Tom and Jerry Kids Show

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FOX (ended 1994)

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Tom and Jerry Kids Show

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This show is about how Tom and Jerry acted when they where kids. As they were kids, they also fought. Just like in their other show Tom and Jerry. They fought still after all the years. The Tom and Jerry spin-offs are Tom and Jerry and The New Tom and Jerry Show. Tom and Jerry First Appeared on FOX On September 23, 1990. And Ended on November 27, 1994. The Tom and Jerry Kids Show, now airs on Cartoon Network and Boomerang.

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Characters

Tom: Tom is the cat. His enemy is Jerry. That's why they always fight, and play tricks together. And sometimes when they're in danger together, they put aside their differences and decide to help out each other.

Jerry: Jerry is the mouse. His enemy is Tom. That's why they are always fighting, and playing tricks on each other. Jerry also likes to play tricks on Tom.

Spike: Spike is the Dog. He always takes care of his son Tyke, and makes sure that Tom never gets within ten feet of him. If Tom does then he pays the price.

Tyke: Tyke is Spike's son. He always enjoys spending time with his dad. And doesn't like when Tom gets in the way.

McWolf: McWolf is a sneaky little wolf whenever Droopy and Dripple are on adventures, he is there to stop them from doing what they've got to do. But even thought he tries, they always seem to catch up and win.

Droopy: Droopy is Dripple's father and is always ready to go on adventures with his son Dripple.

Dripple: Dripple is Droopy's son. And is always ready to go on adventures with his dad Droopy.

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Brian Cummings

Brian Cummings

Clyde

Don Messick

Don Messick

Droopy (Voice)

Frank Welker

Frank Welker

Tom, Jerry, McWolf, Wild Mouse, Stinky Jr. (Voice)

Phil Hartman

Phil Hartman

Calaboose Cal

Charlie Adler

Charlie Adler

Dripple, Crazy Legs (Voice)

Pat Fraley

Pat Fraley

Kyle the Cat

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  • Want to Remember More

    9.0
    Few ep (96)
  • I like this on some points, had some problems with the new ones.

    8.5
    This isn't like the Tom and Jerry used to be, so it may be a big disappointment to the fans of Tom and Jerry. It had some side cartoons. You see, it focuses on the other characters that had appeared on the old show. And the T&J fans who just likes plain cartoon violence by the duo, may not like this show. For me it's good as it focuses on Spike and Tyke, Droopy and Dripple. Those are secondary characters of the show back then. They added other characters that are not funny as the old ones. It had some great humor, jokes, plots, animation, and voice acting (for the other characters). Anyway a great show.moreless
  • As far as spin offs go this was good, but there were some issues

    7.0
    Tom and Jerry is a timeless classic that inspired many people with comedy, and like all good shows it got a spin off. In Tom and Jerry Kids Show it centers around Tom and Jerry as kids, and along with the show it has Droopy and Spike and his son Tyke. It sounds good enough, a show having some of the most memorable characters from Hannah Barbera all in one sounds really good, but it kind of falls a little short. The Droopy cartoons are by far the funniest in the entire show. Droopy has a soon named Dripple and they have to deal with their enemy, McWolf. I love how Droopy is always able to outsmart the wolf, and the slapstick comedy is great. The Spike and Tyke cartoons are also really good. It centers around Spike trying to help his son , but it all results in comedic failure. I love how Tyke is smarter than Spike, and that Spike is always getting into trouble when he is trying to make his son happy. The Tom and Jerry episodes are where the show kind of falls apart. It still has the classic cat chasing mouse plot. However certain characters like Manny Two Shoes, Butch, Toots, the gray mouse, and the duck were missing. You can get away with the fact there was no gray mouse and the duck not being there since they were young in the original Tom and Jerry, but everyone else should have been there. I think it would have been great to see a young Butch and Toots and Manny in this show. I believe that having them around would have created more stories for the show. The slapstick is good in these cartoons like the other two cartoons. Then there is a random cartoon that was usually another Tom and Jerry, but changed in season 3. They were now about about new characters like Slowpoke Antonio, the Mouse Scouts or Calaboose Cal. They were OK, but not that memorable or funny. The stories are OK, but nothing too special or interesting, and are rehashes with the slapstick of Tom and Jerry, but they are good to watch. The artwork is good, and I liked the character designs. The animation though feels stiff most of the time, and the characters seem to have little movement sometimes. Overall, as far as spin offs go this is good. It's not amazing or anything, but Tom and Jerry Kids is a decent spin off that will certainly please Tom and Jerry fans out there.moreless
  • It was terrible.

