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Butch
Tom and Jerry character
First appearanceThe Alley Cat (early version)
July 5, 1941
Baby Puss (official version)
December 25, 1943
Created byHugh Harman (early version)
William Hanna (official version)
Joseph Barbera (official version)
Voiced byEnglish
Clarence Nash (1941, 1945)
Harry E. Lang (1941–1943)
William Hanna (1946-1948; 1950-1954)
Frank Graham (1946)
Dick Nelson (1946)
Daws Butler (1955–1957)
Mel Blanc (1965)
Alan Marriott (2000)
Marc Silk (2002)
Maurice LaMarche (2002)
Tony Cervone (2005)
Colin Murdock (2006–2008)
Joey D'Auria (2014–present)
Spanish
Víctor Mares Jr.
Portuguese
Mauro Ramos
Japanese
Tomohiro Nishimura
Information
SpeciesFeral cat
GenderMale

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Butch (formerly known as Tom in working name) is a fictional character from the Tom and Jerry series of theatrical cartoon short films by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Originally created by Hugh Harman, Butch is an alley cat with black fur who first appeared in the 1941 MGM animated short The Alley Cat. His first official appearance in the Tom and Jerry series was in 1943's Baby Puss, alongside Topsy and the already-established Meathead. His name changed to Butch to avoid confused with Tom.[1]

Featured shorts[edit]

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer cartoon studio[edit]

  • The Alley Cat (1941)

Hanna-Barbera/Chuck Jones Tom and Jerry shorts[edit]

  • Baby Puss (1943)
  • Mouse in Manhattan (1945; cameo appearance)
  • Springtime for Thomas (1946)
  • Trap Happy (1946)
  • A Mouse in the House (1947)
  • The Truce Hurts (1948; cameo appearance)
  • Heavenly Puss (1949; cameo appearance)
  • Tennis Chumps (1949)
  • Saturday Evening Puss (1950)
  • Casanova Cat (1951)
  • Jerry's Cousin (1951; cameo appearance)
  • Sleepy-Time Tom (1951)
  • Life with Tom (1953; cameo appearance)
  • Baby Butch (1954)
  • Smarty Cat (1955)
  • Muscle Beach Tom (1956)
  • Blue Cat Blues (1956)
  • The Brothers Carry-Mouse-Off (1965; cameo appearance, gray fur)

Spike and Tyke shorts[edit]

  • Scat Cats (1957)

Turner Entertainment/Warner Bros. Animation shorts[edit]

  • The Mansion Cat (2001; archive footage)
  • The Karate Guard (2005)

Tom and Jerry Tales[edit]

  • Polar Peril
  • City Dump Chumps
  • Beach Bully Bingo
  • Jackhammered Cat
  • Tom Cat, Superstar
  • Power Tom
  • Over the River and Boo the Woods
  • League of Cats
  • 24 Karat Kat
  • Catfish Follies

Voice actors[edit]

  • Clarence Nash (1941; 1945)
  • Harry E. Lang (1941–1943)
  • William Hanna (1946-1948; 1950-1954; occasionally uses Tom's archived trademark screams; uncredited)
  • Frank Graham (1946)
  • Dick Nelson (1946)
  • Daws Butler (1955–1957)
  • Mel Blanc (1965)
  • Alan Marriott (2000)
  • Marc Silk (2002)
  • Maurice LaMarche (2002)
  • Tony Cervone (2005)
  • Colin Murdock (2006–2008)
  • Joey D'Auria (2014–present)

See also[edit]

  • Butch (animated character)

References[edit]

  1. "Tralfaz: MGM's Other Tom Cat". Tralfaz. 27 May 2013. Retrieved 2 January 2020.


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