Intending to catch a chicken for his dinner, little Henery the Chicken Hawk ventures onto the farm of the eternally feuding Foghorn Leghorn and barnyard dog. Foghorn tries to dump a load of concrete on top of the dog, but the chute for dropping the concrete suddenly extends itself to a position directly above Foghorn, who is covered over by the concrete and frozen in a "Thinker" pose. Little Henery attaches a rope to the cement-laden Foghorn and drags him home for a tough-to-chew chicken dinner.
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Did You Know?
Just after Foghorn Leghorn gets rid of Henery Hawk by putting him on a tray and then tossing the tray away like a Frisbee, Barnyard Dog sees the tray and calls it "A little man from Mars!", which originated from Orson Welles
's radio program 16 years earlier. See more
[just after cement poured all over over Foghorn Leghorn, he quickly dried into Auguste Rodin's "The Thinker" sculpture
Don't bother me, dog. Can't you see I'm thinking?
Of all the chickens in the world, I have to get a Plymouth rock.
[cartoon's final line
Referenced in Walk the Line
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