tom and jerry
- Classic American cartoon duo Tom and Jerry will make their first-ever made-in-Japan series debut on Nov. 11.
- As cheese is the favorite food of Jerry the mouse, the special project will be released in time for “Cheese Day.”
- The special feature, which gives the characters an adorable anime style, will be delivering episodes related to Jerry’s favorite cheese from the classic “Tom and Jerry” series.
- In addition to the celebration of “Cheese Day,” new products will be released from Village Vanguard stores and official online stores.
Classic American cartoon duo Tom and Jerry received a makeover for a new Japanese animated series.
“Tom and Jerry,” which was first released in the U.S. in 1940, will be debuting its first-ever made-in-Japan series on Nov. 11, according to Turner Japan Co., Ltd., which operates the channel Cartoon Network.
A 9-year-old boy in Indonesia is helping his struggling family make money by entertaining people while dressed up as Thomas Cat from the animated series “Tom and Jerry.”
Rehan, of South Kalimantan in the Indonesian portion of the island of Borneo, walks every day from their home to the road around Jalan Gatot Subroto to entertain workers and residents with his costume from the cartoon show “Tom and Jerry,” according to Mothership.