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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (May 2008) Little School Mouse Tom and Jerry series The title card of Little School Mouse Directed by William Hanna Joseph Barbera Produced by Fred Quimby Story by William Hanna Joseph Barbera Music by Scott Bradley Animation by Irven Spence Ed Barge Backgrounds by Robert Gentle Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Release date(s) May 29, 1954 Color process Technicolor Running time 7 minutes 50 seconds Language English Preceded by Hic-cup Pup Followed by Baby Butch Little School Mouse is the 83rd one-reel animated Tom and Jerry short, created in 1952 directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera and produced by Fred Quimby with music by Scott Bradley. The cartoon was animated by Irven Spence and Ed Barge, with backgrounds by Robert Gentle, and released on May 29, 1954 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Little School Mouse is essentially Professor Tom with the roles reversed, with Jerry trying (and failing) to instruct Tuffy in cat evasion with Tuffy befriending Tom, just as how Tom tried (and failed) to instruct Topsy in how to catch mice in Professor Tom with Jerry befriending Topsy. Plot This article's plot summary may be too long or excessively detailed. Please help improve it by removing unnecessary details and making it more concise. (February 2010) The story opens with Jerry's diploma that qualifies Jerry to teach mice how to outwit cats. Tuffy is the only student at Jerry's school. However, Jerry is late. He is startled by the sound of Jerry being chased around the room outside the hole by Tom. Finally, Jerry reaches the hole, slamming the door shut behind him. He heaves a sigh of relief and straightens both his framed diploma on the wall and his necktie. Jerry begins teaching Tuffy the basics of outwitting a cat by way of a couple of cartoon strips on the chalkboard. The first one demonstrates how the cat chases the mouse and, if he catches the mouse, will eat him. Tuffy begins to cry. Jerry directs his attention to the other picture sequence, which shows the mouse reaching his hole and the cat saying "bad words." Tuffy laughs. For the next lesson, Jerry shows Tuffy an imitation cat's paw in front of a mousehole facade. He demonstrates the procedure and Tuffy goes into the hole, where he makes a show of looking for danger, walks straight out of the hole and ends up walking on the spot with his tail getting caught in the cat's paw. Jerry isn't pleased, so he has Tuffy work the cat's paw while he gives another demonstration. Tuffy winds the crank with such enthusiasm that Jerry can't get away and ends up flat on the floor like a carpet before the little mouse realises what he's doing. He looks under the paw and twinges with embarrassment, then rushes into the classroom and puts up a CLASS DISMISSED sign. However, as he is leaving the mousehole, he is caught by Jerry by the diaper. Tuffy immediately retreats to the stool in the corner and dons the dunce's cap. Following a lesson book, the mice are hidden behind a sofa, as Jerry attempts to show Tuffy how to pluck a whisker from the cat without waking him up. Using the furniture and the rug as cover, he succeeds in obtaining one of Tom's whiskers (without awakening him) and makes it back to the sofa to show Tuffy. To Jerry's annoyance, Tuffy approaches Tom directly, instead of stealthily. His annoyance quickly turns to horror when his young charge returns not only with a whisker, but with a very bemused Tom still attached. Jerry grabs Tuffy and flees back to the hole. Tuffy reaches the hole first and slams the door in Jerry's face. Jerry frantically bangs for him to let him in. Tuffy finally opens the door again, but by then, Tom has beaten up Jerry, who tumbles in with a black eye and wearing the lesson book around his neck. Later on, Jerry demonstrates the next lesson in the (now-intact) book: how to obtain cheese without waking the cat. Using the blinds as an elevator, a cup and spoon as a rowboat, and a broom as a slide, he succeeds in climbing onto the countertop and reaching a plate with some cheese on it, but narrowly avoids waking Tom when he drops his piece of cheese on his head. Acting quickly, he pulls Tom's eyes shut and soothes him back to sleep. Once back at the hole, Jerry shows his prize to Tuffy before eating it. The little mouse goes out himself and looks up at the plate of cheese on the countertop and then wakes Tom, who looks at him sleepily and helpfully gives him the cheese, too tired to begin a chase. Jerry is dumbfounded