A cat and a mouse go to Ireland to, it turns out, rescue the lady mouse from being sawed to death in this poor Terrytoon.
Although there are technical advances over the similar product that Terry's studio had turned out two years earlier -- the back ground work is better -- most of the technical work is unchanged from Terry's late silent Aesop's Fables for Van Beuren and the gags seem to have been inserted randomly to fill up a reel; the soundtrack is composed of the usual Irish songs and "Those Endearing Young Charms" when Philip Scheib ran out of other ideas.
The release date of Christmas Day in 1932 makes this look like it was done purely to fill up the schedule. Even fans of Terrytoons can and should skip this one.
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