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In 1945, Jerry appeared in lively-activity MGM’s musical film Anchors Away, in which, through special effects, he performed a rhythmic dance with Gene Kelly. In this sequence, Jean Kelly tells a fictional story of children in a school class winning their Medal of Honor.

Jerry is the king of the magical world of cartoony animals, which he refuses to dance since he himself does not know how to dance. That’s when Jean Kelly’s character enters and teaches Jerry through an elaborate rhythmic dance, resulting in Jerry winning her a medal. In this short film, Jerry speaks and sings songs; Her voice is sung by Sarah Burner.

During a short sequence in this sequence, Tom is shown as one of Jerry’s servants. Both Tom and Jerry appear in Esther Williams’ big-screen musical Dangerous When Wet depicting a dream.

In the film, Tom and Jerry are shown chasing each other underwater, where they suddenly collide with Esther Williams, with whom they make a long rhythmic rendition of the Tom and Jerry’s job is to save William from a rogue octopus, who tries to lure him into his arms (many) by tempting him.

The pair were scheduled to appear in the 1988 Oscar-winning Touchstone / Amblin Entertainment film, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, a tribute to the ideal American animation, but due to legal complications, their entry into the film Tom and Jerry: The Movie first appeared internationally in 1992, when the film was screened in theatres in Europe that year and then in 1993 by Miramax Films.

The characters co-creator Joseph Barbara served as a creative consultant for the picture, produced and directed by Fiel Roman. Formatted as Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, the blockbuster.

The Wizard of Oz and Singing in the Rain, the film was critically criticized by critics and audiences alike for anticipating the film and giving duet dialogue (and songs) throughout the film.

In 2001, Warner Bros. (which by then had merged with Turner and had taken possession of its assets) presented the pair’s first, Tom and Jerry: The Magic Ring, in which Tom is lured by a ring that Grants the wearer mystical powers and it inadvertently gets stuck in Jerry’s.

It will be remembered as the last film of Tom and Jerry produced by Hannah and Barbara since William Hanna died only after The Magic Ring was released.

Four years later, Bill Copp wrote and directed the screenplay of two other cats and mouse themed mainstream films Tom and Jerry: Blast of Two Mars and Tom and Jerry: The Fast and Furry for the Studio, the final film being the story written by Barbara. based on.

Both films were featured on the 65th anniversary of Tom and Jerry in DVD in 2005. In 2006, another direct-to-video film, the story of Tom and Jerry: Shiver Me Whiskers, involved the pair working together to find treasure is.

Joe wrote the story for the next feature film Tom and Jerry: A Nutcracker Tale, as well as the initial fantasy of mixing the on-screen action of Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite with This DTV, directed by Spike Brandt and Tony Sarvon, December 2006 His final Tom and Jerry project, was because of Joe Barbera’s death.

The holiday-set animated film was released on DVD in late 2007 and was dedicated to Barbara. Warner Bros. has plans for the film to be released in a theatre starring Tom and Jerry.

According to Variety, the film will be “an origin story, which will show how Tom and Jerry first met and worked with each other unconsciously before getting lost in Chicago and on a difficult homecoming trip.