Tom and Jerry

Tom and Jerry is all around you!

Title Tom and Jerry


Publisher Hanna-Barbera
Leader Jerry Mouse

Prime Leader

Tom Cat
Media Shows
Country United States



Appropriate for everyone!

Number Code



Comedy Series


Tom and Jerry's treat

Previous Team

Sonic the Hedgehog

Next Team

Fancy Pants Man

Tom and Jerry is a popular cat and mouse cartoon of all.

Team Tom and JerryEdit

Tom CatEdit

Tom has changed remarkably over the years, especially after the first episodes. For example, in his debut, he was quadrupedal and had normal cat intelligence. However, over the years (since the episode Dog Trouble), he has become almost completely bipedal and has human intelligence.

Jerry MouseEdit

Hanna and Barbera served as writer/directors of the Tom and Jerry cartoons until 1956, when they also became the producers.[6] Fourteen Tom and Jerry cartoons between 1940 and 1954 were nominated for the Academy Award for Best Short Subject: Cartoons, with seven of the shorts winning that award.

Toodles GaloreEdit

Toodles is first of many girl cats that Tom falls for over the course of Tom and Jerry. She does not speak and rarely moves about.

Nibbles MouseEdit

Nibbles is also a little grey house mouse who is close to Jerry and appears frequently with him, especially in the comics. He is sometimes seen as Jerry's nephew, but occasionally referred to as an orphan. In many cartoons, Nibbles is seen eating a lot (he is always hungry). In his first animated appearance, he was left on Jerry's doorstep, abandoned by his parents. Tom enjoys chasing Nibbles much as he does with Jerry.

Spike DogEdit

pike (occasionally referred to as Butch or Killer) is a stern but occasionally dumb American bulldog who is particularly disapproving of cats, but a softie when it comes to mice (though in his debut episode, Dog Trouble, Spike goes after both Tom and Jerry), and later, his son Tyke. In the shorts Jerry would often try to get Tom in trouble with Spike making him a shoo-in for a beating from the bulldog. Spike has a few weaknesses that Tom tries to capitalize upon: his possessiveness about his bone and his ticklishness. He made his first appearance in the 1942 Tom and Jerry cartoon Dog Trouble, and his first speaking role was in 1944's The Bodyguard, where he was voiced by Billy Bletcher up until 1949, from which point he was voiced by Daws Butler.

Tyke DogEdit

Tyke does have a speaking role in the program and is the first time that viewers were able to hear Tyke speak. Spike is very protective towards his son and gets very angry at Tom if Tyke is bothered or harmed. Although Tyke has spoken in Tom and Jerry kids, he has laughed in one episode of Tom and Jerry.


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