Tot Watchers is a 1958 one-reel animated Tom and Jerry short, produced and directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera with music by Scott Bradley. The short was released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer on August 1, 1958. It is the last Tom and Jerry theatrical cartoon produced or directed by Hanna and Barbera during the Golden Age of Hollywood animation.
- [last lines of the final cartoon]
- Police Officer: Gotcha, ya babynappers. A baby crawlin' down the street?! Now who would be after believin' that!
- [Just then, to their surprise, the baby crawls past the police car and away into the distance, as the cartoon ends]
- Janet Waldo as Jeannie and Joan.
- Daws Butler as Spike. (uncredited)
- Bill Thompson as Police Officer.
- This features the final appearances of George and Joan and her baby. This also marks the final appearance of Jeannie, who was hated by fans due to her character often bordering on neglecting her job as a babysitter.
- Joan's husband George is absent in this cartoon.
- This marks the last of a few things:
- The final Tom and Jerry cartoon to be produced in Cinemascope as the Gene Deitch and Chuck Jones era returned to the Academy format used from 1940-1955.
- The final Tom and Jerry production to be produced in Widescreen until Tom and Jerry: Blast Off to Mars.
- The last episode to use the Classic MGM sound effects until the Chuck Jones cartoon, Ah, Sweet Mouse-Story of Life.