Donald is washing windows on a high-rise; Pluto is his assistant, hauling the rope for the platform and refilling buckets but mostly sleeping. And when things are finally going well, Donald makes the mistake of tormenting a bee.
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Did You Know?
This is the first 1940 Donald Duck cartoon to feature Spike the Bee who's a rival of Donald Duck. When Donald Duck teased him, he would get his revenge by attempting to sting Donald Ducks tail feathers which he finally did at the end. Spike the Bee would be in later Donald Duck Cartoons such as "Inferior Decorator" 1948, "Honey Harvester" 1949, "Slide, Donald, Slide", 1949. "Bee at the Beach" 1950 and "Let's Stick Together" 1952 always attempting to sting Donald Ducks tail feathers which Spike the Bee does in the end. See more
While Donald Duck is hoisted up on a platform singing, the person with the garden shears clips Donalds hat and his tail feathers exposing his tail. In the next shot Donald Ducks tail feathers appear as though they have never been cut. See more
How am I doing? Heh, heh.
[Donald Duck dries the window with his rag and shapes the window to look like he's wearing a uniform. He wipes the rest of the water off and hums his song and lowers the empty bucket to get the bucket of water but can't hook it on
Yoo hoo! Pluto! Come on, wake up. You lazy mutt. Wake up!
[Donald Duck tries to lift Pluto the Dog on his feet but falls down
Hey! Wake up! You dumb for nothing mutt. You old sleepyhead. Sleeping all the time. It's provoking! Very ...
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