Huck is a brave knight called on to rescue a fair maiden in distress. But a surly Black Night guards Hassle Castle where the damsel is held. After many ignominious failures Huck finally reaches the fair one to find she is not so fair after all. In fact, she is grotesque and Huck locks himself in the towe
Huck goes out to bring in Dinky Dalton, the desperado. Dinky turns out to be a giant and Huck is able to capture his man only after some fast thinking. Huck is a brave knight called on to rescue a fair maiden in distress.
A crafty wolf uses a younger wolf to distract Sheepherder Huck so he can attack the lambs. But Huck is not to be distracted. None of the wolf's other ruses, including the use of blasting powder, keep Huck from attending to his duties and the hound emerges triumphant.
A ferocious watchdog bars Huck's way while he is trying to deliver a letter. Huck tries all sorts of tricks to get the mail through. When he finally does make the delivery, he discovers the letter should go next door. As he departs, the guardian canine phones his bulldog pal next door to alert him.
Persistent Huckleberry Hound has read a book on lion taming and undaunted by the fact the lion has just sharpened his fangs on a large file and then eaten the file! Huck tries to enter the lion's cage with comically disastrous results.