The Face of The lady from Tom and Jerry
After enquiring some editors and then writers of Tom and Jerry, discovered that it was difficult to fit the faces.
This begs the question then why were the faces introduced later? Yes, they were.
The human characters weren’t the main cast in the first place, adding it to the difficulty to portray it in the screen just made the writers crop the character’s head out.
But in the later part of the series and the movies where they play a small part, they finally weren’t excused, perhaps the humongous fans’ request worked and they showed it.
The face of the lady shown in the episode name Mammy Two Shoes is a fictional character in Tom and Jerry cartoons. She is a heavy-set middle-aged African American housemaid who takes care of the house in which Tom and Jerry reside. She is also Tom’s owner, and wallops the cat with a broom when he misbehaves; Jerry often tries to sabotage a task Mammy has given Tom or destroy the house and/or its contents, in order to get Tom thrown out of the house.
As a partially-seen character, she was famous for never showing her head, with a few exceptions such as Part Time Pal, A Mouse in the House, Mouse Cleaning, and Saturday Evening Puss.
Mammy would appear in many cartoons until 1952’s Push-Button Kitty. Later cartoons would instead show Tom and Jerry living with a mid-1950s Yuppie-style couple. Soon after, virtually all humans in the series had visible faces. Mammy’s appearances have often been edited out, dubbed, or re-animated as a thin white woman in later television showings, since her character is an archetype now often regarded as racist. Her creation points to the iniquitousness of the mammy in American popular culture.