    2.8
    Hanna-Barbera's first phase was animals in bow ties. Then it moved on to teens + object/animal = mystery. In the late eighties, it moved on to the worst phase ever: this is something you liked before, but with kids. Popeye suddenly got a son, The Flintstones were now children, and a pup named Scooby-Doo came into the world with his burden of never ever being alone. Seriously, was there EVER a time when Scooby was by himself? If he was lost or scared he was always with Shaggy. He sat in the car with everybody else. Why didn't they just leave him at home sometimes? He never did anything to intentionally help, but maybe Freddy believed in chaos theory or something and banked on Scoob tripping over an errant ear of corn or something and crashing into destiny. Anyway, they were all babies suddenly, and it was terrible.



    ENTER: Tom and Jerry KIDS. The easiest cartoon to understand motivationally and enjoy is "Tom and Jerry." There is a cat (Tom) who wants to catch and kill a mouse (Jerry). That's it. Tom's in the house, Jerry starts f*cking around, and Tom wants to get him. They run around chasing and being chased, and somebody gets hit in the face with an iron. It's great. It's easy. It's a cat and mouse story. So of course it is crucial to the children of America that they have a KIDS VERSION of a cat and mouse to watch. They should've just strapped "Pocket Rockers" to the characters and had them sip juice boxes for the entire show. whooooaaaa tom is on a skateboard coooooool NO, shut up, he's a cat, stop it.



    I can find nothing but fury for the Tom and Jerry Kids. It's an innocent enough idea, I guess, but God, do they HAVE to be kids? Do girls really need girl versions of something to like it? Can't they just like the regular version? It's the same thing here. Can kids not enjoy a cat unless the cat is supposed to be their age? Does the at most five or six year age difference between baby and cat make or break the show? When I was a kid I liked Daffy Duck a lot. Actual Daffy Duck. I don't think Daffy was dealing with any mature themes and adult situations, other than getting shot in the face as a joke or swallowing gasoline and a match to commit suicide. He was funny, and I liked him. I look at Baby Daffy Duck and all I can think of is, "If I'd grown up watching this I would've never stopped sh*tting myself."



    The worst part about Tom and Jerry Kids (and re-released original Tom and Jerry cartoons) is the removal of the black maid, Mammy Two Shoes. Okay, she was called "Mammy Two Shoes." That's pretty terrible. But she never really DID anything Mammy, other than being dressed like Aunt Jemima. When I watched her as a kid I didn't think "objectification of black culture," I thought, "that lady lives with Tom." I loved her, and now she's pretty much gone forever. It sucks, too, because I can't think of a good reason to preserve her other than, "please preserve her." She's part of my childhood. And newsflash: mammies existed. They were human beings, too. Just because they didn't have everything in the world doesn't mean we should be ashamed of them and erase them from memory. Tom in blackface? Sure, get rid of that. But don't turn the black lady's legs white to make yourself feel better. I barely even noticed.



    Secretly I'm just mad that I lost my teenage ability to argue that Tom himself was black, and use that to make jokes about the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants.moreless
  • Not near as good as the original Tom and Jerry

    0.1
    I'm sorry but this show is a complete waste of time...It's not near as good as the original Tom and Jerry. The show lacks in animation and comedy like the real Tom and Jerry possessed and it tries so hard to be just as good that it's pathetic. Plus this show doesn't even include some of the characters from the original Tom and Jerry like the small gray mouse, the little yellow duckling, and the black cat (I think his name is Butch). Overall, I don't like this show and when I whatch it, it makes me long for the original (much better) Tom and Jerry.moreless
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