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Tom and Jerry: Fifty Years of Cat and Mouse
the quintessential cat and mouse act first chased each other across the silver screen fifty years ago in the cartoon short, Puss Gets Boots. Created by Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera, they were an overnight success when they debuted and are still delighting audiences today. Since that first film, Tom and Jerry cartoons have aired continually in cinemas and on television, winning numerous Academy Awards as well as the adulation of viewers around the world.,
This is the official history of the feuding twosome: from their creation by Hanna and Barbera in the cartoon studios of MGM through the classic Tom and Jery era of the forties and fifties to their great incarnations om TV.
Fully illustrated with storyboards, animation cells, rough sketches and photographs, Tom and Jerry: Fifty Years of Cat and Mouse is a fascinating insight into the world of cartoon film-making and will be a nostalgic trip for all admirers of the mischievous mouse and his implacable feline foe.
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