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{{Infobox Hollywood cartoon|
 
{{Infobox Hollywood cartoon|
 
|cartoon_name=Cruise Cat
 
|cartoon_name=Cruise Cat
|series=[[Tom and Jerry]]
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|series=Tom and Jerry]]
 
|image=Cruise_Cat_Title_Card.JPG
 
|image=Cruise_Cat_Title_Card.JPG
 
|caption=Title Card
 
|caption=Title Card
|director=[[William Hanna]]<br>[[Joseph Barbera]]
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|director=William Hanna]]<br>Joseph Barbera]]
 
|story_artist=William Hanna<br>Joseph Barbera
 
|story_artist=William Hanna<br>Joseph Barbera
|animator=[[Irven Spence]]<br>[[Ray Patterson (animator)|Ray Patterson]]<br>[[Ed Barge]]<br>[[Kenneth Muse]]
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|animator=Irven Spence]]<br>Ray Patterson (animator)|Ray Patterson]]<br>Ed Barge]]<br>Kenneth Muse]]
|background_artist=[[Robert Gentle]]
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|background_artist=Robert Gentle]]
|voice_actor=[[Paul Frees]]
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|voice_actor=Paul Frees]]
|musician=[[Scott Bradley]]
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|musician=Scott Bradley]]
|producer=[[Fred Quimby]]
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|producer=Fred Quimby]]
 
|distributor=Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
 
|distributor=Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
 
|release_date=October 18, 1952
 
|release_date=October 18, 1952
 
|color_process=Technicolor
 
|color_process=Technicolor
 
|runtime=7:02
 
|runtime=7:02
|movie_language=[[English language|English]]
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|movie_language=English language|English]]
|preceded_by=[[Push-Button Kitty]]
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|preceded_by=Push-Button Kitty]]
|followed_by=[[The Dog House (1952 film)|The Dog House]]
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|followed_by=The Dog House (1952 film)|The Dog House]]
 
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}}
   
'''''Cruise Cat''''' is the 71st one [[reel]] [[animated cartoon|animated]] ''[[Tom and Jerry]]'' [[Short subject|short]], directed by [[William Hanna]] and [[Joseph Barbera]] and produced by [[Fred Quimby]] with music by Scott Bradley.This is one of the few where Tom gets the better of Jerry for most of the cartoon until the tables turn. This cartoon was animated by Irven Spence, Ray Patterson, Ed Barge and Kenneth Muse with backgrounds by Robert Gentle. It was released on October 18, 1952 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
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'''''Cruise Cat''''' is the 71st one Reel animated cartoon|animated]] ''Tom and Jerry]]'' Short, directed by William Hanna]] and Joseph Barbera]] and produced by Fred Quimby]] with music by Scott Bradley.This is one of the few where Tom gets the better of Jerry for most of the cartoon until the tables turn. This cartoon was animated by Irven Spence, Ray Patterson, Ed Barge and Kenneth Muse with backgrounds by Robert Gentle. It was released on October 18, 1952 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
   
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
Tom is a [[mascot]] aboard a [[cruise ship]] and is warned by the captain that Tom will be ''replaced by another mascot'' if a mouse is found on board the ship, which is meant to indicate that ''there are no mice allowed on the ship.'' Jerry tries to board the ship but is kicked out by Tom, Jerry continues to board the ship unsuccessfully until boarding on the anchor of the ship. He then ties Tom's tail to a [[lifebuoy|lifesaver]] ring and makes a fake call for help. Tom throws the ring and Jerry throws Tom off the ship for good.
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Tom is a Mascot aboard a cruise ship]] and is warned by the captain that Tom will be ''replaced by another mascot'' if a mouse is found on board the ship, which is meant to indicate that ''there are no mice allowed on the ship.'' Jerry tries to board the ship but is kicked out by Tom, Jerry continues to board the ship unsuccessfully until boarding on the anchor of the ship. He then ties Tom's tail to a lifebuoy|lifesaver]] ring and makes a fake call for help. Tom throws the ring and Jerry throws Tom off the ship for good.
   
