by Joseph Barbera and Spike Brandt.

2014: Children in Need sketch[edit]

Title Date Notes
Tom and Jerry: A Fundraising Adventure October 7, 2014 Two-minute sketch shown as part of Children In Need telethon in the United Kingdom.[4]

Spin-offs and other appearances[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Leonard Maltin's book of Mice and Magic: History of American Animated Cartoons
  2. ^ http://www.cartoonresearch.com/mgm.html
  3. ^ a b c d Vallance, Tom (2006-12-20). "Joseph Barbera: Animation pioneer whose creations with William Hanna included the Flintstones and Tom and Jerry". The Independent (London).
  4. ^ http://www.radiotimes.com/news/2014-11-14/tom-and-jerry-chase-their-way-through-strictly-and-the-apprentice-for-children-in-need

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