A mouse about to commit suicide by jumping off a pier, when he was saved by baby kangaroo, Hippety Hopper. In exchange for the mouse releasing him from his shipping crate, Hippety agrees to help the mouse humble his tormentor, Sylvester Cat, by making Sylvester think that vitamins have enlarged the mouse to Hippety Hopper's size, and when Sylvester fights the "giant mouse", he loses in the usual embarrassing way- this time, in front of a chiding bulldog. The duo also embarrass the bulldog after threatening to pin its ears back, The bulldog and Sylvester then start ballet as this concludes. Written by
Kevin McCorry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
The bulldog is the very same character figure in Stooge for a Mouse
(1950) cartoon & its rarely known name is Mike. Because Sylvester called Mike's name just one time, shortly after chasing the unnamed mouse back into its mouse-hole as it was trying to get to the table of cheese. See more
He's safe. Nobody hits a guy with glasses. Of course, I could be wrong.
[after Syvester was kicked out, the bulldog then walks inside the house
Well, no use sending a boy on a mans job.
Now, don't you start anything or I'll grow big and kick you out!
Oh yeah? Grow big then.
[the mouse then lead the bulldog to a door and Hippety Hopper hopped out
That's a good trick mouse, but it won't save you. Well, go ahead, kick me out. I dares you.
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Voices of Spring (Frühlingsstimmen, Op. 410)
Music by Johann Strauss See more