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Tom & Jerry: Pint Sized Pals DVD Review

Tom and Jerry: Pint Sized Pals Title: Tom and Jerry: Pint-Sized Pals

I like seeing things from my childhood make a comeback. From toys to TV shows, it’s fun to watch my kids get excited about things that I loved as a child. One of those greats from my younger days is the classic cartoon, Tom & Jerry. I remember watching the cartoon growing up and enjoying the cat-and-mouse fun. My sons have been exposed to it on the classic cartoon channel we have and my oldest in particular loves the dynamic of Tom & Jerry.

Created by the famous duo of William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, Tom and Jerry showcases the classic cat and mouse rivalry of Tom the cat and Jerry the mouse. The original series won the Academy Award for Best Short Subject: Cartoon seven times! I think most of us can remember watching this series as children, and it’s great to see another generation getting joy out of the classics.

I received Tom and Jerry: Pint Sized Pals for review. This is a 2-disc set that has over three and a half hours of classic Tom and Jerry as well as a number of contemporary episodes. My kids got a kick out the shorts – especially my older son who loves the slapstick comedy of all the T and J pals. The episodes feature Tom and Jerry with some of their more notable pals – Nibbles the mouse, Quaker the duckling, and one of my favorites, Spike the bulldog. I enjoyed watching these shorts with my kids and am definitely putting these discs in our cartoon rotation!

To learn more about Tom and Jerry: Pint Sized Pals, visit the official Facebook page. You can also watch full episodes on their website. This DVD was released on March 5th and sells for just under $14.00 on Amazon.

Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.

Gina

Gina is a working mom of two young boys, living in Westchester NY. She enjoys taking pictures, blogging and spending time with her boys in her spare time.

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