Tom and Jerry

Tom and Jerry is a series of theatrical animated cartoon films created in 1940 by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, centering on a rivalry between a cat (Tom) and a mouse (Jerry) whose chases include slapstick comedy.

Tom and Jerry also appeared in comic books since 1942 as one of the features in Our Gang Comics. The series was renamed to Tom and Jerry Comics in 1949.

Spanking in Tom and JerryEdit

Spanking in Tom and Jerry cartoons occurred from time to time. Tom was usually the recipient of a spanking and Jerry was the one who administered them. Jerry would spank Tom at the end of the episode as punishment for what he had done. On one occasion, revenge was the reason for a severe spanking, as Tom was spanked by Topsy, a student he had given a spanking to earlier in the episode. The spanking that Tom received in the episode The Unshrinkable Jerry Mouse was so severe, it left the audience wondering if Tom would ever fully recover or pursue chasing Jerry ever again. For once, Jerry found himself on the receiving end of a sound spanking when Tom paddled him in the episode The Bodyguard.

Spanking in animated Tom and Jerry cartoons (see also "Spanking in cartoons" and "Spanking on television"):

Spanking in Tom and Jerry comics:

  • Issue 45: Tom offers himself as a slave to his love interest Toots for her birthday — and gives her a deserved birthday spanking in the end.

See alsoEdit


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