Can you fill in the blank to complete these Oscar-nominated Tom and Jerry titles?

The iconic cat and mouse are among the most awarded animated characters in history.

While Looney Tunes and Disney shorts certainly won their fair share of accolades, Tom and Jerry were Oscars favorites. The pair won seven Academy Awards in ten years. They were nominated another six times.

We’ve collected the titles from ten Oscar-winning or Oscar-nominated Tom and Jerry original theatrical shorts and taken out one word from each. Can you fill in blank for all these classic cartoons?

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  1. The Cat _____
  2. The Yankee Doodle _____
  3. _____ Up Your Troubles
  4. _____ Mouse
  5. The _____ Mouseketeers
  6. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. _____
  7. Jerry’s _____
  8. The _____ Orphan
  9. _____ Trouble
  10. _____, Pussy Cat!

Can you fill in the blank to complete these Oscar-nominated Tom and Jerry titles?

Your Result...

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nightshade 20 months ago
i missed 8 and 9..... i think there's a nibbles based short called "the hungry orphan" tho
Jeffrey 21 months ago
''You got 6 out of 10'' -------------Did you get caught by these questions? ---Take another quiz! ------------I got 3, 6, 8 and 9 wrong.
TinkRoss 21 months ago
7/10 Love, love, love Tom and Jerry. I thought this quiz was going to be a little easier. Not bad though.
bnichols23 21 months ago
5. Not much of a T&J fan, apparently.
Wendy57 21 months ago
All guesses.
When I used to watch morning cartoons, the title of the episodes was not a top priority I guess.
texasluva 21 months ago
For those who like to guess then receive congrats plus movie for all can answer to the clues.
1st clue. Comedy-Drama
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So gather up give it a go and then you get your name in lights and the movie to boot
LoveMETV22 texasluva 21 months ago
American Graffiti
texasluva LoveMETV22 21 months ago
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texasluva texasluva 21 months ago
Some trivia about the movie.
When Charles Martin Smith pulls up on the Vespa in the beginning, his crash into the building wasn't scripted. He genuinely lost control of the bike, and Lucas kept the cameras rolling. Fortunately, the accident and the actor's reaction to it was in keeping with his character. Furthermore, the incident got the first big laugh from the audience in its first public premiere which Lucas and friends took as a very good sign for the film.

Mel's Drive-In was demolished after the movie was completed, but the owner's son, Steve, decided to re-open other Mel's restaurants in 1981 as a small chain. There are two in Hollywood, CA, themed after the movie, and one in San Francisco where George Lucas is known to eat occasionally.

Many more can be found here.
texasluva texasluva 21 months ago
41 songs are in the movie track American Graffiti. Listing below.
LoveMETV22 texasluva 21 months ago
Good to hear from you. I hope all is well with you.
texasluva 21 months ago
7 out of 10 What can I say 😏. Yankee Doodle Mouse maybe 🧨 or 🙈. .

MarkSpeck 21 months ago
9 out of 10. Thought I knew all my T&J cartoons...guessed wrong on #9.
RichLorn 21 months ago
Rumor has it that one of Tom's hairballs made during the filming of The Cat Concerto auctioned off at Sotheby's for big $$.
timothys71 21 months ago
Although Disney--not MGM--is famous for the "Mouseketeers" name, I think the Tom and Jerry cartoon "The Two Mouseketeers" came out before the original "Mickey Mouse Club." I can't help wondering if there were any name infringement issues?
LoveMETV22 timothys71 21 months ago
That is a good point as MGM (MGM Cartoons) was the Producer, (Production Company) for
" The Two Mouseketeers". It was before Disney's "Mickey Mouse Club". Disney is aggressive in protecting all of their copyrights and trademarks. Without researching it I wonder if MGM copyrighted or trademarked the term "Mouseketeers" prior to Disney use of the term?
Buzznansrs 21 months ago
Was sure I could nail this but 8 out of 10 should have been 9 right but I blew it lol I like these quizzes
Zip 21 months ago
Yikes! 4/10.

Remembered some of those episodes, but not enough.
leebillyold 21 months ago

LoveMETV22 leebillyold 21 months ago
Bottom picture looks like Arches National Park, Grand County, Utah.
lynngdance 21 months ago

Ok, so I came across this photo of the cast of “A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum”, and it looked just like a selfie….so…I thought I’d make it look like an Instagram post 😆…lol….I was very bored…😝 well here it is!
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lynngdance Zip 21 months ago
Thank you! 😁
LoveMETV22 lynngdance 21 months ago
Nice, you are a true artiste. Now I shall have to watch it.
LoveMETV22 lynngdance 21 months ago
Not right this moment, but soon LOL. Well have to do a picture swap soon when a good topic comes up.
lynngdance LoveMETV22 21 months ago
Thank you very much! 😄 and yes we’ll definitely have to do a picture swap 😜
Filmnoirfan 21 months ago
8/10 - stumbled over the last two
marmetv20 21 months ago
5/10 pretty sure that's an F!
Shatner1 marmetv20 21 months ago
I think your being generous to yourself--btw---I also got 5/10!
Zip marmetv20 21 months ago
What is my 4/10 then, an F-?
CaptainDunsel 21 months ago
"And the Oscar goes to..." someone other than me.
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