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"Bats What I Like About The South" is the tenth of Tom and Jerry Tales, originally airing on October 21st, 2006. It is directed by Tim Maltby, written by Robert Ramirez and storyboard by Lyndon Ruddy.

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Plot

Tom chases Jerry in the graveyard and the little brown mouse is spooked by the terrifying statues before him, and he is eaten by Tom but Jerry manages to escape from the cat's mouth. The chase resumes and soon, the cat and mouse duo continue the chase into a Southern Manor. With the help of a white bat that looks likes him, Jerry scares Tom. The episode ends with Tom with his tail tied up to a chandelier and Jerry with a homemade wing living with the bat.

In Other Languages

Irish: Ialtóg Theas (Southern Bat)

Names, etymology and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology and notes
Japanese 恐怖のコウモリネズミ Horror Bat Mouse
German Jerry Fledermaus Jerry Bat
French Une chauve-souris pas si chauve A not-so-bald bat
Italian I pipistrelli del Sud The bats of the South
Spanish Los Murciélagos son lo que más me Gusta del Sur Bats are what I like the most in the South
Portuguese Bat-Jerry Bat-Jerry (Possibly a parody of "Batman")

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Notes

This title is a parody of the song, "That's What I Like About The South", by Phil Harris.

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