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Spike gets a job running the house for a hibernating bear. Only problem is that same bear is VERY noise-sensitive, and Spike's got a rival that wants his job. Written by
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After the bear kicks Spike his scarf disappears and remains missing for the rest of the cartoon. See more »
[shouting at Spike from across the room from his bedroom door]
[Joe then slams the door shut]
[Joe runs out of the bedroom and gets in Spike's face]
[shouting at Spike]
SHUT UP! QUIET! I SAID, QUIET! What's the matter? You deef or something?
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One of several cartoons using the need for quiet as a springboard for typical Avery bedlam
More than once, Tex Avery used the idea that it was in someone's best interests to maintain quiet and someone else wanted the opposite. Here we have a bear with an almost pathological hatred of noise (except his own). Efforts to maintain quiet result in sight gags galore of the usual variety in an Avery cartoon and are very funny. The bear steals the cartoon. Most recommended.
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