Jerry Mouse

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Jerry Mouse
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Jerry in Hatch Up Your Troubles.
Species: Mouse
Gender: Male
Affiliation: Tom Cat
Spike
Quacker
Robyn Starling
Occupation: Author[1]
Other relative(s): Nephew, Nibbles/Tuffy[2]
Cousins, Muscles Mouse and George[2]
Uncle, Pecos
Marital status: Single
First appearance: T&J: Puss Gets the Boot (1940)
Played by: William Hanna
Mel Blanc (1963-67)
Frank Welker (1990-93, 2002)
Dana Hill (1992)
Samuel Vincent (2006-08)
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Gene Deitch's Jerry.
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Chuck Jones's Jerry.
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The Tom & Jerry Show
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Tom & Jerry Kids
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The Mansion Cat

Jerry Mouse is the main character of the Tom and Jerry animated franchise, playing the hero protagonist, although he hasn't been entirely innocent throughout. Jerry was introduced as a character in a theatrical short series, with his first appearance in Puss Gets the Boot, and subsequently appeared in other media, such as TV series and direct-to-video films. He rarely speaks, relying on a range of vocal effects to express his emotions, which are usually made up of high pitched yells and screams, originally performed by William Hanna, which are still in use today long after his passing. His most memorable speaking role occurred in Tom and Jerry: The Movie, in which his voice came out from actress Dana Hill's.

He has to constantly watch out for Tom Cat, who as one might expect, wants to eat Jerry, although sometimes it appears to be more about the thrill of the chase. Despite this, Jerry appears to live life fairly easily.

Character description

Appearances

TV series

Specials

Movies

Shorts

Comics

Video games

History

In the beginning

Czechmate

Smartassicus Mouse-us

You Can't Do That on Television

The Tom and Jerry "Comedy" Show

Celebrating another 50 years! 50 years of fun!

Baby Jerry doo, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo

Development

Toys and merchandise

Main article: Jerry Mouse/Toys

Gallery

Main article: Jerry Mouse/Gallery

References