Walt talks about the cat family, primarily focusing on lions and domestic cats. It is explained particularly on the cats' importance to ancient Egypt and how some people would respect them, and others would fear them as superstitious beings.
In Walt's words, the term "plausible impossible" means that it is something impossible in reality but still can be convincingly portrayed in some manner. He looks into a book called "The Art of Animation" and explains examples of this technique dating back to ancient times.
The program centers on Donald Duck and his nephews, who buy a box of cigars for their uncle's birthday and when he finds them with cigars, he makes them smoke the entire box. But when he realizes the cigars were meant to be his birthday present, he makes it up to them by throwing THEM a party. The balance of the story involves the party guests watching several old Disney cartoons.
Donald Duck convinces Walt Disney to let him take over the hosting duties for one episode. Then he goes on to host an episode that he calls "The Duckland Four-In-One Show", where he goes through his own versions of the lands of Disneyland.
Dr. Heinz Haber, a noted scientist in the field of atomic energy, hosts this look at the possibility of an exciting new power source. He starts by comparing atomic energy to a genie in a bottle, both of which capable of doing both good and evil, and it is up to humankind to develop safe controls over this largely unexplored science.
Walt explains that his cartoon family at the studio has been fun to work with, but also stresses that like most families, his has a problem child: Donald Duck, whose bad conduct had gotten so out of hand that Walt decides to do something about it. He decides to give Donald an award for good conduct if he can keep his conduct in check for a week. To make sure that such a request is upheld, Walt sends Jiminy Cricket to keep an eye on the duck, particularly when the complaint box suddenly turns up empty.
Walt Disney presents a combination live-action and animated drama of America's historical fight for freedom. Includes a segment from Johnny Tremain, depicting the Boston Tea Party and the battle at Concord, and is followed by Ben and Me.