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Tom and Jerry Sound
Hannah and Jess
Shot 1 (00:05-00:10)
Description
Tom walks over to Spike, talks about been tied
up. Tutting at the fact that Spike cant mo...
Shot 2 (00:10-00:15)
Description
Tom starts to pull at the rope attached to the
dog house. Tom and Spike both shake there
...
Shot 3 (00:15-00:20)
Description
Toms pulls the rope through his hands, showing
it will not come off the dogs house. Then ...
Shot 4 (0:15 – 0:20)
Description:
Tom beings to walk away from spike. Draws a
line with his foot. Then leans forward towar...
Shot 5 (0:20 – 0:25)
Description:
Tom leans forward and hits spike with the newspaper.
Quickly moving back, across the lin...
Shot 6 (0:25 – 0:30)
Description:
Tom grabs two symbols and smash them around
spikes head whilst spike is still barking
ag...
Shot 7 (0:30 – 0:35)
Description:
Spike quickly gets back up them tom gets a log of
wood in which spike knarls at making i...
Shot 8 (0:35 – 0:40)
Description:
Spike hits the floor after his face flaps around.
Also tom then uses the baseball bat as...
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  1. 1. Tom and Jerry Sound Hannah and Jess
  2. 2. Shot 1 (00:05-00:10) Description Tom walks over to Spike, talks about been tied up. Tutting at the fact that Spike cant move. Foley Needed Footsteps, tutting, nodding, sigh Back ground sounds; birds, cars tree, wind.
  3. 3. Shot 2 (00:10-00:15) Description Tom starts to pull at the rope attached to the dog house. Tom and Spike both shake there heads. Foley Needed Creeking (pulling the hut) Thump (Tom foot hutting the house) Violent tug (pulling rope) Background noises continues.
  4. 4. Shot 3 (00:15-00:20) Description Toms pulls the rope through his hands, showing it will not come off the dogs house. Then steps over the ropes and walks away. Foley Needed Rustling for the head shaking, footsteps, noise for the rope hitting the floor. Rope been pulled through Tom’s hands Backgrounds noises continue
  5. 5. Shot 4 (0:15 – 0:20) Description: Tom beings to walk away from spike. Draws a line with his foot. Then leans forward towards spike. Foley needed: Footsteps (wide, walking away from dog). Dirt noise. Leaning forward noise.
  6. 6. Shot 5 (0:20 – 0:25) Description: Tom leans forward and hits spike with the newspaper. Quickly moving back, across the line – spike moves toward tom in attempt to bite him. Tom then moves his hand off screen and throws a pie in spike’s face whilst he’s barking away. Foley Needed: A swinging noise as the newspaper flies; a smacking noise from when the newspaper hits spike. Then loud barking/dog noises for spike and finally a squelch noise from the pie hitting spike.
  7. 7. Shot 6 (0:25 – 0:30) Description: Tom grabs two symbols and smash them around spikes head whilst spike is still barking aggressively. He finally punches spike with a boxing glove on and knocks him out completely. Foley needed: A symbol clash noise, loud barking noises. Snare drum roll to create tension while Tom builds up the hit for spike. A punching noise for when he hits him also the noise of spike falling to the ground been knocked out.
  8. 8. Shot 7 (0:30 – 0:35) Description: Spike quickly gets back up them tom gets a log of wood in which spike knarls at making it into a baseball bat. Tom then hits spike on the head with the and knocks him out again. Foley Needed: Spike carries on barking also a noise of a wood shredder machine for spike chewing the wood. Then again a noise of hitting for toms final blow at spike with the baseball bat.
  9. 9. Shot 8 (0:35 – 0:40) Description: Spike hits the floor after his face flaps around. Also tom then uses the baseball bat as a pool cue and pushes spike back into his doghouse. Foley Needed: The noise of the bat hitting spike – actual noise when hitting a ball. Wood dropping on floor to represent the dog house breaking when Spike is pushed back with the bat.
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