Tom and Jerry Cartoon Fishing Tom and Jerry New Cartoon .Tom’s attempts and Jerry’s cleverness made the story very interesting for kids. Tom keeps on trying to capture Jerry whereas Jerry escapes because of its cunning and intelligent tricks. Moreover, Tom left no stone unturned to harm Jerry such as using explosive materials, poison and use of hammers and axes. However, all in vain, Jerry also hit back in a clever way by shutting Tom’s head in a door; stuffing his tail in iron; getting him electrocuted and used many tricks. Along with the children, elders are also amused and enjoyed this hide and seek between them. The Tom and Jerry Urdu cartoon in urdu is a series of episodes which have been created for children to enjoy. This cartoon program has been the top priority of kids all over the world. So dear kids, Kidstv.pk has made it possible for you watching your favorite Tom and Jerry cartoon online.In the first episode of the series Tom was actually named “Jasper.” It wasn’t until the second picture, and after a studio naming competition, that Tom and Jerry were born. Notice here in 1941’s “The Midnight Snack” how much more detail there is in Tom. He is hairier, has 3 whiskers and usually is more catlike, running on all fours.This shot from 1950’s “Cueball Cat” shows us “Classic Tom.” Down to two whiskers, little hairy projections, two white brest bumps instead of the older three, and the fine sharp line drawing. This is what most of us remember when they think of Tom.Here in 1955’s “That’s My Mommy” Tom has gotten darker and the line drawing is 3 times thicker. Easier to paint and animate but poorer quality. TV was really taking it to the theater cartoon business and they had to cut costs somehow. This cost cutting and frame reducing has lead us to what we see today on the tube.It’s 1942 and we are looking at Jerry from “The Bowling Alley-Cat.” He didn’t change as much as Tom but in the early years his ears were smaller and his nose was longer, he was lighter in color and he seemed to be much more bendable.Then there is the “Classic” Jerry from 1949’s “Hatch Up Your Troubles” . Sharper fine line drawing and a slightly shorter tail but great animation.By 1954 his ears have enlarged and his individual toes have fused together… and of course, the heavier line drawing has started to appear. The eyelashes have also disappeared. This is from “Downhearted Duckling.