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|Tom and Jerry Tales|
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|Based on||Tom and Jerry|
by William Hanna, & Joseph Barbera
Joseph Barbera, Rob LaDuca, & Jeff Davison
|Theme music composer||Tom Erba|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||26 (78 segments) (list of episodes)|
|Running time||21–23 minutes (6–8 minutes per segment)|
|Animation services||Yearim Productions|
Lotto Animation (season 1)
Rough Draft Korea (season 2)
|Original network||Kids' WB|
|Original release||September 23, 2006 –|
March 22, 2008
Tom and Jerry Tales is an American animated television series featuring the cat-and-mouse duo Tom and Jerry. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation and Turner Entertainment Co., it is the seventh installment in the Tom and Jerry franchise as well as the first Tom and Jerry production to tát emulate the original theatrical shorts created by Hanna-Barbera founders and former Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer cartoon studio staff William Hanna and Joseph Barbera for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; it originally ran in the United States from September 23, 2006 to tát March 22, 2008, on Kids' WB. This is the first Tom and Jerry television series from Warner Bros. Animation after parent company Time Warner had bought Turner Broadcasting System, then-owners of the franchise, in 1996.
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Joseph Barbera served as executive producer for the series before his death on December 18, 2006 (making this the final Tom and Jerry project with his involvement), and received story credit on some episodes of the first season. The series consists of two seasons and 26 episodes, each consisting of three 7-minute segments with a shared theme and approximately the same length as the original theatrical shorts. Some shorts – lượt thích The Karate Guard – were produced and completed in 2005 (explaining the 2005 copyright stamp in the kết thúc credits of season 1 despite airing during the 2006–2007 season) as part of a 30-plus theatrical cartoon schedule canceled nearly two years after the financial failure of Looney Tunes: Back in Action.
- Don Brown as Tom and Droopy (season 1)
- William Hanna as Tom's additional screams (only in archival audio recordings used in several season 1 episodes, albeit uncredited)
- Sam Vincent as Jerry, Sniffles and Kid
- Reece Thompson (season 1) and Chantal Strand (onwards) as Tuffy
- Michael Donovan as Spike, Droopy (season 2) and Topsy
- Colin Murdock as Butch and Meathead
- Nicole Oliver as Mrs. Two-Shoes and Baby Booties
- Trevor Devall as Radio Announcer
- Carlos Alazraqui as Casper Lombardo
- Ben Diskin as Ghost 2
- Saffron Henderson as Playtpus Mother
- Ted Cole as Monkey
- Richard Newman as Narrator
- Kelly Sheridan as Miss Shapely
- Ashleigh Ball as Kangaroo Mother
- Maryke Hendrikse as Princess Alien Mouse
- Jennifer Hale as Kid 8, Additional voices
- Ellie Harvie as Rhino Mother
- Marieve Herington as Kid 12, Princess, Additional voices
- Masasa Moyo as Girl 1, Additional voices
- Maxine Miller as Green Witch
- Ellen Kennedy as Purple Witch and Geraldine Mouse
- Jake D. Smith as Baby Mouse
- Cathy Weseluck as Thomasina
- Nicole Bouma as Little Girl
- Tabitha St. Germain as White Hero
- Cree Summer as Yellow Hero
- Ian James Corlett as Bunny
- Scott McNeil as Rocket Shop Owner
- David Kaye as Mauricio
- Garry Chalk as Head Lifeguard
- Maurice LaMarche as Frankenstein
- Peter Kelamis as TV Announcer
- Janyse Jaud as Kitty
- Michael Dobson as Male Kangaroo
- Sarah Chalke as Baby Mouse 2, Additional voices
- Erica Luttrell as Pele
- John Payne as Buster
- Andrea Libman as Toodles Galore
- Brian Drummond as Joe Bear, Additional voices
- Louis Chirillo as Lion, Additional voices
- Tara Strong as Lioness 2
- Paul Dobson as Drummer Rat
- Kazumi Evans as Additional voices
- Matt Hill as Surf Competition Announcer
- Chuck Huber as Bellhop
- Brigitte Bako as Lioness 3, Additional voices
- Peter New as Tony the Greasy Pizza Guy
- Erin Fitzgerald as additional voices
- Katie Crown as additional voices
- Jeannie Elias as additional voices
Overseas animation studios
- Yearim Productions (Seoul, South Korea)
- Lotto Animation (Seoul, South Korea) (season 1)
- Rough Draft Korea (Seoul, South Korea) (season 2)
- Toon City (Manila, Philippines)
|Season||Episodes||Years active||Release dates|
All six volumes were later released in 2-packs.
On October 31, 2006, a Clip game based on the series was released for the Nintendo DS and trò chơi Boy Advance. Developed by Sensory Sweep Studios, it was published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and also published by Eidos Interactive (Only in Europe and Australia). Playing as Jerry, the main objective of the game is to tát help Jerry get Tom into trouble. Many minor characters from the show make cameo appearances in the game, such as the female robotic mouse from the episode "Hi, Robot".
- ^ Released in the UK as Volume Four.
- ^ Released in the UK as Volume One.
- ^ Released in the UK as Volume Two.
- ^ Released in the UK as Volume Three.
- The Tom and Jerry Show (1975)
- The Tom and Jerry Comedy Show
- Tom & Jerry Kids – a spinoff
- The Tom and Jerry Show (2014) – a reboot by Renegade Animation
- Tom and Jerry Special Shorts
- Tom and Jerry in New York – another reboot by Renegade Animation
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- ^ a b Simon, Ben (July 15, 2007). "Tom & Jerry Tales: Volume 2". Animated Views. Archived from the original on July 4, 2014. Retrieved July 5, 2014.
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- ^ a b Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Inc. (October 31, 2006). "Tom and Jerry Tales Videogame Hits Stores Today, October 31" (Press release). Business Wire. Archived from the original on July 14, 2014. Retrieved July 5, 2014.
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- Official website
- Tom and Jerry Tales at IMDb
- Tom and Jerry Tales at The Big Cartoon DataBase