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Her face is never seen with the exception of Saturday Evening Puss , in which her face is very briefly seen as she runs towards the camera , and she usually attacks the cat with a broom whom she usually addresses as "Thomas" whenever she believes that he is misbehaving.
Mammy would appear in 19 cartoons, starting with Puss Gets the Boot and ending with Push-Button Kitty Gene Deitch opted not to use Mammy's character in his shorts, as he felt a "stereotypical black housekeep" character "didn't work in a modern context.
His cartoon debut came in the short The Milky Waif Nibbles was later featured in the Academy Award -winning short The Little Orphan He is sometimes seen as Jerry's nephew, but occasionally referred to as an orphan.
Nibbles is often shown eating excessively he is always hungry. In his first animated appearance, he was left on Jerry's doorstep, abandoned by his parents.
Tom enjoys chasing Nibbles as much as he does Jerry. Though the character was created under the name Tuffy for the comics in , his early animated appearances from gave him the name Nibbles.
During the s and subsequently, the mouse was called Tuffy on-screen as well. In Tom and Jerry: The Magic Ring , the name Nibbles was used again—and the character was depicted as a pet-store mouse whom Jerry doesn't know.
In the Mouseketeer shorts, Nibbles speaks in French and English. Like his uncle Jerry, Nibbles is often mistaken for a girl due to his extraordinarily high pitched voice.
He was voiced by Francoise Brun-Cottan in the Mouseketeer shorts, Tara Strong in Tom and Jerry: The Magic Ring , Kath Soucie from onwards, and Alan Marriott in the video games Fists of Furry and War of the Whiskers Another recurring character in the series was Little Quacker the duckling , who was later adapted into the Hanna-Barbera character Yakky Doodle.
He appears in Little Quacker , Just Ducky , Downhearted Duckling , Southbound Duckling , That's My Mommy also , Happy Go Ducky , and The Vanishing Duck Quacker talks a lot compared to Tom and Jerry.
His voice is a 'duck voice' similar to Disney 's Donald Duck. In many shorts, he is the only character who speaks. He is very trusting, even trusting Tom in many situations in which Tom wishes to eat him.
He is a friend of Jerry, but unlike Jerry harbors no hard feelings towards Tom. He appeared in The Tom and Jerry Show episode "The Lost Duckling" He also got his own series of shorts on The Yogi Bear Show renamed Yakky Doodle after guesting in several Hanna-Barbera TV shows.
Quacker was then used as a template for the ' Hard Luck Duck ' character starring in the titular character's short from the What a Cartoon! His What a Cartoon!
Quacker was voiced by Red Coffey in the classic shorts, and Alan Marriott in Tom and Jerry in Fists of Furry and Tom and Jerry in War of the Whiskers.
He was named "Duckling" in those games. In Tom and Jerry Show , Quacker's "duck voice" is provided by Sam Kwasman.
In three cartoons, Quacker becomes separated from his mother at birth, only to reunite with her later in two of them Little Quacker and Just Ducky.
In That's My Mommy however, he is adopted by Tom. In Little Quacker , Quacker's father, Henry makes an appearance.
Because his birth is shown differently in different cartoons, he may have siblings as seen in Just Ducky and Happy Go Ducky.
Quacker gets a girlfriend in Downhearted Duckling. Cuckoo is a canary that first appeared in Kitty Foiled He also appeared in The Flying Cat , Life with Tom , Hic-cup Pup , Two Little Indians where he is red in color , and Matinee Mouse which slows clips from the previous episodes.
He is Jerry's best friend. Despite being a little bird, he can actually carry heavy objects like a bowling ball in Kitty Foiled and a lb.
Lightning is a ginger orange cat who first appeared in the short Old Rockin' Chair Tom as Tom's rival.
Lightning is named as such because in his first short, he practically moved at the speed of lightning.
Lightning has the same character design as Butch, but with an orange color although his coloring occasionally varies from film-to-film. In Mucho Mouse , he speaks Spanish and is a house cat.
