Puss 'N' Boats (1966)

  |  Animation, Family, Short

Puss 'N' Boats (1966) Poster

Jerry's a wharf mouse; he sees a load of cheese being loaded onto a cargo ship and tries a variety of tricks to board, but Tom is on guard.


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29 May 2017 | BA_Harrison
| Two strikes, Abe.
Jerry is relaxing in a hammock when he is lured by the aroma of a shipment of cheese. The only problem is that Tom the cat is on guard to ensure that no mice make off with the cargo.

Director Abe Levitow has another crack at a Tom and Jerry cartoon, but with no more success than his first attempt (the disappointing Jerry-Go-Round), Puss 'N' Boats suffering from some horrible drawing, and repetitive and not particularly amusing jokes.

Best moment: Tom crawling through a pipe that gets narrower and narrower, emerging as a stick-thin creature that looks like something out of a Dr.Seuss book. The worst moment comes when Levitow unwisely throws in a topical gag, Tom encountering an astronaut as he is launched sky-high by a high-pressure hose: with the spaceman rendered in an incongruous, semi-realistic style, this part really sticks out like a sore thumb.


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5 May 1966



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