"The fur flies again, when Jerry, as the smallest member of Robin Hood's gang, encounters Tom, a feline squire to Maid Marion. Not only are the cat and mouse from opposite sides of the moat, but Tom is secretly working as a spy for the Sheriff of Nottingham and evil Prince John. But when the villains succeed in capturing Robin, Tom realizes to his horror that they intend on harming Marion as well. So he joins forces with Jerry, not only saving their respective humans, but allowing for the safe return of King Richard as well."
Warner's Blu-ray/DVD/UltraViolet Digital Copy combo pack presents the film in a 1.78:1 aspect ratio. Further technical specifications are unknown, though the disc will contain the following supplementary materials:
Three additional Tom and Jerry cartoons:
The Two Mouseketeers
Tom and Jerry: Robin Hood and His Merry Mouse streets on October 2nd.
Not only do I second that, but I've been looking for ANY info anywhere in terms of status update on Vol 2. and find nothing... I'd love at least to hear a "yeah, no release date yet on Vol 2, but we're working on it and it will be soon..."
Even for posterity sake, I'd love the Gene Deitch ones, COMPLETE Cinemascope collection, and throw in as a bonus the "related" cartoons like Spike and Tyke, etc. Would love both the FF and Widescreen versions of Chuck Jones ones too
Has anyone heard the status on the rights/ownership of Filmation's 80's T+J? Will that even get a DVD release? That one sounds right up Shout Factory's alley...