Tom and Jerry director Jean Dyche dies at age 95, funny story of this cartoon

Tom and Jerry director Jean Dyche dies at age 95, funny story of this cartoon

Gene Dyche, the director and producer of legendary cartoon films such as the famous cartoon characters Tom and Jerry, Popay the Sailor, died at the age of 95.


Jean Dicke, director and producer of famous cartoon films such as Tom and Jerry, Popeye the Sailor, died at the age of 95. Jean Deche was found dead in his apartment on 16 April, and this news was confirmed by his close friend, Peter Himmel on 18 April.

Jean, who made the world crazy for her cartoon characters, was previously associated with the military in North America. He trained pilots there and worked as a draftman for the army. But due to health problems, he was removed from the army in the year 1944.

That's when he tried his hand at animation and gave the world the Tom and Jerry hit film. Jean did a lot of work in animation but rose to fame with Tom and Jerry and Poppy the Sailor Man. He also received four Oscar nominations for Outstanding Direction. Not only this, in 1967 the Oscar Award for the film Munro was also given. Gene produced a total of 13 episodes of Tom and Jerry.

Tom and Jerry

Tom and Jerry is a cartoon that is liked by people of almost all ages. The story of this cartoon is mainly inspired by mouse and cat fighting. Tom is a cat and Jerry is a mouse. Both are enemies of each other's life but at the same time both of them also love each other. The two cannot even tolerate each other, but cannot live without fighting each other.

The beauty of this cartoon character attracts people towards him. It has tried to show a very beautiful relationship of hate and love. This cartoon plays only on music without dialogues.

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