Cover code: 10058-305. Title on cover and in indicia: Tom and Jerry Funhouse. Statement of Ownership lists Marquis M. Morse (editor); Marquis M. Morse (Managing Editor); Howard L. Anderson (Business Manager). On-sale date from 1963 Periodicals, Copyright Office, Library of Congress.
And so, Tuffy, little Jack chopped down the beanstalk, and the giant crashed to the ground!
Tom; Jerry; Tuffy
Inspired by a bedtime story, Tuffy plants a "magic" bean. Tom fakes a beanstalk and disguises himself as a giant, to show the mice that the little guy doesn't always win. Jerry catches on and exposes Tom.
Tyke considers watchdogging a lazy life, and wants to become a hunter. Spike sics him onto Bunko Bunny, knowing Bunko is wily, experienced, and uncatchable. Bunko's nephew Hoppo moves in, and both dogs must be watchdogs full time to protect the garden.
Frustrated at being barred from the park (where he plans to beg food from picnickers), Droopy bites a scarecrow. A delighted crow tries to reward Droopy, only causing trouble. Droopy shows him that the scarecrow isn't real. Using the scarecrow to disguise themselves as a bum and his leashed dog, Droopy and the crow get plenty of treats.
Jerry and Tuffy investigate thefts of eggs from birds' nests. To keep them busy and his house mouseless, Tom fakes up clues. The thief turns out to be the maternal Mrs Stork. The mice make Tom help locate the right mothers and return the chicks.