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A feature length Tom and Jerry movie released during The Renaissance Age of Animation.

Well, it does have Tom and Jerry in it, as supporting characters at best, with almost no slapstick.

The film starts with Tom and Jerry going off on their own after their home is demolished, only to discover that they can talk -- and sing -- as they become friends. They encounter an orphan girl named Robyn Starling, who becomes the main figure in the story as our cat and mouse duo try to help her find her father, while evading her greedy, evil Aunt Figg and her lawyer Mr. Lickboot. And then there's the dog on a skateboard, two dogcatchers who look like either burglars or Mexican wrestlers, a performing ship captain and his puppet parrot, and a doctor who kidnaps rich pets and holds them for ransom.

Needless to say, the film bombed, and the Direct to Video Tom and Jerry films made since have, to their credit, tried to stay closer to the original formula.

Tropes used in this movie


 Figg: You're a lawyer! Scheme!



  1. If you guessed that he's huge, you're correct.
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