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tomarmstrong14's spoof crossover of Victor and Hugo

Cast

  • Tom the Jerry as Victor
  • Scuttlebutt the Mouse as Hugo

Crew

  • Written by: Brian Trueman and Jimmy Hibbert
  • Original Music by: Dave Roylance
  • Designers: Andy Roper, Jon Doyle, Paul Salmon, Stephen Simpson and Jez Hall
  • Supervised by: Tomarmstrong14
  • Layouts: José Maria Zumel, Ricardo Machuca, Miguel Angel Aisa, Tom Bailey, Ted Pettengell, Neil Graham and Trevor Ricketts
  • Colour Models: Bruce McNally, Carol A. Hughes and John Martin
  • Storyboards: Jaime Diaz Studios, Dan Whitworth, Andy Janes, Wayne Thomas, Harold Whitaker, Dino Athanassiou, Bruce McNally, Keith Scoble, John Offord, Andy Roper, Vincent James, Jean Flynn, Jez Hall, Mike Whaite, Billy Allison, John Martin and Gregory Tiernan
  • Special Effects: Carlos Alfonso
  • Backgrounds: Milagros Banares, Conchi Echare, Roberto Garcia, Miguel Angel Gil, David Jariaz and Higashi Taruma
  • Supervised by: Tomarmstrong14
  • Key Animators: Mariano Rueda, Luis Varela, Eduard Sasu, Francisco Tena, Bujor Stefanescu, Angel Jariego, Valentin Cain, Fernando Jariego, Manuel G. Galiana, Pedro Delgado, Carmen Sanchez, Pedro Jorge Gil, Ignacio Amero, Sergio Alfonso, Valentin Domenech, Angel Garcia, Vicente Rodriguez, Jose Luis Torres, Paca Morena, Manuel Sirgo, Maria Elena Marquez, Baltasar Pedrosa, Pedro Jose Molina, Fernando Gallart and Juan Antonio Serrano
  • Animation: Tomarmstrong14
  • Checkers: Carmen G. Sangrador and Maribel Lopez
  • Colourist: Joan Jones
  • Cel Painters: Carmen G. Sangrador, Angeles Vacas, Maribel Lopez, Marimar Fernandez, Loli Pina, Marta Vegue, Susana Diez, Asuncion Tomas, Maria Jose Alvarez, Evelia Rodriguez, Julia Garcia, Angeles Sanz, Maite Garcia, Antonia Ucar, Tere Diego, Ana de la Guerra, Elvira Hernandez, Concha Calabuig, Elena Garcia, Mari Carmen Rivas, Herminia Burgaleta, Pilar Quesada and Maria Dolores Torres
  • Xerox: Alex Alphonso, Jose Luis Aisa, Marta Rodriguez, Julio Angel Garcia and Agustin Sepulveda
  • Camera: Victorio Gonzalez and Guillermon Rodriguez
  • Video Line Test: Eva Maria Montera
  • Film Editor: Leo Casserly
  • Sound Effects Editor: Bob Ashton
  • Dubbing Mixer: John Wood
  • Music Coordinator: John Merrifield
  • Digital Dub Editors: Darren Cox and Simon Hall
  • Animation Director: Carlos Alfonso
  • Pre-Production Coordinator: Ed Williams
  • Production Controller: Julio Diez
  • Post Production Manager: Chris Phillips
  • Executive Producer: John Hambley
  • Directed by: Tomarmstrong14
  • Produced by: Tomarmstrong14
  • Edited By: Tomarmstrong14

Tom and Scuttlebutt Episodes

Season One:

  • Pando-Monium! - First broadcast: 6 September 1991
  • Spacial Event - First broadcast: 13 September 1991
  • Water Boobies - First broadcast: 20 September 1991
  • Cowboys and Indiscipline - First broadcast: 27 September 1991
  • Hyp-Not-Isn't - First broadcast: 18 October 1991
  • Auto-Manic Transmission - First broadcast: 25 October 1991
  • The Hole Truth and Nothing... - First broadcast: 1 November 1991
  • The Case of the Vose Vase - First broadcast: 8 November 1991
  • Dummy Run - First broadcast: 15 November 1991
  • Scout's Dishonour - First broadcast: 22 November 1991
  • Escort Red-Handed - First broadcast: 29 November 1991
  • Private Ears - First broadcast: 6 December 1991
  • Blunder on the Orient Express - First broadcast: 13 December 1991

Season Two:

  1. Acting the Goat - First broadcast: 11 September 1992
  2. Artful Dodgers - First broadcast: 18 September 1992
  3. Is There a Doctor in the House? - First broadcast: 25 September 1992
  4. Woof and Tumble - First broadcast: 2 October 1992
  5. Treasure Haunt - First broadcast: 9 October 1992
  6. Tempers Fugit - First broadcast: 16 October 1992
  7. French Exchange - First broadcast: 23 October 1992
  8. The Poultry-Geist - First broadcast: 30 October 1992
  9. Jester Moment - First broadcast: 6 November 1992
  10. Stone Me! - First broadcast: 13 November 1992
  11. Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Dolt - First broadcast: 20 November 1992
  12. Pie in the Sky - First broadcast: 27 November 1992
  13. Unstable Fable - First broadcast: 4 December 1992
  14. The Hound of the Hobbes-Sutclyffes - First broadcast: 11 December 1992
  15. Yule Be Sorry - First broadcast: 18 December 1992
  16. But Me No Butlers - First broadcast: 24 December 1992
  17. Do-in Yourself - First broadcast: 29 December 1992

Clip Used

  • Tom and Jerry - (C) API TV Cartoons/MGM
  • Tom and Jerry the movie - (C) Film Roman/MGM
  • Tom and Jerry - (C) Terry Toons/MGM
  • Tom and Jerry - (C) Gene Deitch/MGM
  • Tom and Jerry - (C) Chuck Jones/MGM
  • Tom and Jerry - (C) Hanna Barbera/MGM
  • Tom and Jerry - (C) Hanna Barbera
  • Tom and Jerry - (C) Filmation
  • Tom and Jerry - (C) Kids WB
  • Tom and Jerry - (C) MGM
  • Tom and Jerry - (C) Walt Disney Cartoons
  • Tom and Jerry - (C) Walt Disney
  • Fievel - Partes 12de4 - (C) Universal for Canal 9
  • Fievel - Partes 34de4 - (C) Universal for TVE 1
  • Fievel Series - (C) Nelvana/Universal Studios
  • Scuttlebutt Field Trip - (C) Nelvana/Universal Studios
  • Audio - (C) a Cosgrove-Hall Cartoon

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