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Tom and Jerry

Tom and Jerry

CBS 1940

This is all the Tom and Jerry shorts, from 1940 to 1967. The first 114 are from the Hanna-Barbera era (1940 โ€“ 1958), the next 13 are from the Gene Deitch era (1960 โ€“ 1962), and the last 34 are from the Chuck Jones era (1963 โ€“ 1967).

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The 10 Best Episodes of Tom and Jerry

#1 - Designs On Jerry


Season 1950 - Episode 47

Knowing that he can make a lot of money this way, Tom designs the ultimate mouse trap. But after he goes to sleep, the mouse in his blueprints comes to life and warns Jerry about the upcoming threat that this mouse trap puts upon him...

The episode was rated from 13 votes.

#2 - Feedin' The Kiddie


Season 1950 - Episode 61

This is a CinemaScope remake of the 1949 episode, The Little Orphan.

The episode was rated from 13 votes.

#3 - Smarty Cat


Season 1950 - Episode 49

Tom and his alley cat palls are going through home movies, and Jerry wants to watch them, too. But Tom and his buddies don't want him around and toss him out the window. Annoyed, Jerry decides to get back at them by waking up Spike and angering him by showing him how he's depicted as a big goof in those movies.

The episode was rated from 12 votes.

#4 - Little School Mouse


Season 1950 - Episode 37

After being chased by Tom once again, Professor Jerry escapes into his classroom (mouse hole). Once there, he proceeds to teach his only student, Nibbles, how to outwit a cat. And the subject for the lesson is none other than Tom.

The episode was rated from 17 votes.

#5 - Two Little Indians


Season 1950 - Episode 32

Scoutmaster Jerry has his hands full with two little orphans from the Bide a Wee Mouse Home. Outfitted in Indian feathers and diapers , the two involve Jerry and the sleeping Spike in a hair-raising battle with Tom.

The episode was rated from 20 votes.

#6 - Tennis Chumps
Season 1940 - Episode 46

Tom competes against Butch in a tennis tournament. Bad luck keeps happening throughout the game, though. Jerry sees and figures he can use this to his advantage. He uses tricks though, as he competes against both Tom and Butch.

The episode was rated from 24 votes.
#7 - The Flying Cat
Season 1950 - Episode 17

Tom is chasing both Jerry and the house canary, but the two go out of reach by taking refuge in the canary's birdhouse. Tom tries everything to get up to them, but everything fails, ultimately resulting in him crashing through the whole house. When he comes out the other side, he has pink lace attached to him. Tom realizes that he can actually use the lace as wings to fly; a new weapon in his quest to get to Jerry and the canary...

The episode was rated from 22 votes.
#8 - O-Solar-Meow
Season 1960 - Episode 39

Another One that takes place in the future. Tom is at a cheese mining facility, and blows holes into the station. He is forced to repair the damage dune during a chase with Jerry, who is eating cheese in a nearby moon.

The episode was rated from 12 votes.
#9 - Down Beat Bear
Season 1950 - Episode 56

Tom and Jerry hear on the radio about a bear that escaped from the circus who always dances whenever music is playing. When the bear finds it's way to their house, and music starts playing, it takes Tom as it's reluctant dancing partner. Amused by this, Jerry does his best to keep the music going so he can continue to watch Tom get helplessly thrown around by the dancing bear.

The episode was rated from 13 votes.
#10 - The Cat's Me-Ouch
Season 1960 - Episode 28

After Jerry barely gets away from Tom, he calls on his new dog to beat Tom up. Tom ends up in a hospital all bandaged up, with Jerry and his dog clinging on to him with their teeth.

The episode was rated from 17 votes.

Last updated: nov 28, 2021



This is the what one would call the Golden Age of Cartoons, I would call it more like the roots, the beginning, the Cartoon: Origins. Tom and Jerry are and always is on the same Top 10 Cartoons of all time for me, together with the other classics like Looney Tunes and Woody Woodpecker. But I still haven't decided if I would show this for my kids or any other kid because some episodes are kind outdated and need some explaining so kids understand that things were different during the 40s-60s and what we consider wrong today weren't consider in those days.


The words cult and classic doesn`t even begin to describe this. Itยดs amazing it premiered over 75 years ago. I have seen this so many times and it still makes me laugh every time. Although I feel for poor old Tom much more with every time I watch it. I prefer the original Hanna/Barbera cartoons. The later ones are OK but never quite reached the quality in terms of animation and script.


Anglavakt: 1940x01 - Puss Gets The Boot


How to name these correct to get them synced properly to my collection? Should it be enough with S/E-ID? Even though I also have episode name too.

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