Published on 28 Aug 2014 | over 2 years ago
''The Lonesome Mouse'' (fragment), is a 1943 American one-reel animated cartoon and is the 10th Tom and Jerry short. This is notable for being the first speaking role of the cat and mouse duo. It was created and released on May 22, 1943 and re-released to theatres in 1950. It was directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera and produced by Fred Quimby. The animators of the cartoon were not credited (typically for early MGM shorts), and this was the last instance in a Tom and Jerry cartoon that this happened. All future Tom and Jerry theatrical shorts credited the animators. This cartoon is animated by Kenneth Muse, George Gordon, Jack Zander, Irven Spence, and Pete Burness.
Cartoon seldom have shown in the United States because of moment with Hitler, and scenes with Mammy Two Shoes.
Gag with skirts who take turns picks up Mummy, was first used in «The Midnight Snack».
It is one of the cases where Tom and Jerry speak. Voiced by the role of Tom William Hanna, and the role of Jerry - Joseph Barbera.
Cartoon to show banned in Germany because of moment with Hitler.
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