15 Cartoons Like Tom and Jerry's Giant Adventure (2013)

In this updated version of the traditional fairy tale about Jack and the Beanstalk, Tom and Jerry reside in Storybook Town alongside Jack and his mother. Storybook Town is a theme park that is based on fairy tales but has fallen on bad times.

Young Jack and his faithful cat and mouse buddies embark on a journey to sell young Jack’s prize cow in an effort to save the park from falling into the hands of a rapacious tycoon.

Everything shifts when a handful of magic beans generates an enormous, sky-reaching beanstalk that leads Jack, Tom, and Jerry on a thrilling quest to find a goose that lays golden eggs.

Jack, Tom, and Jerry’s mission is to find a goose that lays golden eggs. When the three adventurers finally make it to the top of the beanstalk, what sorts of perils and misadventures will they face?

The fantastical kingdom is governed by a monstrously evil, avaricious, and ravenous giant, and it is also the dwelling place of such legendary characters as Droopy, Spike, and even Screwy Squirrel. It is imperative that Tom and Jerry put an end to their long-running conflict in order to ensure the safety of Storybook Town.

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