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‘Tom and Jerry: Mouse Trouble’ Set for Release Feb. 18

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment announces the release of Tom and Jerry: Mouse Trouble, a new collection featuring 30 cartoons totaling over three hours of animated cat and mouse antics.

BURBANK, CA – The pursuit of laughter and fun continues with the release of Tom and Jerry: Mouse Trouble, available February 18, 2014 from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. This rollicking new collection features 30 cartoons totaling over three hours of animated cat and mouse antics the whole family will enjoy together. Tom and Jerry: Mouse Trouble will retail for $19.97 SRP.

Join the favorite cat and mouse duo in Tom and Jerry: Mouse Trouble, a collection of shorts comprised of some of the funniest episodes from Tom and Jerry Tales and classic, theatrical Tom and Jerry shorts. Each cartoon is filled with fur-flying, action-packed chases, schemes and pranks that will delight kids and their parents time and time again. Look at what the cat and mouse dragged in! Included in this all-new, expansive collection is the Academy Award–winning (Best Short Subject: Cartoon) Mouse Trouble, which has Tom following the ill-fated advice of a book on how to catch mice. Get ready for a rowdy reunion when Jerry’s Uncle Pecos comes to visit in Cry Uncle. Cat got your tongue? Maybe it’s Cat Got Your Luggage?, the short which has Tom working as a bellhop in a fancy hotel and Jerry is a guest that is sure to overstay his welcome. Then Jerry helps an escaped circus lion in Jerry and the Lion. Tom presents Jerry as a gift to his beautiful feline girlfriend, Toodles Galore in Love Me, Love My Mouse. These and several other hilarious cartoons are featured on this must-own set. So sit back, relax and hide the frying pans and mousetraps, this one is going to be a laugh riot!

Originally created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, Tom and Jerry emerged during Hollywood’s golden age of animation and became one of the most popular cartoon series in existence. The shorts focus on the never-ending rivalry between Tom the cat and Jerry the mouse. The plots of each short usually center on Tom’s attempts to capture Jerry. Jerry however, is clever and quick on his feet so Tom hardly ever manages to catch him.

“We are delighted with the wonderful assortment of cartoons found in this entertaining new collection and we think consumers will be too,” said Mary Ellen Thomas, Vice President Family & Animation Marketing and Partner Brands. She added, “It was important for us to select a combination of shorts we thought would appeal to both kids and adults. Tom and Jerry are enduring characters whose body of work spans decades. Their repertoire features cartoons that appeal to just about every taste. From the heart-melting and adorable to the most rambunctious and hilarious, Tom and Jerry have it all.”

Source: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment

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