Tom and Jerry episode 59 – His Mouse Friday (1951) – Full episode in 2 parts

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This funny episode of the series is a 1951 one-reel animated cartoon and is the 59th Tom and Jerry cartoon (His Mouse Friday) directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera and produced by Fred Quimby for Metro Goldwyn Mayer. It was produced in Technicolor and released in theatres on July 7, 1951. The title is a pun combining references to the film His Girl Friday and the character of Friday from the novel Robinson Crusoe. Rarely aired on television due to racial stereotypes. “His Mouse Friday” has been pulled from the American rotation in recent years due to cannibalism and racial stereotyping and has been completely taken off the airwaves in some countries. However, it has been released on video in two different censored forms- one by MGM/UA and another by Warner Home Video: MGM/UA Home Video’s version, mutes out all of the cannibals’ dialogue, including Jerry’s native gibberish. Warner Home Video’s version leaves the soundtrack intact, but crops out the small native (by zooming into where Jerry is) at the end. As we know this episode of Tom and Jerry classic was showed on Boomerang TV and Cartoon Network and many other channels.

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