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The next night, after another strenuous day of practicing, Tigger has rounded up Pooh, Piglet, and Rabbit to stand guard with him, as he barricades the door and boards up all the windows to keep the Bunny from making another attempt at the shoes. Rabbit tries to figure how to end this nightmare of lies, but can’t find an available opening for an explainable excuse. Rather than maintain their wide-awake guard, Tigger, Pooh and Piglet eventually fall asleep. Rabbit, however, pops an eye open, and when the coast is clear, unlaces the heavy shoes from Tigger’s feet, and drags them off in a sack out of sight. Tigger begins mumbling again, and before anyone can stop him, has leaped out the window again, covered by the blanket, in another spell of sleepbouncing. Pooh and Piglet awaken to observe the shadowy figure disappearing, and conclude that the Awful Bunny has abducted Tigger. They exit into the woods to attempt a rescue, while Rabbit lags behind, more concerned with where to dispose of the troublesome shoes. Pooh and Piglet follow the trail of bounced footprints, and come to the base of the ridge. High atop the topmost boulders of the rock formation, sleeps Tigger. Pooh and Piglet call to him, and Tigger opens his eyes, to realize that he just accomplished his goal – bouncing the ridge in his sleep. Rabbit is noticed nearby, dumping the sack of shoes into gopher’s hole. A loud “Ouch” is heard from below, as gopher was in the line of dumping. Gopher angrily tosses the shoes back to the surface, revealed for the others to see, then decides things have gone far enough, and unzips one of the toes of the shoes to reveal what was inside. “You mean Rabbit deliberately put big ol’ weights on my footsies?”, Tigger remarks in revelation. He then pounces on Rabbit – not in anger, but to congratulate him! Tigger realizes this was the best training idea imaginable, and that Rabbit helped him to truly become the champion bouncer – at least where Rabbits are concerned. However, he still has yet a greater challenge, for which he insists that Rabbit serve as his trainer. “I heard about this cow that jumped over the moon. Us Tiggers can’t let no cows be the bestest jumpers.” Rabbit faints on the spot from the suggestion, and Tigger remarks. “Overcome with excitement.”

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On the 1962 animated version of Beany and Cecil, Clampett decided to parody the popular “Disneyland” television program in an episode entitled Beanyland.

Thirty pounds lighter, Billy returns accompanied by his friends to claim the tourist job. However, he has to be assisted by Poss and Macon every step of the way, as he is severely bandaged, in casts, and walking on crutches. One look, and the park ranger boots Billy out the door, declaring him to be a total wreck. The good news is that Possible and Macon get hired to do posing for the tourists in place of Billy. The bad news is that Poss and Macon will share their food money with Billy – only after he finishes rebuilding their home.

Now a new temptation arises, from the wafting aromas of a hot dog wagon selling its wares just outside the panther’s window. Pink goes through a bipolar crisis, alternating between repeatedly ordering hot dogs from the vendor, then remembering his resolve and turning down the dogs after they are fully constructed. But every time he turns his back on the vendor, visions of hot dogs dance through his head – and even a passing dachshund looks like the genuine article. Finally, the vendor can’t take receiving any more orders, and applies the mustard all over Pink’s face, and the bottle atop Pink’s head.

After the Ball (11/8/29) – No real plot. Gags about the writinng of the song, with a dog that looks a great deal like Fitz. “Auld Lang Syne” also makes an appearance in the score, as the film centers somewhat around nostalgia. The title tune goes back to 1892. A recording exists from shortly therefter by George J. Gaskin (boy tenor) – company is unknown as an announcement does not appear on accessible copies of the recording. In 1925 it was recorded electrically by the International Novelty Orchestra, with vocal by Henry Burr, for Victor. Ian Whitcomb would revive it on LP among other nostalgic fare in the 1970’s. The song is often thought of as Tin Pan Alley’s first hit – the first tune to sell over a million copies on sheet music. Here’s the composer himself, Charles K. Harris, singing the song in 1930:

Warner and Disney compete with Garfield next week, in an epic struggle of survival of the fittest. Oven Mitts and Pot Holders Sets

The prospect of an Alaska trade doesn’t sit well with the families. “I always wanted furs”, says Mrs. Bubba, “but not to keep warm.” Huddles is left no choice but to play watchdog over Bubba to see that he doesn’t succumb to his food cravings. Bubba insists he has will power – until he hears the primeval call of “Dinner’s ready”, and bulldozes through hedgerows and lawn furniture to get to the dinner table. Huddles has to concede that Bubba may be fat, but he’s still fast. But Bubba is in for a disappointment. His wife serves him a dish of – two vitamin pills. The diet book said only one pill – but she thought he might be hungry. Bubba starts getting desperate. He tries to take a quick chomp of Pom Pom’s baby food, but swallows her rattle instead. He sticks his fork under the table in an attempt to find the dog dish of family pet Fumbles, but the clever dog keeps moving the dish, allowing Bubba to stab the fork into Huddles’ leg. Huddles has had it, and orders Bubba to go to bed.

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