 
Tom manages to get back on the ship anyhow, soaking wet and furious. Jerry slips up Tom as he passes by with a bar of soap and Tom salutes a passing captain as he is thrown off the ship. Tom emerges soaking wet once again onto the stern. Tom dives into the pool after seeing Jerry dive into it, but it is ''Jerry'' who drains all the water out and thus causes Tom to crash on the floor and break into twenty-one pieces. Then Jerry dashes to the ship steam machine and pulls off the boiling water on the cat's fanny.
 
Tom manages to get back on the ship anyhow, soaking wet and furious. Jerry slips up Tom as he passes by with a bar of soap and Tom salutes a passing captain as he is thrown off the ship. Tom emerges soaking wet once again onto the stern. Tom dives into the pool after seeing Jerry dive into it, but it is ''Jerry'' who drains all the water out and thus causes Tom to crash on the floor and break into twenty-one pieces. Then Jerry dashes to the ship steam machine and pulls off the boiling water on the cat's fanny.
   
[[Image:CruiseCat2.jpg|thumb|150px|left|Tom and Jerry relive past memories as they watch themselves on the big screen.]]
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Image:CruiseCat2.jpg|thumb|150px|left|Tom and Jerry relive past memories as they watch themselves on the big screen.]]
   
Jerry, having successfully ridden Tom off the ship again, walks along the edge of the deck playing his [[ukulele]], but Tom, now really furious, pokes his head up and chases him, Jerry runs to a door to the ship's basement and Tom follows behind. The cat places a stick of [[dynamite]] and waits, but upon hearing ''no explosion,'' he checks inside and the mouse is allowed to kick him in with the door locked. Tom yells for help causing the dynamite to explode, revealing a dazed and blacked cat covered with piles of ash. Jerry flees into a theater where the flashback of 1950's ''[[Texas Tom]]'' is being shown, and when Jerry laughs at Tom, Tom is annoyed and throws Jerry off the ship and into the air; after reaching his highest point, a [[seagull]] catches Jerry, only to be swatted away when Jerry hits him with his ukulele, but when Jerry realizes he's going to fall, he lands on the mast, falls into a vent, and drops into a [[food serving tray]].
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Jerry, having successfully ridden Tom off the ship again, walks along the edge of the deck playing his ukulele]], but Tom, now really furious, pokes his head up and chases him, Jerry runs to a door to the ship's basement and Tom follows behind. The cat places a stick of dynamite]] and waits, but upon hearing ''no explosion,'' he checks inside and the mouse is allowed to kick him in with the door locked. Tom yells for help causing the dynamite to explode, revealing a dazed and blacked cat covered with piles of ash. Jerry flees into a theater where the flashback of 1950's ''Texas Tom]]'' is being shown, and when Jerry laughs at Tom, Tom is annoyed and throws Jerry off the ship and into the air; after reaching his highest point, a seagull]] catches Jerry, only to be swatted away when Jerry hits him with his ukulele, but when Jerry realizes he's going to fall, he lands on the mast, falls into a vent, and drops into a food serving tray]].
   
 
The captain finally praises Tom for ''keeping mice away from the ship'' until the food is served and then to Tom's horror, it turns out to be the tray Jerry fell into. Seeing this, the annoyed captain orders his crew to throw Tom into the ship brig and the cat watches Jerry surfing to the coast of Hawaii after some sea water splashed onto his face from Jerry's surfing.
 
The captain finally praises Tom for ''keeping mice away from the ship'' until the food is served and then to Tom's horror, it turns out to be the tray Jerry fell into. Seeing this, the annoyed captain orders his crew to throw Tom into the ship brig and the cat watches Jerry surfing to the coast of Hawaii after some sea water splashed onto his face from Jerry's surfing.
   
