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Spike Bulldog

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Spike Bulldog is a grey, rough bulldog that appears in many Tom & Jerry cartoons. He has a somewhat minor friendship with Jerry and is a formidable enemy to Tom, though he is occasionally a rival to both protagonists.

Spike made his first appearance in the 1942 Tom & Jerry cartoon Dog Trouble, and his first speaking role was in 1944's The Bodyguard, where he was voiced by Billy Bletcher up until 1949, from which point he was voiced by Daws Butler, with a thick New Yorker accent similar to Jimmy Durante's.

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Spike Bulldog is a grey, rough bulldog that appears in many Tom & Jerry cartoons. He has a somewhat minor friendship with Jerry and is a formidable enemy to Tom, though he is occasionally a rival to both protagonists.

Spike made his first appearance in the 1942 Tom & Jerry cartoon Dog Trouble, and his first speaking role was in 1944's The Bodyguard, where he was voiced by Billy Bletcher up until 1949, from which point he was voiced by Daws Butler, with a thick New Yorker accent similar to Jimmy Durante's.

Spike has brownish-grey fur with a light brown marking that spans up the front of his torso. In many cartoons, his fur is light grey, while his marking is white. His ears are pointed with pink insides and his tail is slender, small, and pointed as well. His only consistent article of clothing is a red, spiked dog collar.

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