"Trap Happy" (fragment), is a 1946 American one-reel animated cartoon and is the 25th Tom and Jerry short directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera and produced by Fred Quimby. It was animated by Ed Barge, Kenneth Muse, Michael Lah, Ray Patterson and Pete Burness. The music was composed by Scott Bradley. It was released to theaters on June 29, 1946 and is one of Tom and Jerry's more violent cartoons. The name of this cartoon is a pun on the term Slap happy. Interesting facts: This episode is a rare case when Tom says. Butch replaces the word "Mouse" to "Cat". Now he a fighter cats. But he after all itself a cat. On some syndicated TV prints the scene where Butch accidentally misses Jerry and chops off Tom's tail with an axe was cut. William Hanna as Tom's and Butch's yelping (uncredited)
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Trap Happy is a 1946 entry of the classic series' Hanna-Barbera era. The name is a pun on the...