 
==Voice cast==
 
==Voice cast==
*[[Paul Frees]] as The Captain
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*Paul Frees]] as The Captain
   
 
==Availability==
 
==Availability==
 
*Tom and Jerry's Greatest Chases, Vol. 4
 
*Tom and Jerry's Greatest Chases, Vol. 4
*[[Tom and Jerry Spotlight Collection]] Vol. 2, Disc Two
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*Tom and Jerry Spotlight Collection]] Vol. 2, Disc Two
   
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
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Cruise Cat
Tom and Jerry]] series
Cruise_Cat_Title_Card.JPG

Title Card
Directed by William Hanna]]
Joseph Barbera]]
Produced by Fred Quimby]]
Story by William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
Voices by Paul Frees]]
Music by Scott Bradley]]
Animation by Irven Spence]]
Ray Patterson (animator)
Backgrounds by Robert Gentle]]
Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Release date(s) October 18, 1952
Color process Technicolor
Running time 7:02
Language English language
Preceded by Push-Button Kitty]]
Followed by The Dog House (1952 film)

Cruise Cat is the 71st one Reel animated cartoon|animated]] Tom and Jerry]] Short, directed by William Hanna]] and Joseph Barbera]] and produced by Fred Quimby]] with music by Scott Bradley.This is one of the few where Tom gets the better of Jerry for most of the cartoon until the tables turn. This cartoon was animated by Irven Spence, Ray Patterson, Ed Barge and Kenneth Muse with backgrounds by Robert Gentle. It was released on October 18, 1952 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

PlotEdit

Tom is a Mascot aboard a cruise ship]] and is warned by the captain that Tom will be replaced by another mascot if a mouse is found on board the ship, which is meant to indicate that there are no mice allowed on the ship. Jerry tries to board the ship but is kicked out by Tom, Jerry continues to board the ship unsuccessfully until boarding on the anchor of the ship. He then ties Tom's tail to a lifebuoy|lifesaver]] ring and makes a fake call for help. Tom throws the ring and Jerry throws Tom off the ship for good.

Tom manages to get back on the ship anyhow, soaking wet and furious. Jerry slips up Tom as he passes by with a bar of soap and Tom salutes a passing captain as he is thrown off the ship. Tom emerges soaking wet once again onto the stern. Tom dives into the pool after seeing Jerry dive into it, but it is Jerry who drains all the water out and thus causes Tom to crash on the floor and break into twenty-one pieces. Then Jerry dashes to the ship steam machine and pulls off the boiling water on the cat's fanny.

Image:CruiseCat2.jpg|thumb|150px|left|Tom and Jerry relive past memories as they watch themselves on the big screen.]]

Jerry, having successfully ridden Tom off the ship again, walks along the edge of the deck playing his ukulele]], but Tom, now really furious, pokes his head up and chases him, Jerry runs to a door to the ship's basement and Tom follows behind. The cat places a stick of dynamite]] and waits, but upon hearing no explosion, he checks inside and the mouse is allowed to kick him in with the door locked. Tom yells for help causing the dynamite to explode, revealing a dazed and blacked cat covered with piles of ash. Jerry flees into a theater where the flashback of 1950's Texas Tom]] is being shown, and when Jerry laughs at Tom, Tom is annoyed and throws Jerry off the ship and into the air; after reaching his highest point, a seagull]] catches Jerry, only to be swatted away when Jerry hits him with his ukulele, but when Jerry realizes he's going to fall, he lands on the mast, falls into a vent, and drops into a food serving tray]].

The captain finally praises Tom for keeping mice away from the ship until the food is served and then to Tom's horror, it turns out to be the tray Jerry fell into. Seeing this, the annoyed captain orders his crew to throw Tom into the ship brig and the cat watches Jerry surfing to the coast of Hawaii after some sea water splashed onto his face from Jerry's surfing.

Voice castEdit

  • Paul Frees]] as The Captain

AvailabilityEdit

  • Tom and Jerry's Greatest Chases, Vol. 4
  • Tom and Jerry Spotlight Collection]] Vol. 2, Disc Two

External linksEdit

Category:1952 animated films]] Category:Films directed by Joseph Barbera]] Category:Films directed by William Hanna]] Category:Films set in a movie theatre]] Category:Seafaring films]] Category:Tom and Jerry short films]] Category:1950s American animated films]] Category:1950s comedy films]]

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