Tom in Hatch Up Your Troubles.
Mammy Two Shoes
|Goals:||To catch Jerry|
|Other relative(s):||Cousin, George|
|First appearance:||T&J: Puss Gets the Boot (1940)|
|Played by:||William Hanna|
Clarence Nash (1940-43)
Mel Blanc (1963-67)
Frank Welker (1990-93, 2002)
Richard Kind (1992)
Bill Kopp (2005)
Don Brown (2006-08)
Eric Bauza (2022)
Gene Deitch's Tom.
Chuck Jones's Tom.
The Tom & Jerry Show
Tom & Jerry Kids
The Mansion Cat
Tom and Jerry Tales
The Tom and Jerry Show
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Tom & Jerry
Hurry, Hurry, Tom and Jerry
Thomas "Tom" Cat is the main character of the Tom and Jerry animated franchise, playing both the antagonist and protagonist, depending on the plot. Tom 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. Tom is a mostly silent character, who was originally performed by William Hanna and Clarence Nash, before only Hanna's was used, which is still in use today long after his passing. His most notable speaking role occurred in Tom and Jerry: The Movie, in which his voice came out from Richard Kind's.
Tom's goal in life is to catch Jerry Mouse, usually for the sake of tormenting or getting rid of him, but sometimes it appears to be the thrill of the chase. While on other occasions, they're bosom buddies. Again, this all depends on the plot.
Tom is a bluish-grey cat with white fur covering his belly, mouth, hands, feet and tail. He has yellow and green eyes and has a patch of white fur found in between them. He also has thick, black eyebrows.
Since his debut, Tom's personality has changed over the years. In his debut, he was a normal cat who stood on four legs. However, he had become completely bipedal and has shown to have human-like intelligence. Coming from a series of slapstick cartoons, Tom has also withstood unspeakable levels of pain. He has survived from small things like toe injuries, to deadly weapons such as explosives. Tom is usually defeated (or rarely, killed) with Jerry besting him in the end, though there are times where the two both win or lose. He rarely speaks, relying on a range of vocal effects to express his emotions; many of which are made up of painful yells and screams.
- The Tom & Jerry Show (1975)
- The Tom and Jerry Comedy Show
- Tom & Jerry Kids
- The Powerpuff Girls
- 1.8B "Ice Sore" (mentioned)
- Tom and Jerry Tales
- The Tom and Jerry Show (2014)
- Tom and Jerry in New York
- Tomut Jelly
- 1.1 "Party Time"
- 1.2 "Rainbow Candy Shop"
- Hurry, Hurry, Tom and Jerry (announced)
- Tom and Jerry Time (announced)
- Anchors Aweigh
- Dangerous When Wet
- Tom and Jerry: The Movie
- Tom and Jerry: The Magic Ring
- Tom and Jerry: Blast Off to Mars
- Tom and Jerry: The Fast and the Furry
- Tom and Jerry: Shiver Me Whiskers
- Tom and Jerry: A Nutcracker Tale
- Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes
- Tom and Jerry & The Wizard of Oz
- Tom and Jerry: Robin Hood and His Merry Mouse
- Tom and Jerry's Giant Adventure
- Tom and Jerry: The Lost Dragon
- Tom and Jerry: Spy Quest
- Tom and Jerry: Back to Oz
- Tom and Jerry: Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
- Tom & Jerry
- Tom and Jerry Cowboy Up
- Tom and Jerry: Snowman's Land
- The Flash/Speed Buggy Special (alternate cover)
In the beginning
You Can't Do That on Television
The Tom and Jerry "Comedy" Show
Celebrating another 50 years! 50 years of fun!
Baby Tom doo, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo
- Main article: Tom Cat/Gallery
Toys and merchandise
- Main article: Tom Cat/Toys