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"Sufferin' Cats!" (fragment), is a 1943 American one-reel animated cartoon is the 9th Tom and Jerry short. It was produced in Technicolor and released to theatres on January 16, 1943 by Metro-Goldwyn Mayer and re-released on June 4, 1949 as a reissued version. This is the final cartoon to have Clarence Nash to do meows and screeches for any MGM cat character, including Tom Cat. After this, Tom or any other MGM cat character would just yelp in pain whenever they get hurt. Tom's yelps were done by creator William Hanna. In the short's original release, the original opening theme was "Runnin' Wild", as heard in Tex Avery's Red Hot Riding Hood. It was replaced by the later Tom and Jerry theme on re-issue. On the re-issue, the animators are credited, but on the original, only William Hanna and Joseph Barbera are credited. Interesting facts: In this series, first appeared friend at the same time opponent Tom - a hefty cat Meathead. In the next series Meathead has been without a wig-lining. This 5 series, in which the mouse Jerry wins. William Hanna as Tom and Meathead's yelps. Harry E. Lang as Tom's devil. Clarence Nash as Tom and Meathead's meows and screeches (Note: Final performance at MGM. After this, Nash would continue voicing Donald Duck until his death in 1985.)

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