Sleepy-Time Tom

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Overview

Tom has been out late carousing with his chums. When he gets home, a slimmed-down Mammy won't take any excuses, and insists he stay awake; Jerry, overhearing, thus tries a number of schemes to get Tom to sleep. Not that he has to push hard; Tom tries drinking a giant pot of coffee, then keeping his eyes open with toothpicks and tape, and finally gives up and paints eyes on his lids. This fools Mammy, but not Jerry, who erects a series of Burma-Shave style signs leading Tom into the nice comfy bed, where Mammy discovers him and tosses him out just as his pals happen by for another night on the town.

Movie Data

Facts

Status Released

Original Language English

Runtime 0h 7m

Budget -

Revenue -

Homepage -

Release Information

  • May 26, 1951
    G, Theatrical

Genres

Keywords

Cast 3

  1. Lillian Randolph

    Lillian Randolph
    Mammy Two-Shoes

  2. Daws Butler

    Daws Butler
    One of Tom's Drunken Friends

  3. Paul Frees

    Paul Frees
    Light-Brown Cat

Crew 10

Directing

  1. William Hanna

    William Hanna
    Director

  2. Joseph Barbera

    Joseph Barbera
    Director

Production

  1. Fred Quimby

    Fred Quimby
    Producer

Sound

  1. Scott Bradley

    Scott Bradley
    Original Music Composer

Visual Effects

  1. EB

    Ed Barge
    Animation

  2. Kenneth Muse

    Kenneth Muse
    Animation

  3. IS

    Irven Spence
    Animation

  4. Ray Patterson

    Ray Patterson
    Animation

Writing

  1. William Hanna
  2. Joseph Barbera

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