Jerry may refer to:
- Jerry (given name), a unisex given name (including a list of people and fictional characters with the name)
- Jerry (racehorse), winner of the 1840 Grand National
- Jerry Mouse, a fictional mouse in the Tom and Jerry cartoons
- Jerry the Tyke, a fictional dog who had his own cartoon series between 1925 and 1927
- Jerry (film), a 2006 Indian film
Other articles related to "jerry":
... The opening scene in which Jerry and George talk about the placement of a shirt button is repeated almost word for word in the final scene of "The Finale ... In season 3's "The Dog", Jerry is asked if he has any pets, but he says "No ... for the main story arc of season 4, in which Jerry and George write a sitcom pilot for NBC called Jerry ...
... A Year or So with Edgar (1979) Kennedy for the Defense (1980) (Jerry Kennedy series) The Rat on Fire (1981) The Patriot Game (1982) A Choice of Enemies (1984) Old Earl Died Pulling Traps A Story (1984 ...
... The Extra-Terrestrial Tom and Jerry Infurnal Escape U.S ... in the 100 Acre Woods GameCube Little League Baseball 2002 Tom and Jerry War of the Whiskers PlayStation Disney's Goofy's Fun House Little League Baseball Sesame Street Sports Tom and Jerry House Trap PlayStation 2 ... Interplanetary Adventure Little League Baseball Tom and Jerry War of the Whiskers ...
... Despite popular belief, "Jerry Was a Race Car Driver" was not the first ever Primus single ... the Fisherman" was released on an indie record it had limited popularity, whereas "Jerry Was a Race Car Driver" was released on a major label ... "Jerry Was a Race Car Driver" received heavy airplay on rock radio, and peaked at number 23 on the Modern Rock Tracks in 1991 ...
... Jerry Livingston (né Jerry Levinson March 25, 1909, Denver, CO – July 1, 1987, Beverly Hills, CA) was an American songwriter, and dance orchestra pianist ...
Famous quotes containing the word jerry:
“Hell and damnation,
life is such fun
with a ragged greatcoat
and a Jerry gun!”
—Alexander Blok (18801921)
“Remember, a woman has to work harder than a man and have more patience in order to achieve success.”
—Margaret Mary Morgan, U.S. suffragist, print shop owner, and politician. As quoted in Dianne Feinstein, ch. 5, by Jerry Roberts (1994)