In That's My Mommy however, he is adopted by Tom. Mike Teavee- An aggressive little boy who does nothing but watch television and play video games all day. Morizzio wants to date Tom, and they end up getting lost in the sea. Toodles Galore- Tom Cat's love interest in the Chocolate Factory. Toots also appeared in Love Me, Love My Mouse (1966). A malevolent mouse takes a malicious pleasure to cause leaks by dismounting piping. Tom Et Chérie (Tom And Darling) is the first big MSX game published by the French magazine Hebdogiciel. He first appeared in Flirty Birdy, then in The Tom and Jerry Show episode "The Egg and Tom and Jerry" (1975, where he is female instead of male) and then again in Tom and Jerry Tales episode "Bend it like Thomas" (2007). He works at a toothpaste factory. George, on the other hand, hates the monthly bills and complains that they're too expensive. Not … In later cartoons, Lightning often appeared as one of Tom's alley cat buddies/rivals. He also appeared in Tom and Jerry Comedy Show (see below). In Tom and Jerry: The Lost Dragon, they are the Hench-cats of Drizelda. It is quite a special occasion, of course. Whether or not she is a maid taking care of the home in which Tom and Jerry reside or the homeowner is never made clear. Topsy is a grey/brown Scottish Fold kitten. Finally, they occasionally end up being friends, although within this set of stories, there is often a last minute event that ruins the truce. McWolf, initially named 'Slick Wolf' is the villain of the "Droopy and Dripple" segments. He is known to always play with a guitar and wears a black cowboy hat that covers his eyes. Name your price. A medically challenged yellow swallow that is friends with Jerry in "Hard to Swallow". Tom and Jerry: Despicable Me 3 is an upcoming American computer-animated comedy film, produced by Warner Bros. Pictures (WarnerMedia Byline), Warner Bros. In his first appearance, Baby Puss (1943), Butch was an antagonist, tormenting Tom after Tom's young girl owner treated him like a baby—to the point of dressing Tom up in a diaper, a bonnet, and pink paw mittens. Mr. Wonka's being unreasonable. Newt is a Mexican newt with orange skin. 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. The following characters were introduced in the 2014 television series Tom and Jerry Show. Both characters display sadistic tendencies, in that they are equally likely to take pleasure in tormenting each other, although it is often in response to a triggering event. Lightning has the same character design as Butch Cat, but with an orange color (although his coloring occasionally varies from film-to-film). Listen to Tom and Chérie from Scott Bradley's Tom & Jerry Cartoon Classics for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Unlike 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. He also appeared in Tom & Jerry Kids, the early 1990s television series, where his fear seems to have re-instated even though he pretended it has not (his name was changed to Tim in that short). Toots is the … Charlie Bucket: Goodnight, Grandma Josephine. They're unusually heavy for their size, and their combined weight often causes many items, such as Tom's hammock, to break. Grandpa Joe: Mr. Wonka, I don't know if you remember me, but I used to work here in the factory. A Basset Hound often with a miserable look on his face, originally introduced in the Tex Avery shorts of the 1940s. Tin, Pan and Alley are a trio of male Siamese cats created especially for the new direct-to-video films, they are secondary antagonists in Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes, Tom and Jerry: Robin Hood and His Merry Mouse, Tom and Jerry's Giant Adventure, Tom and Jerry: The Lost Dragon and Tom and Jerry: Spy Quest, acting as henchmen for the main antagonists. Mrs. Beauregarde: It's a wonder how that pipe is big enough. In appearances where Meathead is absent, Lightning is usually portrayed as the most dim-witted of the recurring alley cats.