It's Music Day on the show, with three shorts related to the subject. In "Ruffled Ruffie", rock-and-roll fan Buster does battle with a sappy Raffi clone. "The Horn Blows at Lunchtime" features Little Sneezer, a trumpet, a block of stinky cheese and a lot of finger-pointing. "Loon Lake" has Shirley dealing with a group of snooty swan ballerinas, with Babs' help. Written by
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The plot of "Ruffled Ruffee" is a clear reference to the classic Looney Tunes short "Long-Haired Hare," in which Bugs Bunny has a similar showdown with an opera singer. See more
In "Ruffled Ruffee", Buster misattributes the quote "That which is too stupid to be said is sung" to Voltaire. The original quote ("Nowadays what isn't worth saying is sung") is a line from "The Barber of Seville" by Pierre de Beaumarchais. See more
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