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Tom & Jerry (1940-1967) Review – Mega Jay Retro

Jay takes a look back at the classic Tom and Jerry cartoons created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. Originally created as animated shorts created to open for feature length films back in the 1940s Tom and Jerry set the standard for slap stick humour in cartoons.

The Eternal story of Cat Vs. Mouse first came to the screen in 1940 when Tom (then known as Jasper) and Jerry (then known as Jinx) began their eternal chase all those years ago.

The pair would eventually go on to win numerous academy awards for Animated Shorts, tying the Walt Disney Studio for their short films at the time.

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