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Tom & Jerry Kids is an animated television series, featuring the famous cat-and-mouse duo as children. The show premiered on part of the The What-A-Cartoon!Show lineup on Cartoon Network on March 2, 1990 and continued airing until December 22, 1995. It is one of only two Hanna-Barbera shows (alongside spin-off Droopy, Master Detective) to air in first-run on The What-A-Cartoon!Show.

The series is somewhat similar to the "older" version of the classic one-hundred and fourteen theatrical shorts. In terms of level of violence, they are less violent than their predecessor. Also, they show some tendency of using various tools or weapons in order to attack each other, rather than solely resort to simple chasing.

History

The series was a co-production of Turner Entertainment Co., which had bought the Tom and Jerry franchise in 1986 from MGM. Parent company Turner Broadcasting System would buy Hanna-Barbera in late 1993.

Perhaps the notable differences from the classic shorts are Tom and Jerry's appearances. The young Tom wore a red baseball cap on his head, and the young Jerry had a nice clump of hair on his head and sported a red bow tie (a symbol of the 1975 Hanna-Barbera Tom and Jerry cartoons). The show consists of three seven-minute shorts. The earliest (1990-1993) episodes contained two Tom and Jerry shorts, and one short that either features Droopy & Dripple or Spike & Tyke. Besides the wolf from the Droopy cartoons being featured as McWolf, other characters introduced are Calaboose Cal, Slowpoke Antonio, Kyle the Cat, Clyde the Cat, and Miss Vavoom.

However, the later episodes that begun airing in 1994 had become more variant in terms of featured characters. Characters that starred in their own segments include Slowpoke Antonio, Kyle the Cat, and Wildmouse. Many times, there was only one Tom and Jerry short featured in the 1992-1993 episodes. Also, there was an episode that featured Blast-Off Buzzard and Crazylegs (in which they actually spoke here) from CB Bears.

After its cancellation by Cartoon Network on between 1995 and ended in 1999. Cartoon Network showed it again in 2000 through 2002. It also showed it in 2005. In , Tom & Jerry Kids was dropped from the Cartoon Network schedule and instead moved over to its sibling network Boomerang where it currently shows occasionally without the start and end titles. Cartoon Network TOO would also later remove the show from their lineup in 2009. This show was given a Daytime Emmy nomination in 1994 for Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition.

DVD and VHS Releases

In the mid 1990s, some of the cartoons were put on video tapes which are out of print and hard to find. As of 2009, Warner Bros. has no plans to put the series onto DVD in Region 1, though the series was released on DVD in Germanymarker by Kinowelt Home Entertainment on July 11, 2008.

Episodes

Characters

Cast



Production Credits

Season One

  • Executive Producers: William Hanna, Joseph Barbera, Paul Sabella
  • Co-Executive Producer TURNER Broadcasting: Jack Petrik
  • Executive in Charge of Production: Jayne Barbera
  • Producer: Don Jurwich
  • Story Editors: Neal Barbera, Don Jurwich
  • Creative Design: Iwao Takamoto
  • Supervising Director: Ray Patterson
  • Animation Directors: Joanna Romersa, Sam Nicholson, Joan Drake, Allen Witzbach, Robert Alvarez
  • Directors: Don Lusk, Oscar Dufau, Carl Urbano, Paul Sommer, Robert Alvarez
  • Storyboard Director: Jerry Eisenberg
  • Storyboard Artists: Bob Singer, Don Sheppard, Tony Benedict, Bill Perez, Iwao Takamoto, Floyd Norman, Bruce Morris
  • Recording Director: Gordon Hunt
  • Voices: Charlie Adler, Sorrell Brooke, Scott Bullock, Arthur Burghardt, Hamilton Camp, Townsend Coleman, Danny Cooksen, Peter Cullen, Brian Cummings, Patrick Fraley, Teresa Ganzel, Dick Gautier, Joanie Gerber, Arte Johnson, Paul Kreppel, Allan Lurie, Tress MacNeille, Kenneth Mars, Edie McClurg, Don Messick, Gary Owens, Rob Paulsen, Clive Revill, Neil Ross, Kath Soucie, Barbera Stuart, Frank Welker, Patric Zimmerman
  • Animation Casting Director: Kris Zimmerman
  • Talent Coordinator: Jamie Thomason
  • Music by: Tom Worrall
  • Director of Music Production: Bodie Chandler
  • Graphics: Iraj Paran, Tom Wogatzke
  • Design Supervisor: Scott Jeralds
  • Character Design: Judy Clark, Mario Williams, Leonard Johnson, Brian Hogan, Mike Goguen, Mark Christiansen, David Fasset, Marcus Nickerson, Robert Sledge, Rick Schneider, Mitch Walker, Jr., Scott Hill, Eric Clark, Bob Onorato, Jim Franzen, Lew Ott
  • Layout Supervisor: Deane Taylor
  • Layout Artists: Bill Proctor, Joe Binggeli, Phil Lewis, Deane Taylor, Craig Handley, Glen Lovett, Kevin Spill, Peter Sheehan, Drew Gentle
  • Design Assistants: Dana Jo Granger, Vicki Kirch, Tran Vu, Jesus Rodriguez, Barbera Krueger
  • Animation Supervisors: David Michener, Chris Hauge, Dan Hunn, Mark D'Arcy-Irvine, Rick Tinschert
  • Animation: Oliver Callahan, Frank Andrina, John Walker, Brenda Banks, Barry Anderson, Mike Bennett, Ernesto Lopez, Kunio Shimamura, Mark Christiansen, Bill Nunes, Moon Choi, Bob Tyler, Derek Eversfield, Robert Sledge, Bill Reed
  • Background Supervisors: Al Gmuer, Pat Barona
  • Background Artists: Craig Robertson, Joe Bingelli, Jerry Loveland, Steve Butz, Jonathan Goley, Ruben Chavez, John Rice
  • Xerography: Star Wirth, Emy Figueroa
  • Color Stylists: Alison Leopold, Candy Alejandrino
  • Production Coordinator: Vicki Casper
  • Animation Checking Supervisors: Jan Adams, Gina Bradley
  • Animation Checking: Jan Browning, Beth Goodwin, Bob Revell, Howard Schwartz
  • Production Administrator: Barbera Simon Dierks
  • Production Assistants: Heidi Galperin, Kristin Lindquist, Joe Moriconi, Ann Powell, Sandy Benenati, Dan Conte, Shannon Fallis-Kane, Erika Grossbart, Nancy Grimaldi, Debby Lathrop, Valerie Menk
  • Production Publicist: Sarah Baisley
  • Supervising Film Editors: Terry W. Moore, Larry C. Cowan
  • Sound Editors: Michelle Douglas, Ron Fedele, Paul Douglas, Armetta Hamlett
  • Editors: Gil Iverson, Pat Foley, Tim Iverson
  • Music Editors: Peter Collier, Greg Watson
  • Track Readers: Jim Hearn, Kerry Iverson, Denise Whitfield, Kay Douglas, Carol Iverson
  • Negative Consultant: William Deboer, Jr.
  • Camera Supervisor: Raul Saldago
  • Produced In Association With: Wang Film Production Company, Cuckoos Nest Studios, and Mr. Big Cartoons
  • Production Supervisors: Bob Marples, Jerry Smith
  • ₢ 1990 Turner Entertainment Co. All Rights Reserved
  • Hanna-Barbera - The First 30 Years - The Flintstones


Season Two



See also



References

  1. http://www.amazon.de/dp/B001AAKEV4


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