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Ginger Nutt's Bee-Bother (1949)

Squirrel Ginger Nutt attempts to bring flowers to his girlfriend. A crow, a mole, and a rabbit try to prevent him from doing so by stealing all the flowers from a field, but anger a bee in doing so.

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Squirrel Ginger Nutt attempts to bring flowers to his girlfriend. A crow, a mole, and a rabbit try to prevent him from doing so by stealing all the flowers from a field, but anger a bee in doing so.

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Ginger Nutt's Bee-Bother is another discovery of mine from David Hand Productions
6 May 2008 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

This is another Animaland cartoon short from David Hand Productions in England that provides the charm one would expect from Walt Disney which shouldn't be surprising since Hand once worked for him. It concerns the title character getting a love letter from his girlfriend Hazel and his three "friends"-a mole, a rabbit, and a crow who retrieved the torn contents-attempting to keep him from delivering flowers to her. Unfortunately for them, a bee that the squirrel almost completely upset from his slumber gets in the way...This heartwarming and funny cartoon provides plenty amusing moments involving the principals that put a great big smile on my face once it was all over. Hope what I just said was enough for anyone who loves animation and has yet to discover these rare cartoons from another country to seek these out. I found this one on Federator.


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