He also appears in the Gene Deitch short Switchin' Kitten. In the Chuck Jones short Catty-Cornered his final appearance , Lightning is portrayed with more of an orange-yellow color than before, with the additional changes of a black tail and ears.
In appearances where Meathead is absent, Lightning is usually portrayed as the most dim-witted of the recurring alley cats. He first appeared in Baby Puss ; his final appearance in the original theatrical shorts was in Scat Cats.
He also appears in Tom and Jerry Tales with a more yellowish color similar to Life with Tom. In Professor Tom , Topsy is explicitly a house cat; more often as in Saturday Evening Puss and elsewhere , he is depicted as an alley cat or a cat of unknown origin.
Meathead is a brown, mangy alley cat who wears a red toupee which is occasionally seen the same color as the rest of his fur. He is generally portrayed as dull-witted and first appeared in the short, Sufferin' Cats!
He is known as Frankie in Heavenly Puss. In Scat Cats , his final appearance in the original theatrical shorts, he is portrayed with an all-gray color.
Meathead appears in several episodes of Tom and Jerry Tales with an orange color similar to that of Lightning and also has a red nose and, in two episodes, a bushy tail.
Meathead re-appeared in The Tom and Jerry Show episode Cruisin' for a Bruisin ' as a lead antagonist, while a drag version of the character named Meathelda appeared in the episode Hop to It!
Meathead also makes multiple appearances in later seasons, usually alongside Butch and other alley cats.
George and Joan voiced by Daws Butler and Julie Bennett are an average middle-class white couple, who debuted in the short Pet Peeve , replacing Mammy Two Shoes.
They are the owners of Tom, Jerry, and Spike, but Tom likes to keep Joan company and Spike likes to keep George company.
Joan is often seen either cooking or sitting on her armchair knitting or sewing a dress with Tom keeping her company.
George, on the other hand, hates the monthly bills and complains that they're too expensive. But when he's not complaining about the bills, he is sitting in his armchair or on the sofa reading the newspaper wearing his smart purple or grey suit and Spike is keeping him company.
Both George and Joan are very kind and polite towards each other and Tom and Spike. In Pet Peeve , George and Joan decided to keep Jerry as a pet because he is easy to look after and doesn't eat too much George and Joan do not know Jerry's secret: he has stored a large amount of food in his mouse hole, leftover from Tom's and Spike's carelessness with their food.
However, in later shorts with George and Joan, Tom and Spike still happily live with them and Jerry is not known by the couple and he is not a pet.
In some shorts, Joan appears without George, such as Mouse for Sale , The Flying Sorceress , Mucho Mouse , and Tot Watchers.
It could be presumed that George would be working at his office during the settings of these cartoons. Jeannie , the babysitter of George and Joan's baby, is an average teenager who spends much of her time talking on the phone.
She is often called on to look after the baby if they're going out. Jeannie proceeds to leap straight onto the phone just as George and Joan shut the front door, which implies that she is very negligent about her job.
Despite this, Jeannie is very kind, friendly, cheerful and rarely loses a smile—except to scold Tom for "bothering the baby", which she thinks that he is doing on purpose to annoy her.
Jeannie and the baby were seen in only two cartoons: Busy Buddies and Tot Watchers Jeannie is voiced by Janet Waldo in the original shorts.
The Ants are an army of red ants who steal food as they see them. They appeared in four cartoons Cat Napping , Pup on a Picnic , Barbecue Brawl , and Carmen Get It!
They're unusually heavy for their size, and their combined weight often causes many items, such as Tom's hammock, to break.
It is unclear how or why the ants are so heavy, as they are even capable of making tables and diving boards shake as they march onto them.
Each guardian devil for Tom and Jerry appeared in three cartoons Sufferin' Cats! In the first of these cartoons, one served as evil conscience for Tom and in the other one for Jerry.
