Tom and Jerry: The Movie

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Tom and Jerry: The Movie is a 1992 American animated musical comedy film featuring cat-and-mouse duo Tom and Jerry, produced and directed by Phil Roman, released by Miramax Films and LIVE Entertainment in the U.S.

The world's most famous cat and mouse in their first motion picture.(taglines)


  • We've got to have– money.

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Puggsy: The name is Puggsy. What's yours?
Tom: I'm Tom.
Jerry: I'm Jerry.
Tom and Jerry: [look at each other] You talked!
Tom: Well sure I talk, what do you think I am, a dummy?
Jerry: You said it, I didn't.
Tom: Hey, you little pipsqueak, I oughtta – Hey! How come you never spoke before?
Jerry: There was nothing I wanted to say that I thought you'd understand, and there still isn't!
Tom: All right, that does it, you little...oh, boy, you get me angry!

[Tom, Jerry, and Robyn are sitting near a fire under a bridge.]
Jerry: So your name's Robyn and you ran away from home.
Robyn: How did you know?
Jerry: Your name's on your locket. [Points at Robyn's locket]
Robyn: Oh, yes. It's Robyn Starling. I'm afraid I don't have a home anymore. I– I'm an orphan. My mother died when I was a baby.
Jerry: What about your father? What happened to him?
Robyn: My father's on an expedition climbing a mountain, when the snow gave way in an– av– ava–
Tom: Avalanche?
Robyn: [Starts to cry] Uh-huh, and he was the most wonderful father in the world. [Opens her locket and shows Tom and Jerry pictures of herself and her father] We had our own secret place just for the two of us, and–
Jerry: And that's where you were going?
Robyn: [Wipes a tear from her eye] Uh-huh, and to get away from– [Stops crying] –my Aunt Figg. She's not really my aunt, just my guardian. But she's taken over the house. She moved me into the attic and gave my room to her dog Ferdinand.
Tom: Ferdinand?
Robyn: Aunt Figg was always calling me orphan. She even stole my locket and threw it out the window, but I climbed down and found it, and– and–
Jerry: Kept on running.
Robyn: As fast as I could, and I'm never going back.
Tom: Oh, smart, real smart, kid. You got a roof over your head, three sure meals a day, a warm bed. Who'd wanna leave that?
Jerry: I hate to admit it, Robyn, but Tom's right. You never know what you're missing till you don't have it.
Robyn: You don't know Aunt Figg. She seems sweet, but underneath, she's mean, real mean.
Jerry: Aw, come on. I'll bet she's frantic looking for you.
Tom: Oh, sure. She's crying her eyes out for you right this minute.

Lickboot: [discussing Robyn Starling] Just pray the police find her, or we're doomed to return to the ranks of the peasantry. And you'd better hope this rumor that dashing Daddy Starling may have survived the avalanche is just a rumor, or we'll be worse than ordinary. We'll be...
Figg: Don't say it!
Lickboot: Poor.
Figg: Penniless!
Lickboot: Bankrupt!
Figg: No more m-money?
Lickboot: [in a sinister tone] We've got to have... money!

[Tom and Jerry have just told Robyn that her father is alive.]
Robyn: He's alive? My daddy's alive? I've got to go find him. [Opens her drawer] He might be hurt. [Pulls out clothing and throws them aside] I’m sure he needs me. It’ll be cold in Tibet.
[As Robyn throws the clothing out of the drawer, a sock flies into Jerry's face. As Robyn puts on a raincoat, Jerry removes the sock. A hat lands on Tom's head.]
Robyn: [Takes the hat off Tom's head and puts it on her own head] I better wear a hat.
Jerry: Tibet?
Robyn: [Sits on the bed to pull up her sock] If that's where my daddy is, that's where I'm going. [Gets up and goes to the edge of the bed]
Tom: Do you have any idea where Tibet is?
Robyn: No.
[Robyn pulls the bedsheets off the bed.]
Jerry: It's– It's way, way, way out there.
Robyn: Put your finger here, please.
[Tom puts his finger on the knot, allowing Robyn to tie the line to the bed post.]
Tom: [Pulls out his finger] It's– It's across the river.
Jerry: Into the woods.
Tom: Over the hills.
Jerry: It's past Cleveland.
Robyn: [Picks up the bedsheets] Here, Tom. [Throws Tom the line of bedsheets. Tom catches them] Throw this end out the window.
[Tom makes his way over to the window. He opens it and drops the line of bedsheets down the front of the house. Robyn puts on her backpack. She looks down to the ground, then climbs down the line. Robyn lands on the ground. Tom and Jerry look down from the window.]
Robyn: Tom, hurry!
[Tom starts to climb down the line. Jerry hops onto his paws.]
Jerry: Down, please.
Tom: I'll give you down.
[Tom grabs Jerry. Jerry points down. Tom looks down and realizes he has let go of the line. Tom and Jerry fall to the ground. Figg wakes up, turns on the lamp, and removes her sleeping eye pieces. She sees the line of bedsheets hanging outside her window.]
Aunt Pristine Figg: She's escaped again! I've got to call Lickboot. [Picks up her phone]

[Daddy Starling speaks into a radio while flying his helicopter.]
Man on radio: Your daughter has run away, and no one knows where she is.
Daddy Starling: What? My daughter's run away? If Robyn's in trouble, there's only one place she'll go.
[Daddy Starling turns the helicopter around and flies back to find Robyn.]


  • The world's most famous cat and mouse in their first motion picture.
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  • Welcome to the 90's. The Cold War is over. Western Europe is unified. The whole world is a kindler, gentler place to be. Well... almost.


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