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The Tom & Jerry Comedy Show

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    Does Anybody Know More About This Series??
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    This was the syndication title for The New Adventures of Tom and Jerry (click on the link!). Released by Filmation Associates, this originally ran on CBS in 1980.

    Each of its 15 half-hour episodes consisted of two Tom and Jerry cartoons and one Droopy cartoon.

    Frank Welker provided the voices of Droopy, Slick Wolf, Spike and Barney Bear, although producer Lou Scheimer is said to have provided (without screen credit) the voices of Slick Wolf, Barney Bear and other characters as well.

    A couple of interesting names in the crew:

    1) Jack Hanrahan, one of the writers, worked on many animated and live-action series. He was also a well-known writer for Mad magazine in the 1960s (and co-writer of Don Martin's first Captain Klutz book).

    2) Storyboard artist Paul Fennell had a very long career. His first screen credit was as an animator for the Fleischer Studios Screen Song This Little Piggie Went To Market (1934).

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    I love this cartoon very much, because my child is very happy to see this funny cartoon show.

    Each of its 15 half-hour episodes consisted of two Tom and Jerry cartoons and one Droopy cartoon.

    Frank Welker provided the voices of Droopy, Slick Wolf, Spike and Barney Bear, although producer Lou Scheimer is said to have provided (without screen credit) the voices of Slick Wolf, Barney Bear and other characters as well.
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    Coslough Johnson was also a story writer for the series. He is the brother of actor Arte Johnson and also wrote for Arte's series "Laugh-In".

    The voice actors strike in 1980 prevented Frank Welker from performing voices for the entire season of Filmation's Tom and Jerry series. Lou Scheimer had to perform Welker's roles in the series as a replacement.

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