Tom and Jerry 2x5

Safety Second

Safety Second is a 1950 one-reel animated cartoon and is the 51st Tom and Jerry short directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera and produced by Fred Quimby. The working title for this cartoon was F’r Safety Sake before Hanna and Barbera finally settled for Safety Second. The short was animated by Ray Patterson, Ed Barge, Kenneth Muse, Irven Spence and Al Grandmain, scored by Scott Bradley and released on July 4, 1950, just in time for the American Independence Day celebrations of that year. The title is pun on the phrase Safety First!

Plot: The cartoon short begins with Jerry and Nibbles asleep in their beds. Jerry looks at his calendar and seeing it’s the Fourth of July, he wakes up Nibbles. He instantly brings out firecrackers, but Jerry puts them back into the shed. The mouse gives his calendar a look again and sees his daily quotation: “Make it safe and sane”. Jerry and Nibbles then go outside and enjoy their holiday with noisemakers with Jerry showing him it’s still the Fourth of July without fireworks. before Nibbles lights a firework from his diaper. Jerry grabs it away and then fails to throw it off before the firecracker explodes on him. Jerry then holds out his hand as if to say, “Give me the rest of them.” Nibbles hands him another tiny firework from his diaper and smiles before dashing away. Seeing through this, Jerry then picks up Nibbles and turns him upside down, and he finds that Nibbles had a sizable amount of fireworks hidden in his diaper. As if he punished Nibbles, Jerry gets him to stand in one of the corner, but no sooner does Nibbles repeat his transgression with a firework under the bed before leaving, and Jerry is again blown up by the dynamite before he can toss it out of his front door. Nibbles then hides under his sheets.

Tom And Jerry: 2×5
Jul. 01, 1950
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