Guided Mouse-Ille (1967)

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2565 AD. Tom and Jerry are once again manipulating robot versions of themselves in space. Tom experiments with invisibility, a giant electromagnet, and explosives, with results from bad to disastrous.


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29 May 2017 | BA_Harrison
| As bad as anything that Deitch made.
I've mentioned in some of my comments that a few of the Tom and Jerry cartoons produced by Chuck Jones have come dangerously close to matching Gene Deitch's dreadful output in terms of overall quality. With Guided Mouse-Ille, director Abe Levitow has finally equalled Deitch for sheer horribleness, his cartoon a thoroughly joyless mess from start to godawful finish.

Following on from the space theme of the pretty crappy O-Solar-Meow, Guided Mouse-Ille is set in outer space in the year 2565 AD, where Tom and Jerry carry out their chases with the use of remote controlled robots. When the robots are destroyed, the pair get to work on powerful bombs, eventually blowing themselves back to the stone age, where Levitow utilises some of the ugliest animation imaginable (even Deitch would have thought twice about using drawings this bad!).


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10 March 1967



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