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(Boxer, BMI) Invitation to the Blues 73 On this side the chanter sings of his blue days Cochran offers an uptempo blues in the Jerry Lee Lewis whooping and hollering style. M-G-M — Rose does a fine job on his own Latin instrumental. It's catchy and danceable, with a full 75 75 THE FOUR DATES I Say Babe Request extension for your bill payment due date online. Telstra Corporate is the gateway into the range of products and services offered by Telstra Consumer. Release date It served as a pilot for the television series, Tom and Jerry Tales. It is soon revealed that Ron is searching for the "Lost Treasure of the Spanish Mane. The ship is then attacked by Ron's brother, Blue Pirate Bob, who also speaks Tom Cat · Jerry Mouse · Butch · Nibbles · Spike and Tyke · Mammy Two .
Because his birth is shown differently in different cartoons, he may have siblings as seen in Just Ducky and Happy Go Ducky.
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Quacker gets a girlfriend in Downhearted Duckling. Cuckoo[ edit ] Cuckoo is a canary that first appeared in Kitty Foiled. He is Jerry's best friend.
Despite being a little bird, he can actually carry heavy objects like a bowling ball in Kitty Foiled and a lb. Lightning[ edit ] Lightning is a ginger orange cat who first appeared in the short Old Rockin' Chair Tom as Tom's rival. Lightning is named as such because in his first short, he practically moved at the speed of lightning. Lightning has the same character design as Butch Cat, but with an orange color although his coloring occasionally varies from film-to-film.
In Mucho Mousehe speaks Spanish and is a house cat.
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He also appears in the Gene Deitch short Switchin' Kitten. In the Chuck Jones short Catty-Cornered his final appearanceLightning is portrayed with more of an orange-yellow color than before, with the additional changes of a black tail and ears. Lightning also makes several appearances in Tom and Jerry Talesoften with a red nose and, in two episodes, a bushy tail.
In appearances where Meathead is absent, Lightning is usually portrayed as the most dim-witted of the recurring alley cats. Fans have occasionally confused Lightning with Meathead, though the two are not the same and have appeared side-by-side in two cartoons. He first appeared in Baby Puss ; his final appearance in the original theatrical shorts was in Scat Cats.
In Professor TomTopsy is explicitly a house cat; more often as in Saturday Evening Puss and elsewherehe is depicted as an alley cat or a cat of unknown origin. Meathead[ edit ] Meathead is a brown, mangy alley cat who wears a red toupee which is occasionally seen the same color as the rest of his fur. He is generally portrayed as dull-witted and first appeared in the short, Sufferin' Cats!
He is known as Frankie in Heavenly Puss.Tom and Jerry "Kitty Cat Blues"
In Scat Catshis final appearance in the original theatrical shorts, he is portrayed with an all-gray color. Fans have occasionally confused Meathead with Lightning, though the two are not the same and have appeared side-by-side in two cartoons. After over nearly six decades of absence, Meathead re-appeared in The Tom and Jerry Show episode Cruisin' for a Bruisin' as a lead antagonist, while a drag version of the character named Meathelda appeared in the episode Hop to It!
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Meathead also makes multiple appearances in later seasons, usually alongside Butch and other alley cats. George and Joan[ edit ] George and Joan are an average middle class white couple, who debuted in the short Pet Peeve.
Joan is often seen either cooking or sitting on her armchair knitting or sewing a dress with Tom keeping her company. George, on the other hand, hates the monthly bills and complains that they're too expensive. But when he's not complaining about the bills, he is sitting in his armchair or on the sofa reading the newspaper wearing his smart purple or grey suit and Spike is keeping him company. Both George and Joan are very kind and polite towards each other and Tom and Spike.
In Pet Peeve, George and Joan decided that they keep Jerry as a pet because he is easy to look after and doesn't eat too much George and Joan do not know Jerry's secret: He eats a lot more than Tom and Spike combined, which explains the amount of food he has in his mouse hole shown later, which mean they lost even more food compared to Tom and Spike.
However, in later shorts with George and Joan, Tom and Spike still happily live with them and Jerry is not known by the couple and he is not a pet anymore.
It could be presumed that George would be working at his office during the settings of these cartoons. Jeannie and the Baby[ edit ] Jeannie, the babysitter of George and Joan's baby, is an average teenager who spends much of her time talking on the phone. She is often called on to look after the baby if they're going out.
Jeannie proceeds to leap straight onto the phone just as George and Joan shut the front door, which tells us that she is very negligent about her job. Despite this, Jeannie is very kind, friendly, cheerful and rarely loses a smile—except to scold Tom for "bothering the baby", which she thinks he is doing on purpose to annoy her. Jeannie was seen in only two cartoons: Busy Buddies and Tot Watchers Jeannie is voiced by Janet Waldo in the original shorts.
The Ants[ edit ] The Ants are an army of red ants who steal food as they see them. They're unusually heavy for their size, and their combined weight often causes many items, such as Tom's hammock, to break.
It's unclear how or why the ants are so heavy, as they are even capable of making tables and diving boards shake as they march onto them.
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Guardian devils[ edit ] Each guardian devil for Tom and Jerry appeared in three cartoons Sufferin' Cats! This cartoon was released at a time where relations between Francoist Spain and the United States began to improve.
This is the only short where both Tom and Jerry speak. The Spanish owner of the house - Joan voiced by Julie Bennett - comes in the room, sees Jerry, and taps her foot impatiently at Lightning to have him chase Jerry.
He unsuccessfully pursues Jerry by slamming a table leg, smashing into a tabletop and his guitar on the couch where he left it, destroying it in the process. The poor cat, head poking through his guitar, proclaims that "absolutely no one can catch El Magnifico", to which Joan responds that he is just being lazy. She then hands over a telegram which says "Arriving today from U.
Tom, OlympicU. Joan later on leaves for town but not before snubbing Lightning in comparison to Tom. Lightning announces Jerry to Tom, while Jerry walks back into his hole carrying a banana. Tom uses a stethoscope to detect Jerry in the wall, marks the spot Xuses a brace to drill a hole in the spot, and then pulls the mouse out with a fireplace blower.
The cat stuffs Jerry into a small cannon, lights it, and opens the door for the mouse as he is thrown out of the house. However, Jerry pops right back in through a small door panel at the bottom of the door.