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Sci-Fi Dine In question

Discussion in 'Archive' started by dtats, Mar 23, 2005.

  1. dtats

    dtats Member

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    Does anyone know the name of the Tom & Jerry cartoon short that is played during the movie presentation inside the Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant?

    I know there are at least two cartoon shorts played in the video loop, one being Tex Avery's "The Cat Who Hated People," while the other--the one I'm referring to in my question-- is perhaps a Tom & Jerry cartoon (at least, I think it is because the intro music to this cartoon, heard in the loop for this restaurant, sounds a lot like the standard Tom & Jerry intro music).

    Although I've dined there once before, I never saw the cartoon, but I've heard it since in the Sci-Fi Dine-In audio loop (and it's bugging the heck out of me that I can't identify it!) ???

    Thanks,
    Mike
     
  2. X-S Tech

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    Can only confirm that it IS a tom and jerry but don't know the title.
     
  3. dtats

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    Thanks, X-S; at least knowing that it is, in fact, a Tom & Jerry cartoon helps!

    I'd love to recreate this video loop, but finding all the components is probably next to impossible, and although I always enjoy the thrill of capturing theme-park experiences with my camcorder (sometimes to the dismay of castmembers, who have more frequently tried to discourage me from doing so), I'm not sure when I'll be going down again, and when there, if I'll have the opportunity. So, unless a master copy falls out of the ugly white stucco ceiling onto my lap and/or keyboard, I'd settle with at least being able to collect some of the material used in the loop.

    I've got a copy of "The Cat That Hated People" (a funny, but strange cartoon), and also a few of the trailers (Attack of the 50 ft. Woman, "The Giant Gila Monster), but the Tom & Jerry cartoon remains elusive...

    Yet another mystery to solve...

    Thanks!
    Mike
     

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