Once again, as in 'Bugs Bunny Gets The Boid (1942)', Beaky Buzzard is sent out by his Italian-voiced Mamma to bring home something to eat. While his brothers fetch a milk cow (with farmer attached), a string of circus elephants (including a baby one brandishing a banner reading "I am NOT Dumbo") and a dog attached to a fire hydrant, Beaky manages to capture a baby bumble bee. Written by
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Did You Know?
"Well, now, I wouldn't say that" - the punchline of this film - was the catch phrase of the character Peavey, the druggist, on the popular radio show, "The Great Gildersleeve". See more
In the scene where Beaky's brothers are bringing animals for their mother one of them brings a cow, as it carries the cow the eye lid on the cow's patch changes repeatedly from brown to white. See more
Oh, what is-a happened to my little baby? My little bambino! Oh, where is-a my killer?
Killer, come home!
Oh, my little killer, my little bambino... Oh, where's-a my killer...
Umm... ah, yes?
Killer! My darling!
[hugs and kisses him
My baby... So! I send you out-a for meat, but you always-a come-a home with de empty fingers! You never, never bring-a home-a one teensy weensy piece of a meat-a!
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Dear Little Boy of Mine
Music by Ernest Ball
Played towards the end when Mamma Buzzard laments over Beaky See more