Woody Woodpecker goes to the park for a game of golf, and quickly gets at odds with some city-workers who are laying a cement walk. His hooks and slices keep landing into the wet cement. But he smooths everything out by putting a couple of cement-trowels on his feet, and gliding over the surface as if it was ice.
The boys see lovely nurse Olive pass by and follow her to her hospital. She throws them out, so they scheme to hurt themselves enough to get hospitalized, with no luck. Bluto gets a wall to fall on him, but stands in the window. Popeye tries to get run over by a steam-roller, but a street cleaner saves him. Bluto dives off a skyscraper - into a huge pile of mattresses. Popeye stands in a naval gunnery range, but the gunners miss the target. Bluto taunts a bull, but stands next to a billboard of an attractive cow, which distracts the bull. Popeye crashes a plane, but the ambulance crew rescues the plane. The boys compete to get run over by a train, but punch each other off the tracks just as the train arrives. Finally, Popeye forces a can of spinach down Bluto's throat and gets a pounding. That lands him in the hospital but not Olive's; they failed to notice the sign: "Cat and Dog Hospital." They start fighting like cats and dogs, and get hauled off to the looney bin.
This Swing Symphony cartoon from Walter Lantz features the sweet trombone playing (for Jackson)of Jack Teagarden and baritone Lee Sweetland as the speaking and singing voice of Jackson, the trombone-playing merchant-marine sailor who is shipwrecked in the icy wastes of the far north. His trombone playing knocks the native seals and penguins out of their sox, and his jive and jazz keeps everyone steppin', truckin' and warm, and he is crowned the Sliphorn King of Polaroo.
Purported to be 1st Little Lulu Cartoon.
Actually, Popeye and Bluto are already there. They visit a nightclub, where the featured singer/dancer is, of course, Olive Oyl.
A full scale burlesque on "Uncle Tom's Cabin", with the Tex Avery influence fully in play. Probably the funniest Mighty Mouse cartoon.
Barney takes his air-raid warden post too seriously, telling first an owl (shining eyes) and then a firefly to put their lights out. The firefly isn't at all happy and keeps pestering Barney. Then Barney finds a huge offender: a cabin that's all lit up. Looks familiar...
Mice, seeking shelter from a storm, enter Dr. Jekyll's house. His cat chases them, ultimately crashing into the lab, where he mixes up some of the potion. He transforms, then rounds up the mice. Mighty Mouse comes to the rescue; in the fight, the lab catches fire. The mice escape, but the house rockets into the sky.
In the town of Nowhere, the main street is divided by a broad green line. The mice live on one side. The cats live on the other, and never cross over the line, until an evil spirit convinces one of the cats to cross the line. Chaos ensues until Mighty Mouse arrives to defeat the evil spirit cat in a battle in the sky. The evil spirit cat crashes to the ground and burns up in a flaming pile!
Farmer Alfalfa is trying to get rid of his cat throwing him in the river.
Barry's Bespoke Bakery is a lavish wonderland of refined cakes, owned by the fastidious pâtissier, Barry, where everything has its place, except for his talented employee Brian.
A horse (with a Jack Benny attitude and voice) is treated like a horse and doesn't like it, so he gets even with his owner.
The stork tells about a harrowing encounter with a gun emplacement. As a result, he declares himself "closed for the duration."
The foreman of the "Lazy S Ranch" is getting much work out of his shiftless cowhands until a black cowboy on a donkey comes riding' along singing "Cow Cow Boogie."
Mighty Mouse animated short, although here he is still called Super Mouse. Saul's Lunch Wagon is quiet during the day. At night, all the mice hold a jitterbug dance party! Super Mouse battles a gang of pesky cats who are trying to eat the mice who hang out after hours in the diner. A sequence with hot jazz music is featured as the mice swing and dance to the beat.
Popeye is doing a great job of sinking Japanese ships (complete with toilet-flush sound effect). A carrier pigeon brings him notice that he's been granted a month furlough, which he plans to spend with Olive and his nephews. But on arrival, he's run over by Olive, who immediately leaves him alone with his nephews, who are practicing home defense.
Andy Panda wants roast chicken for his Meatless Tuesday dinner...but the farmyard rooster isn't being cooperative.
Popeye needs a new mast, so he starts to cut down a tall tree - but a woodpecker living in that tree has other ideas. No Olive, Bluto, or spinach in this one just Popeye and a bird, sounding rather like 'Edward G. Robinson'.
Bluto decides he's exhausted and needs a complete rest; fortunately, there's a hospital nearby where he can fake exhaustion. Popeye discovers the deception and poses as his nurse.
Popeye sits down to make a cartoon. He shows the results to Olive and his nephews: it's a damsel-in-distress scenario, starring him and Olive, with live music and sound effects by Popeye.