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Where to buy Tom and Jerry DVDs

Tom and Jerry are, without a doubt, the most famous cat and mouse duo in show-business and their crazy capers are part of many people's childhood. If you're looking to recapture your lost youth, or want your kids to benefit from the classic cartoon comedy of Tom and Jerry, then you obviously want to know where you can get your hands on Tom and Jerry cartoon DVDs. Read this article to find out where to buy Tom and Jerry DVDs.

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Tom and Jerry complete classic collection: Volumes one to six
True fans of Tom and Jerry will want the classic collection which boasts of almost nine hours of cat and mouse comedy capers. Featuring many of the favourite Tom and Jerry shows, this DVD includes cartoon shorts such as "Dr Jekyll and Mr Mouse", and "The Cat Concerto". This collection presents some of the top Fred Quimby's classics and also features favourite Tom and Jerry songs. You can buy the complete six-volume classic collection for just £22.89 from Base.com. This fabulous offer includes free shipping in the UK and will save you an impressive £17.10 on the recommended retail price of £39.99. Tom and Jerry movies If you liked Tom and Jerry videos as a child, you'll love the full length Tom and Jerry movies available from Amazon.co.uk. Favourite Tom and Jerry feature films include "The Magic Ring" which was released in 2003. A region two (UK and Europe) version of "The Magic Ring" can be purchased from Amazon.co.uk for just £3.93. However, if you keep checking back, you might manage to get it for cheap prices from Amazon Marketplace sellers. Other nice Tom and Jerry movie DVDs available at Amazon.co.uk include "Fast and Furry" and "Blast Off to Mars."

Online outlets

Tom and Jerry tales If you're looking to buy sought-after Tom and Jerry DVDs online, then head to Overstock.com where you'll find some of the best cartoons on DVD at affordable prices. Top choices from Overstock.com include the Tom and Jerry Tales Collection. Featuring an impressive six volumes of classic Tom and Jerry adventures, the Tom and Jerry Tales Collection is unmissable viewing for any cartoon junkie. You can buy Tom and Jerry tales, volume five from Overstock.com for just £3.96. *Prices are correct as of 20.08.11

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