as Tuffy returns with the whole cheese, shows it off, and swallows the whole lot at once, causing his stomach to assume a large wedge shape. In a last effort, Jerry tries to teach Tuffy how to bell the cat. By now, Tom is waiting for him, but fakes being asleep. Playing along with Jerry as he ties on the bell, he even conveniently lifts his head up and puts a finger on the knot as Jerry ties it. Jerry signals his thanks before realising his folly and flees. Tom catches him easily, proceeds to beat him up again and Jerry later makes it back to the hole with the string and bell wound many times around his neck. Tuffy is holding a package wrapped as a present. Tuffy looks out nervously and gulps. He cautiously approaches Tom, who is now fully awake and grumpy and offers him the present. Tom opens it and finds it to be a bell on a string. Delighted at the gift, he gestures to Tuffy, asking if it is really for him. Tuffy smiles and nods repeatedly. Tom puts the bell on himself and thanks Tuffy by gently patting him on the head. Jerry, having ultimately failed, storms off in disgust and throws his diploma in the trash. At the end of the cartoon, Tuffy is teaching the class. He points to the board, which reads, "Cats And Mice Should Be Friends." Jerry, who is now the pupil and wearing the dunce cap, angrily shakes his head. Tom is ringing his bell and sitting next to Jerry. By contrast, Tom nods his head enthusiastically at the idea. He removes Jerry's dunce cap and kisses his head much to Jerry's chagrin. v · d · eThe Hanna–Barbera's Tom and Jerry shorts 1940 Puss Gets the Boot (001) 1941 The Midnight Snack (002) · The Night Before Christmas (003) 1942 Fraidy Cat (004) · Dog Trouble (005) · Puss n' Toots (006) · The Bowling Alley Cat (007) · Fine Feathered Friend (008) 1943 Sufferin' Cats! (009) · The Lonesome Mouse (010) · The Yankee Doodle Mouse (011) · Baby Puss (012) 1944 The Zoot Cat (013) · The Million Dollar Cat (014) · The Bodyguard (015) · Puttin' on the Dog (016) · Mouse Trouble (017) 1945 The Mouse Comes to Dinner (018) · Mouse in Manhattan (019) · Tee for Two (020) · Flirty Birdy (021) · Quiet Please! (022) 1946 Springtime for Thomas (023) · The Milky Waif (024) · Trap Happy (025) · Solid Serenade (026) 1947 Cat Fishin' (027) · Part Time Pal (028) · The Cat Concerto (029) · Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Mouse (030) · Salt Water Tabby (031) · A Mouse in the House (032) · The Invisible Mouse (033) 1948 Kitty Foiled (034) · The Truce Hurts (035) · Old Rockin' Chair Tom (036) · Professor Tom (037) · Mouse Cleaning (038) 1949 Polka-Dot Puss (039) · The Little Orphan (040) · Hatch Up Your Troubles (041) · Heavenly Puss (042) · The Cat and the Mermouse (043) · Love That Pup (044) · Jerry's Diary (045) · Tennis Chumps (046) 1950 Little Quacker (047) · Saturday Evening Puss (048) · Texas Tom (049) · Jerry and the Lion (050) · Safety Second (051) · Tom and Jerry in the Hollywood Bowl (052) · The Framed Cat (053) · Cue Ball Cat (054) 1951 Casanova Cat (055) · Jerry and the Goldfish (056) · Jerry's Cousin (057) · Sleepy-Time Tom (058) · His Mouse Friday (059) · Slicked-up Pup (060) · Nit-Witty Kitty (061) · Cat Napping (062) 1952 The Flying Cat (063) · The Duck Doctor (064) · The Two Mouseketeers (065) · Smitten Kitten (066) · Triplet Trouble (067) · Little Runaway (068) · Fit to Be Tied (069) · Push-Button Kitty (070) · Cruise Cat (071) · The Dog House (072) 1953 The Missing Mouse (073) · Jerry and Jumbo (074) · Johann Mouse (075) · That's My Pup! (076) · Just Ducky (077) · Two Little Indians (078) · Life with Tom (079) 1954 Puppy Tale (080) · Posse Cat (081) · Hic-cup Pup (082) · Little School Mouse (083) · Baby Butch (084) · Mice Follies (085) · Neapolitan Mouse (086) · Downhearted Duckling (087) · Pet Peeve (088) · Touché, Pussy Cat! (089) 1955 Southbound Duckling (090) · Pup on a Picnic (091) · Mouse for Sale (092) · Designs on Jerry (093) · Tom and Chérie (094) · Smarty Cat (095) · Pecos Pest (096) · That's My Mommy (097) 1956 The Flying Sorceress (098) · The Egg and Jerry (099) · Busy Buddies (100) · Muscle Beach Tom (101) · Down Beat Bear (102) · Blue Cat Blues (103) · Barbecue Brawl (104) 1957 Tops with Pops (105) · Timid Tabby (106) · Feedin' the Kiddie (107) · Mucho Mouse (108) · Tom's Photo Finish (109) 1958 Happy Go Ducky (110) · Royal Cat Nap (111) · The Vanishing Duck (112) · Robin Hoodwinked (113) · Tot Watchers (114) 2005 The Karate Guard (162) Spin-off Give and Tyke (Spike and Tyke) · Scat Cats (Spike and Tyke) See also: The Gene Deitch Tom and Jerry shorts (1961–1962) and The Chuck Jones Tom and Jerry shorts (1963–1967)