New York Times - 07/30/1993
"...Even on their good behavior, Tom and Jerry have charm..."
Tom and Jerry hit the big screen with more cartoon mischief while helping a young girl to find her missing father. Featuring the voices of Richard Kind, Dana Hill, Anndi McAfee, Charlotte Rae, Henry Gibson and Rip Taylor.
That battling cat-and-mouse team Tom and Jerry are up to their old destructive antics when their house is demolished and they find themselves out on the streets. This unlikely pair put aside their differences in order to help a lonely little girl find her missing father and save her from an evil aunt with eyes on the girl's inheritance.
The characters "Tom" and "Jerry" were created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera for the 1950 MGM cartoon short "Puss Gets the Boot."
Computer animation by Kroyer Films Inc., Mark M Pompian, and Brian Schindler.
Joe Barbera and David Simone served as creative consultants.
John Sparey, Monte Young, Bob Nesler, Adam Kuhlman, Eric Daniels, Jay Jackson, and Skip Jones served as sequence directors.
Color by CFI. Sound by Dolby. Titles designed by Neal Thompson for Cinema Research Corporation.
Rated BBFC U by the British Board of Film Classification.
Additional production companies: Film Roman, WMG.
Copyright 1992 Turner Entertainment Company and Telefilm-Essen GmbH.