Tom and Jerry: The Movie is a 1992
Tom and Jerry: The Movie is a 1992 American animated musical film directed by Phil Roman, and produced by Film Roman and Turner Pictures. It is a film adaptation of the Tom and Jerry series of theatrical shorts.
It was the first Tom and Jerry feature-length film, and the only one to be theatrically released worldwide (not counting the later direct-to-video film, The Fast and the Furry which was theatrically released only in select U.S. cities by Kidtoon Films), although it was announced that a live-action/CGI hybrid theatrical reboot film depicting the duo's origins was officially said to be put in development stages and it would be distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures.
It also served as a comeback to the silver screen for the pair after a 34-year absence from film. Tom and Jerry creator Joseph Barbera served as creative consultant.
Tom and Jerry (Richard Kind and Dana Hill) are together with their owners as they are about to move to a new home. The moving van is at their old house...