Tom and Jerry: Robin Hood and His Merry Mouse

Synopsis: Robin Hood, a merry man who steals from the rich to give to the poor, has a new capable sidekick, Jerry. The evil king deduces, in his own words "brilliantly", that the best way to deal with this new threat is a cat, so he hires Tom.
65 min

via a very tiny courier.

And I have just the man to stop him.

- Him?


- Uh, him?


Silly sheriff, you're out of men.

May I introduce my cat-at-arms, Thomas.

You see, because Robin Hood

is using a mouse as his messenger...

Tom is perfect.

Now off with you. Prepare for your mission.

A cat to catch a mouse.

Genius! Pure genius.

I love money!

Oh, the mouse is nothing, sire.

What matters is with its capture,

we'll find the traitor.

Yes. Find the traitor.

But if my brother, the good King Richard,

returns from the Crusades...

it will all be for nothing.

I'll never be king.

The nice part about Crusades

is they're extremely dangerous.

He may never return.

How long before

we cross the Channel for England?

Good King Richard, another two days

and the ship will be ready, uh, sire.

But how I miss my kingdom and my people.

The sooner we get home, the better.

Eh, my good bear?

Uh, oh, yeah.

Uh, what you just said, sire.

Two days. We gotta warn Prince John.

Yeah, so's he can definitely make a nice

reception for his big brother. Heh-heh.

It'll be a killer.



Shush! Come on.

Let's go.

We'll get ourselves a nice reward

for this juicy bit of news. Heh-heh.


Oh, boy.


Now, my fine lads, who wants to help me

hand out Prince John's money?


Huzzah! Huzzah!


Ha-ha! Grab your gear.

Ha-ha. Not you, my little friend.


- Oh, don't fret now.

I have an even more important

job for you.

Something that fits your size.

I need you to make another delivery.

It's a poem I've written for Maid Marion.

Could you please take it to her?

Now you mustn't let this fall

into the wrong hands...

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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