A tiny goldfish who is friends with Jerry and lives in the same house as Tom and Jerry. She appeared in major roles in Jerry and the Goldfish and Filet Meow although the goldfish in the latter could be a different one.
Tom's attempts to eat her lead to Jerry winning her affections. She also appeared in cameo roles in other cartoons Puss Gets the Boot , Puss n' Toots , Baby Puss , The Million Dollar Cat , Casanova Cat , The Missing Mouse , Haunted Mouse , and The Brothers Carry-Mouse-Off Muscles is Jerry's cousin and a mouse with incredible strength.
In Jerry's Cousin , Muscles appears to hate cats, including Tom. In Haunted Mouse , another mouse named Merlin, who is also a cousin of Jerry's, appears as a wizard with magical abilities.
Muscles' other appearance was in Tom and Jerry: The Magic Ring , however his name was changed to Freddie and he was hostile towards Jerry although it could be a different mouse who is identical to Muscles.
He was voiced by Paul Frees in Jerry's Cousin and by Billy West in Tom and Jerry: The Magic Ring. He also appeared in The Tom and Jerry Show.
George is the cat counterpart of Muscles, but with a personality that is in stark contrast to him. Like Muscles, George is identical to Tom although he is shorter and is his cousin.
Unlike Muscles, however, George is a coward and is scared of mice. He first appeared at the beginning of Jerry's Cousin where he gets thrashed by Muscles possibly the reason for his fear of mice.
His bigger role was in Timid Tabby where he finally overcomes his fear. Fluff, Muff, and Puff are a trio of brown, black and orange kittens that first appeared in Heavenly Puss as adorable kittens -who were killed by drowning- in a cameo role during Tom's dream.
They also appeared in Triplet Trouble as cute, but extremely mischievous kittens. They also appeared in The Tom and Jerry Show. Toots is the name given to three different characters that have appeared infrequently.
The first of these is a fluffy beige cat who appears in Puss n' Toots and The Mouse Comes to Dinner , the latter being her only speaking role.
She also has a cameo in Smitten Kitten This version of Toots also appeared in some s Tom and Jerry comics. Toots is also a different cat by the same name who appears in The Zoot Cat and in the Tom and Jerry Tales episode "Kitty Cat Blues".
She has occasionally and erroneously been referred to as "Sheikie", but this is actually Tom's nickname, as seen on a gift card in the cartoon.
Finally, Toots is the name of a mouse who serves as Jerry's love interest in Blue Cat Blues Toots also appeared as an antagonist in Love Me, Love My Mouse In some of the mouseketeer series of cartoons, Tom serves the king of France.
This is an obvious reference to Louis XVI of France , who is shown as an extremely short-tempered and cruel monarch. In The Two Mouseketeers , the king executes Tom while in Royal Cat Nap , he orders for Tom's execution.
Mechano cat first appeared in Push Button Kitty as Tom's rival. Later, Mechano and Robot-Mouse are seen as a cat-like-robot and mouse-like-robot who serve Tom and Jerry except at the end of Advance and Be Mechanized , when they get revenge and switch roles with Tom and Jerry, as they control their minds and make them do the work in the three Chuck Jones outer space cartoons O-Solar Meow , Guided Mouse-ille , and Advance and Be Mechanized both Mechano's efforts to catch or trap Jerry or Robot-Mouse always backfire for Tom, except in Advance and Be Mechanized , when he succeeds to catch Robot-Mouse in the beginning.
In Guided Mouse-ille , he can stand upright and have hands to use a gun with to try and blast Jerry in his mobile tank. This backfired and left Mechano with a black face, while crying in frustration.
He sneaks back and promptly shoots Tom, who attempts to shoot Mechano back for his insubordination.
However, the shot came out on the wrong end and Tom faints leaving Mechano laughing himself silly. He also appeared in the Tom and Jerry Tales episode "Tin Cat of Tomorrow" where he is named Verminator Mechano called "Robot Cat" also appeared as a fighter in the video game, War of the Whiskers , and was voiced by Marc Silk.
