A laughing Tom ended up aghast as he comically reaches out of the television screen, and pulls out Tom's last whisker as Pecos gets to the finale of his performance. This process takes no more than a few hours and we'll Uncle Pecos asks Jerry if he has a guitar string, but Jerry shakes his head negatively. The cartoon was also the last Tom and Jerry cartoon produced in Academy format; all subsequent Tom and Jerry cartoons of the Hanna-Barbera era were released in CinemaScope format. Technicolor https://tomandjerry.fandom.com/wiki/Pecos_Pest?oldid=115643, Scenes from this cartoon, particularly ones where Uncle Pecos detaches Tom's whiskers for his guitar, were shown in the 2014. Pecos then invites Jerry out to listen to his encore. A one shot character who appeared in a Batman story in the pre-Crisis universe. Pecos Pest Pecos Pest was directed by Hanna and Barbera, and was the last Tom and Jerry cartoon released to be produced by Fred Quimby before he went into retirement. You can search for Color Process Pecos grabs a third whisker from Tom Cat despite Tom's best efforts of self-defence, but it snaps upon being tuned. Jerry escapes into his mousehole, but accidentally bangs his uncle's head on the wall just above the mousehole while doing so. Jerry receives a telegram from his Uncle Pecos, and soon Uncle Pecos arrives. Uncle Pecos then thanks the cat for his "service" and Tom is confused. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. © 2020 GAMESPOT, A RED VENTURES COMPANY. Tom then steps outside of the closet and enjoys the music Pecos generates until the snap of a string is heard. Comic Vine users. Tom frantically looks for somewhere to hide as Pecos searches for him, and Pecos soon plucks off Tom's fourth whisker. Animation By Character » Tom dashes in panic into a nearby closet and slams the door shut. On the next day, Tom and Jerry watch his performance in their living room on TV. William HannaJoseph Barbera Story By Tom, not wanting to be a cat without whiskers, flees in panic. Pecos Pest is the 96th one-reel animated Tom and Jerry short, created in 1955 directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera scored by Scott Bradley and released in theaters on November 11, 1955 by Metro Goldwyn Mayer. Enter the URL for the tweet you want to embed. The show, which starred George Perry as The Old Rebel, ran on WFMY from 1952 to 1976. Directed By This edit will also create new pages on Comic Vine for: Until you earn 1000 points all your submissions need to be vetted by other Music By Produced by November 11, 1955 He then walks up and plucks a whisker off the cat's head, startling him awake and out of sleep. Tom becomes noticeable when the door broke into pieces. Batman #99 - The Phantom of the Bat-Cave. Tom then heads for the bathroom to look in the mirror when Pecos again strolls up to the cat and plucks a second whisker out from him after the first one snaps. Preceded By Distributed By Pecos Pest is the 96th one-reel animated Tom and Jerry short, created in 1955 directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera scored by Scott Bradley and released in theaters on November 11, 1955 by Metro Goldwyn Mayer.. Pecos Pest was directed by Hanna and Barbera, and was the last Tom and Jerry cartoon released to be produced by Fred Quimby before he went into retirement. Jerry quickly drags Uncle Pecos inside before Tom can get him. Kenneth MuseEd BargeIrven SpenceRay PattersonLewis Marshall (uncredited) send you an email once approved. He hides near a door and Pecos opens the door such that it turns back and hits Tom very hard, resulting in the door to break into pieces. Tom and Jerry Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. Release Date Pecos plays more of his song until the whisker breaks. Fortunately, Pecos has left for his performance. Tom shrieks and retreats back inside the closet again, but Pecos attacks the door with an axe and saying that Tom knows that Pecos cannot perform without a guitar string, Tom finally surrenders with a white flag and then plucks his fifth whisker for Pecos as a sacrifice to keep him away. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. That's My Mommy Pecos soon finds him, and tries to reason with the cat that he needs one of his whiskers to fix his guitar and also asking him to stay still, but Tom is intransigent in protecting his whiskers and tries to keep Jerry's uncle at bay. A shocked Jerry then comes to the rescue just in the nick of time, and quickly carries his reckless uncle away from Tom to his mousehole, all the while Pecos plays on his guitar with Tom in hot-pursuit. Uncle Pecos and his music were performed (uncredited) by Shug Fisher. Scott Bradley It was animated by Ed Barge, Irven Spence, Lewis Marshall and Kenneth Muse with backgrounds by Robert Gentle. Pecos pokes his head out and spots a sleeping Tom, with whiskers that he can use to fix his guitar. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pecos Pete Character » Pecos Pete appears in 1 issues . Followed By Pecos Pete appears in 1 issues. any Comic Vine content. William HannaJoseph Barbera Fred Quimby Smarty Cat Pecos starts his performance, but while he is playing the guitar, the guitar's string snaps again. The mustached mouse (who stutters in a fashion similar to Porky Pig) gives Jerry a performance on his guitar, playing his new song, "Crambone" (his variation of the song "Frog Went A-Courting"), but his guitar string breaks.