Hercules, a small, bulbous-nosed plumber, receives a note saying he must "fix leak at Carnegie Hall".
In this one, Max has run low on ink, so Ko-Ko finishes drawing himself and then heads over to the camera room, where he creates his own characters, a mechanical dancing Dresden doll with whom he falls in love and a couple of automaton musicians. He gets rid of the musicians, but, alas, the bulbs used for film projectors are too hot and everyone melts.
Mama has everyone working on spring cleaning, or so she thinks; in fact, everyone's slacking off in various ways. The Captain is the only one to get caught and face her wrath, though. To escape, he fakes illness, but the boys catch him at it. Mama calls the doctor; the boys intercept him and impersonate him. They get revealed, but so does the Captain, and Mama puts him to work doing everyone's job.
A battleship, manned mainly by dogs (and Porky), and whose captain sounds rather like Yosemite Sam, sets sail. When the crew threatens to get to the mess hall before the captain, he orders them to halt (and they do, some in mid-air). The ship gets a radio message of a reward for capturing the pirate submarine. The crew sets out in planes to go looking, leaving Porky behind. Naturally, the sub comes after the ship, and defense is up to Porky. He manages to repel the boarding party and winches the sub onboard with a plunger.
Weary of his running-in-circles existence as a merry-go-round horse, the little hobby-horse gets a case of wanderlust. That night he gets out after the fair has closed and takes in the world of the Crazy House, the Wax Museum, the Ferris Wheel and a roller coaster. Battered and beaten from his adventures, he concludes he is better off on his stand at the merry-go-round.
Popeye is heading over to see Olive when he hits a traffic island where a cop is directing traffic; when he gets there, he manages to get more tickets for blowing his horn and parking illegally. The cop rings the bell, and Popeye manages to wreck Olive's apartment by dropping what he's doing, each time he writes a ticket.
Olive has a small leak in a pipe; she makes the mistake of calling Wimpy to fix it, and the even bigger mistake of asking Popeye to help her do something until Wimpy can arrive. Meanwhile, Wimpy keeps realizing he's forgotten his tools, his gloves, etc. and going back. Popeye finally eats his spinach and manages some fixes to the system.
Mighty Mouse animated short, although here he is still called Super Mouse. Saul's Lunch Wagon is quiet during the day. At night, all the mice hold a jitterbug dance party! Super Mouse battles a gang of pesky cats who are trying to eat the mice who hang out after hours in the diner. A sequence with hot jazz music is featured as the mice swing and dance to the beat.
The foreman of the "Lazy S Ranch" is getting much work out of his shiftless cowhands until a black cowboy on a donkey comes riding' along singing "Cow Cow Boogie."
Barney is settling in for his hibernation when a squirrel spots his bedtime snack: a bowl of walnuts. The squirrel sneaks in and wakes Barney up. Barney chases out the squirrel, who proceeds to drop first the nut, then himself, down Barney's noisy tin roof.
A horse (with a Jack Benny attitude and voice) is treated like a horse and doesn't like it, so he gets even with his owner.
That most treacherous of all the treacherous cats, Oil Can Harry, tricks Might Mouse with just a tiny bit of sneering-and-leering treachery and, after binding Our Hero to a stump, takes off after Little Nell, a girl mouse, who has come to the Yukon country in a helicopter to trade fish for furs (although there is no shortage of either in the Yukon.)Oil Can gets Little Nell in an icy predicament, but Mighty Mouse breaks his bonds and flies up, up and away and arrives in the nick of time to save Little Nell. Where is Pearl Pureheart?
The Talking Magpies, Heckle and Jackle, open a hot-dog concession stand in Hawaii. The first customer is a dumb dog who becomes the innocent victim of the merry, mischief-making magpies. Another dog, a tough one, is getting the same treatment but not for long. Written by Les Adams
A little papoose, bent on hunting bear, is stopped by his father, the chief, and told to forget the idea. The papoose responds by shooting a rubber-tipped arrow onto the father's nose, and the chief decides to teach his progeny a good lesson.
An alligator uses dark magic to try to capture Woody.
A crook on a steamboat tries to outwit Inspector Willoughby.
Wally Walrus is the keeper of a fish hatchery in which trout are incubated and raised.
In the ghost town of Spooksville, Arizona, Woody Woodpecker tangles with an outlaw who disguises himself as a ghost to scare Woody away.
Chilly Willy's on a wharf fishing, using his accordion as a sea bag. As he catches a fish, he puts it in the sea bag.
A narrator tells us that in the days of the Old West, times were tough. With no law and order, bandits roamed around free to commit any crime with western outlaw.