The St. Bernard is a dog who first appeared in Puttin' on the Dog and then again in The A-Tom-Inable Snowman Unlike the other dogs in the franchise, he is not hostile to cats and on one occasion becomes Tom's medical assist.
He also appeared in War Dogs. Eagle is an eagle that tries to steal Jerry for food from Tom. He first appeared in Flirty Birdy , then in The Tom and Jerry Show episode "The Egg and Tom and Jerry" , where he is female instead of male and then again in Tom and Jerry Tales episode "Bend it like Thomas" Eagle also appeared as a playable character in the video game War of the Whiskers , voiced by Alan Marriott.
Lion is a lion that has switched from a tame one in Jerry and the Lion , to a nervous one in The Tom and Jerry Show episode "The Hypochondriac Lion" to a monster in the Tom and Jerry Tales episode "You're Lion" He is also a playable character in Tom and Jerry in War of the Whiskers where he is voiced by Alan Marriott.
A baby woodpecker that first appeared in Hatch Up Your Troubles and its remake The Egg and Jerry where it could peck into virtually anything including Tom's stomach, Tom's golf club in Tee for Two or a water pipe as in Landing Stripling Baby Woodpecker and his Mama would re-appear by making cameo appearances in The Tom and Jerry Show which ran from Uncle Pecos is Jerry's cowboyish uncle who appears in Pecos Pest He was voiced by Shug Fisher.
He is known to always play with a guitar and wears a black cowboy hat that covers his eyes. He plucks each of Tom's whiskers off to replace broken strings on the guitar.
Being from Texas, he is shown to be super strong and is also shown to have a stammer, especially while singing. Uncle Pecos returned in the Tom and Jerry Tales episode "Cry Uncle" , voiced by Scott McNeil.
In the episode, he arrives at Tom and Jerry's house and annoys Tom and Jerry with his music. He later leaves with Auntie Spinner in the end of the episode.
Uncle Pecos made his second return in The Tom and Jerry Show , voiced by Stephen Stanton. He appears in the episodes, "I Quit" , "Uncle Pecos Rides Again" and "Cat-A-Tonic Mouse" all A radio with a male human voice that broadcasts music, cookery show and warnings on escaped animals, bomb threats etc.
In Jerry's Diary , the radio is shown to be anthropomorphic with the announcer's name as 'Uncle Dudley' but this is not the case with other cartoons.
The radio's announcements often cause troubles for Tom, as in Jerry and the Lion , Little Runaway , The Missing Mouse , and Down Beat Bear , fear in Fraidy Cat , embarrassment in Jerry's Diary and Life with Tom or as in Jerry and the Goldfish may be the cause of evil intentions.
Radio has been voiced by Martha Wentworth in Fraidy Cat , by Paul Frees in The Missing Mouse and Jerry and the Lion , Joseph Forte in Jerry's Diary and Daws Butler in Jerry and the Goldfish , while others are not known.
Unlike the other Tom and Jerry characters, this one is not a character per se , but rather a substitution for a character, such as Spike the bulldog, for a brief visual gag.
Usually, a character turns into a jackass when it is fooled such as Spike in Solid Serenade , The Framed Cat , and Pet Peeve or Tom in Polka-Dot Puss In Pup on a Picnic , 'Jackass' is replaced with 'Sucker'.
The following characters were introduced in the theatrical shorts that were directed by Gene Deitch in the early s. An overweight, short-tempered, average height, middle-aged, and bald white man who became Tom's owner in only three of the thirteen cartoons: Down and Outing , High Steaks , and Sorry Safari also Clint Clobber is voiced by Allen Swift.
Clint Clobber had previously been created by Deitch for Terrytoons in the s. He was removed from later entrees after Sorry Safari as a thin lady replaces him afterwards.
He is a mad scientist reminiscent of Frankenstein. He first appeared in Switchin' Kitten and subsequently was the subject of a number of television episodes for e.
