Tom and Jerry & The Wizard of Oz

Synopsis: Tom the Cat and Jerry the Mouse get whisked away into The land of Oz.
Production: WARNER BROTHERS PICTURES
  1 win & 2 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.5
TV-G
Year:
2011
56 min
Website
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Ohh.

Come on, Toto.

She isn't coming yet, Toto.

Did she hurt you?

She tried to, didn't she?

Come on, we'll go tell Uncle Henry

and Auntie Em.

Auntie Em. Auntie Em.

Auntie Em. Just listen

to what Miss Gulch did to Toto.

Dorothy, please.

We're trying to count.

But Aunt Em. She hit him over the...

Oh, don't bother us now, honey.

This old incubator's gone bad...

...and we're likely to lose

a lot of our chicks.

Oh, the poor little things.

All right, come on now, let's go.

There you go.

Mm-hm. Mm-hm. Thanks, Jer.

Auntie Em, Miss Gulch said

she was gonna take Toto away.

She said

she was gonna get the sheriff.

- Dorothy, please.

- Oh, all right.

Oh. Oh. Oh!

Dorothy.

Oh, get me out of here.

- Are you all right, Dorothy?

- I'm all right.

Tom, Jerry. Thanks ever so much.

What's all this jabberwopping

when there's work to be done?

Thank you, boys. I'm much obliged.

Auntie Em, you know what Miss Gulch

said she was gonna do to Toto?

Now, Dorothy, dear...

...you always get yourself

into a fret over nothing.

Just help us out today

and find yourself a place...

...where you won't get

into any trouble.

Yes, ma'am. Come on, Toto.

Boys, I know you two like to tussle,

but will you promise me something?

Promise me you'll be friends

and work together...

...to keep an eye on Dorothy.

Please, boys, you're awfully good

at looking after her.

She needs someone to protect her,

and Toto, too.

Promise me you'll do that.

Thank you, boys.

Now, you stay close to Dorothy.

Do you suppose

there is such a place, Toto?

There must be.

It isn't a place you can get to

by a boat or a train.

It's far, far away.

Behind the moon. Beyond the rain.

Somewhere over the rainbow

Way up high

There's a land that I've heard

Of once in a lullaby

Somewhere over the rainbow

Skies are blue

And the dreams that you dare

To dream really do come true

Someday I'll wish upon a star

And wake up where the clouds

Are far behind me

Where troubles melt like lemon drops

Away above the chimney tops

That's where

You'll find me

Somewhere over the rainbow

Bluebirds fly

Birds fly over the rainbow

Why then

Oh, why can't I?

If happy little blue birds fly

Beyond the rainbow

Why, oh, why

Can't I?

Mr. Gale. I want to see you and your wife

right away about Dorothy.

That dog is a menace

to the community.

I'm taking him to the sheriff

to make sure he's destroyed.

No, no. I won't let you take him.

You go away, you wicked old witch.

We can't go against the sheriff,

Dorothy.

Put him in the basket, Henry.

Uncle Henry, Auntie Em,

don't let her take Toto.

Don't let her take him.

What in the world?

I know you two.

You're that Tom and Jerry

from the Gale farm.

I'll teach you to get in my way.

Take that.

And that.

Get off.

I'll get you, Tom and Jerry.

And that little dog, too.

Toto, you came back.

Oh, I'm so glad.

Miss Gulch

will be coming back for you.

We've got to get away.

We've got to run away.

It's a twister, it's a twister.

Get the horses up.

Dorothy.

Jiminy Crickets. Thanks again.

Come on.

Dorothy.

Dorothy, where are you?

It's too late,

we can't look for her now.

Auntie Em. Auntie Em.

You keep trying the door.

Auntie Em. Uncle Henry.

Look out, mouse.

You won't eat me, cat.

Put 'em up, put 'em up.

Watch it.

There's more where that came from.

You mean that thing is with you?

Where did you come from?

Why then, you must know Dorothy.

Well, I'll be.

I'm Tuffy, the Munchkin Mouse.

And I'd like to welcome you

to Munchkin Land.

I'm afraid Dorothy's left hours ago.

The house you and Dorothy came in...

...landed on the Wicked Witch

of The East and crushed her.

Dorothy had freed us

from the Witch...

...and then Glinda,

the Good Witch of the North...

...gave Dorothy the ruby slippers.

But then, the Wicked Witch

of the West showed up...

...to take

the magical ruby slippers.

And she'll do anything to get them.

So Glinda sent Dorothy...

...to the great and powerful

Wizard of Oz in the Emerald City...

...where she's gonna ask the Wizard

to send her home to Kansas.

So she set off

on the yellow brick road.

Follow the yellow brick road.

Stop.

You can't follow Dorothy.

It's too dangerous.

So you two promised

you'd protect Dorothy, huh?

Then take me with you.

I know I can help.

What do you say?

Don't laugh.

I'm very insecure about my size.

Oh, it's sad believe me, mister

When you're tiny as a blister

Without the strength to fight

But I could show my prowess

Though I'm just a humble mouse

If I only had the height

I'm afraid there's no denying

I'm small, but I'm not crying

I'm gonna be all right.

I'd be tall as a giant

I'd be big and self-reliant

If I only had the height

We're off to see the Wizard

The wonderful Wizard of Oz

We hear he is a wiz of a wiz

If ever a wiz there was

If ever, oh, ever a wiz there was

The Wizard of Oz is one because

Because, because, because

Because

Because of the wonderful things

He does

We're off to see the Wizard

The wonderful Wizard of Oz

If ever a wiz there was

If ever, oh, ever a wiz there was

The Wizard of Oz is one because

Because, because, because

Because

Because of the wonderful things he does

Uh-oh. Now which way do we go?

Ho, ho, ho. Look at those.

That's a strange threesome

right there.

Oh, look at them. Yeah, odd.

Yeah, go ahead and do something.

You say something

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