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A bee is flying among Donald's flowers when he notices a veritable paradise of flowers in the guise of wallpaper Donald is hanging. The bee is rather frustrated when he is unable to stay on the flowers so Donald has some fun with the bee tormenting him with the fake flowers. The bee gets his revenge when Donald is accidentally pasted to the ceiling by the wallpaper making him an easy target for the bee's stinger. Written by
Matt Yorston <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The working title for this cartoon was 'Bees in Your Plants". See more »
[Donald looks behind and sees Spike the Bee trying to sting at his rear end, but Donald Duck moves and the Bee slides on the glue of wallpaper and gets stuck on it]
Oh haven't had enough eh?
[Donald Duck grabs the end of the wallpaper with his hands and shakes it. Then Spike the bee tires to fly out of the glue by lifting the wallpaper]
Oh no you don't!
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Among a series of "bee" pictures starring Donald Duck, antagonized by a bee who likes to use his stinger, Walt Disney gets a lot of chuckles out of INFERIOR DECORATOR, with Donald unwittingly putting up wallpaper with a floral design that attracts the busy little bee.
Full of energetic antics from Donald and the bee, these "B" pictures delighted Donald's fans and Buzz-Buzz was used in many a Donald film short.
Here Donald gets tangled up in the wallpaper while attempting to thwart the bee's attack mode, but manages to get out of a sticky situation by letting the bee get his stinger into a cork. The bee isn't through and signals a swarm of bees to launch an attack on poor Donald.
Fortunately, the short closes before we see the final attack. A typically amusing Donald Duck cartoon where all his good intentions end in frustration.
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