In his first appearance, the mad scientist is the owner of Jerry who is also his assistant and has numerous cats trapped in a prison.
When Jerry picks an orange cat named Lightning, the other cats flee in terror as the scientist pulls him out for his latest experiment.
He switches the mind of the orange cat with that of a bulldog and presents him as his present to Jerry. An unnamed thin white lady was Tom's owner in Buddies Thicker Than Water , replacing Clint Clobber.
Chuck Jones would also use her in The Unshrinkable Jerry Mouse and in the revised version of Saturday Evening Puss. She also appeared in the movie Tom and Jerry: The Fast and the Furry Like many other early human characters, her face was never shown.
The following characters were introduced in the theatrical shorts that were produced by Chuck Jones in the mid to lates.
This nameless mouse-sized bulldog, designed similarly to Spike the Bulldog, is Jerry's pet dog companion in only two shorts: The Cat's Me-Ouch and Purr-Chance to Dream His role is similar to Spike in cartoons such as The Bodyguard , Fit To Be Tied , and Much Ado About Mousing , which is to defend Jerry against Tom.
He is presumably the oldest son of Spike before Tyke, and this could be identified by his looks and personality that is similar to his father Spike.
Unlike Spike and Tyke he has a big bite similar to those of Looney Tunes ' Tasmanian Devil. A shark who tries to eat Tom and Jerry. He appears in Puss 'n' Boats and Filet Meow both and Surf-Bored Cat and Cannery Rodent both The creature's color and species varies, in Cannery Rodent and Surf-Bored Cat it is a blue shark , while in Filet Meow and Puss 'n' Boats it is a great white shark.
Porpoise also appeared in The Tom and Jerry Comedy Show episode "A Connecticut mouse in King Arthur's court" The following characters were introduced in The Tom and Jerry Show television series which ran for the first half of the season.
A gopher that devours vegetables in Gopher Broke. He appeared in the cartoon's sequel The Son of Gopher Broke.
He also appeared in Tom and Jerry Comedy Show see below. A parody of Robin Hood and his merry men, they appeared in Robin Ho Ho.
They also appeared in Tom and Jerry: Robin Hood and His Merry Mouse The primary antagonist in Robin Ho Ho and also in Tom and Jerry: Robin Hood and His Merry Mouse.
He is based on the character from Robin Hood tales. Love interest to both Tom and Jerry, she appears in The Ski Bunny and The Tennis Menace.
A police officer who appears in See Dr. Jackal and Hide and in The Police Kitten where he is the superior officer to both Tom and Jerry.
The following characters were introduced in the television series The Tom and Jerry Comedy Show. A Basset Hound often with a miserable look on his face, originally introduced in the Tex Avery shorts of the s.
He first made a poster cameo in Matinee Mouse in the Chuck Jones era. He also appeared in the Droopy and Dripple segments of Tom and Jerry Kids.
He is sometimes an adversary of Spike. He would also appear in Tom and Jerry Tales and would appear in the direct-to-video films.
An anthropomorphic cartoon character, a sluggish, sleepy bear who often is in pursuit of nothing but peace and quiet, originally introduced in the Harman-Ising shorts of the s.
He would also appear in the direct-to-video films. McWolf, initially named 'Slick Wolf' is the villain of the "Droopy and Dripple" segments.
Sometimes for of crazy scientist whom it loves to dominate the world , of space villain, a criminal fat person known as "The Chubby Man" , etc.
His character is based on the wolf in Red Hot Riding Hood. He is voiced by Frank Welker. The son of Droopy, essentially an older version of the infant pup from Homesteader Droopy The identity of his mother is never mentioned or even addressed, although, due to Droopy's frequent relationships with Miss Vavoom, it can be assumed that his mother is either dead or is divorced from Droopy with no visitation rights prior to the events of the series.
He is voiced by Charlie Adler. In his first appearance, Dog Trouble , Spike is the main antagonist, chasing and attacking both Tom and Jerry on sight, even trying to eat Jerry, which forced the two to work together to defeat him.
