Published on 01 Dec 2015 | over 2 years ago
The short three-minute fragment from series is a 1950 one-reel animated cartoon and is the 48th Tom and Jerry short directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera who created the cat and mouse duo ten years earlier. The cartoon was produced by Fred Quimby, scored by Scott Bradley and animated by Ed Barge, Kenneth Muse, Irven Spence and Ray Patterson.
Only time that the face of Mammy Two Shoes is shown.
On CBS in the 1960s, Mammy Two Shoes was redrawn as a white teenage girl, and her night out at the Lucky Seven Bridge Club was redone as a night out dancing with her boyfriend. Her voice was provided by well-known voice actress June Foray. For reasons unknown, Jerry's voice when he complains to Tom about the noise is muted out.
Some versions of this cartoon past the 1960s air either with Mammy Two Shoes' voice redubbed or with Mammy as a white teenage girl voiced by June Foray (though one version exists in which, due to an audio mix-up, the white teenage girl has Randolph's original voice).
Cartoon Network's version has Mammy Two Shoes' voice redubbed with a less stereotypical voice recorded in the 1990s provided by contemporary comedienne Thea Vidale and, much like CBS airings of the cartoon in the 1960s, mutes out Jerry's voice (when he complains to Tom about the noise) for reasons unknown.
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