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Tom & Jerry: Complete Classic Collection: Volume 1-6 (6 dvd) - £17.99 @ HMV !
Tom & Jerry: Complete Classic Collection: Volume 1-6 (6 dvd) - £17.99 @ HMV !

Tom & Jerry: Complete Classic Collection: Volume 1-6 (6 dvd) - £17.99 @ HMV !

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Tom & Jerry: Complete Classic Collection: Volume 1-6: 6dvd boxset is available @ HMV for £17.99 delivered !

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Description : This HMV exclusive 6DVD box set draws together all six volumes of the Tom & Jerry Classic Collection and is packed with cartoon capers from everyone's favourite cat and mouse. So join Tom & Jerry for nearly 9 hours of mayhem in these classic cartoons.

Volume 1 : Collecting together the works of each producer, Classic Collection 1 starts with the cartoons of the great Fred Quimby and also includes the Hanna-Barbera years 1940-1958. Hollywood legend Quimby is largely regarded as creating THE Tom & Jerry episodes. He won seven Academy Awards for various Tom & Jerry shorts and received numerous nominations for his animated works.

Volume 2 : Tom and Jerry Classic Collection 2 continues with the works of Hollywood legend Fred Quimby, the man largely regarded with creating THE Tom and Jerry episodes. He worked closely with Hanna-Barbera and together they set the high standard of animation, music, timing and humour for which Tom and Jerry are renowned. Classic Collection 2 includes the Academy Award winning cartoon shorts The Cat Concerto and The Little Orphan, the Academy Award nominated Dr Jekyll and Mr Mouse and Hatch Up Your Troubles plus 20 other classics.

Volumes 3 & 4 : Tom and Jerry Classic Collections 3 and 4 brings together the works of Hollywood legends Fred Quimby, Gene Deitch, Chuck Jones and Hanna Barbera, the dream team who presented the pair at their brawling best and won 7 Academy Awards along the way.

Volumes 5 & 6 of the Tom & Jerry collection features 58 cartoons, each packed with crazy cat and mouse antics.

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Brilliant!! Perfect For The Kids...big And Small{!!} Thanks Edi

Editor

This will keep them all entertained over easter :thumbsup:

From memory, these are extremely badly cut. If you're interested in getting them for anything other than "the kids", it might be worth getting alternative releases.

Damn, i bought the seperate volumes, 3 sets of 2 discs, £18 each

Good price. I bought each volume individually for £5.99 from play.com back in August. Although each of my discs were double sided 'flipper' discs. I don't know if these are the same, but I thought I'd mention it.

fishsticks

Although each of my discs were double sided 'flipper' discs. I don't … Although each of my discs were double sided 'flipper' discs. I don't know if these are the same, but I thought I'd mention it.



I really don't understand the point in those disks. I have Goodfellas on that format, and it just completely baffled me.

adamcm

I really don't understand the point in those disks. I have Goodfellas on … I really don't understand the point in those disks. I have Goodfellas on that format, and it just completely baffled me.


iv got the these in seperate seaosns and there all double sided disks. So my guess would be these are exactly the same.

Different for a movie, must really kill the mood, but for the kids it's not a big deal.

But these are the politically correct versions so none of the ones where Tom's face gets blacked up etc.

Quimby was just a suit .. he had virtually nothing to do with how good the cartoons were.... even so he insisted his name appeared larger in the credits than anyone else.

cheers for this edi

great deal, i know what ill be doing this easter holiday hehe

Dude1971

Different for a movie, must really kill the mood, but for the kids it's … Different for a movie, must really kill the mood, but for the kids it's not a big deal.But these are the politically correct versions so none of the ones where Tom's face gets blacked up etc.



Is there one where the do-gooders and "oooh don't anything that might offend anyone" types get chased up the telegraph pole by Spike the dog?
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