However, in his next appearance The Bodyguard , after Jerry willingly saved him from being poached, he became Jerry's protector whenever needed.
In all subsequent shorts, Spike becomes typecast as the stereotypical dumb brute who is always duped into becoming a shield for Jerry from Tom.
It is only in two episodes where Jerry gets Spike out of a jam and the dog willingly protects him from Tom in well-earned gratitude The Bodyguard and Fit to Be Tied.
On most occasions, Jerry causes trouble for Tom by luring him near Spike and harming him to get him angry, and in some cartoons when it's perfectly obvious that Tom is not responsible, as seen in The Invisible Mouse , Spike still blames Tom and hurts him instead of Jerry.
Only on one occasion does Jerry fail to frame Tom, in Hic-Cup Pup where Tom unintentionally cures Spike and Tyke's hiccups, and Spike shakes Tom's hand.
Spike, however, is not without a softer and sympathetic side: in the episode Pet Peeve , after believing that Tom is willing to leave the house in Spike's favour, Spike feels sorry for him to the point that he offers to leave instead, which Spike does until he realises that Tom is only using reverse psychology to trick him into leaving.
In The Truce Hurts , Spike is portrayed as a very intelligent and equilibrated character when he convinces Tom and Jerry to stop the fighting among the three of them and sign a Peace Treaty, but their newfound friendship comes to an end when they argue over how to share a big steak, symbolised when Spike tears the truce contract to shreds and they go back to fighting again after Tom accidentally threw the steak into the sewer drain.
From the cartoon The Bodyguard to cartoon Heavenly Puss , he was voiced by Billy Bletcher. His first name is Bulldog in Dog Trouble , His name also varies in some shorts: in Puttin' on the Dog , Solid Serenade and Cat Fishin' he is named "Killer", and in The Truce Hurts he signs his name "Butch" on the treaty peace paper.
He is also a Devil Dog in Heavenly Puss. In Tom's later attempts to catch Jerry, he has to deal with Spike for bothering his son.
In 's Love That Pup , Spike was given a puppy son, Tyke, who became another popular supporting character in the Tom and Jerry cartoons.
His voice was taken over by Daws Butler , who styled Spike's voice after Jimmy Durante taking after his s radio series with Garry Moore.
He is named Spike from then on and is not changed again. When Tyke is introduced, Spike is given a softer approach mainly towards his son and is kinder and less aggressive, but is still portrayed as a dumb animal on more than one occasion.
Spike's love and affection towards Tyke becomes Jerry's newest weapon against Tom, as his strategy goes from luring Tom towards Spike to inflicting harm on Tyke, and even when it is perfectly obvious that Jerry is responsible and not Tom, as seen in Love That Pup.
Spike fails to notice this and still blames Tom although this can be partially due to Spike's dislike of Tom.
A short-lived Spike and Tyke cartoon series was produced by MGM in ; only two entries were completed. Within a year, the MGM cartoon studio had shut down, and Hanna and Barbera took Spike and Tyke and retooled them to create one of the first television successes for Hanna-Barbera Productions , Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy.
Spike would continue to appear in Tom and Jerry full-length features released in the early s and finally, Tom and Jerry Tales.
Spike made a cameo appearance in the final scene of Who Framed Roger Rabbit with other famous cartoon characters. He is seen next to Pete and Horace Horsecollar just before Porky Pig ends the film.
Spike and his son Tyke also appear as regulars in the recent reboot series. Spike and Tyke made frequent appearances in the second Tom and Jerry daily newspaper strip, which was distributed by Editors Press Service from about until The strip was produced in the US, but only appeared in foreign newspapers.
Spike and Tyke starred in a long series of comic book stories in Dell Publishing 's Tom and Jerry Comics , starting with 79 Feb until May They also appeared in three issues of Dell's Four Color series between and Unlike their portrayal in the cartoons, both characters spoke in the comic book stories.
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