Farmer Al Falfa's Watermelon PatchFarmer Al Falfa's Watermelon Patch (1916) - Farmer Al Falfa Theatrical Cartoon Series by Dave Koch
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- Farmer Al Falfa Theatrical Cartoon Series
- Paul Terry
- Distributed by: J. R. Bray, Famous Players - Lasky Corporation
- Cartoon Characters: Farmer Al Falfa, Fido.
- Originally Released in 1916.
- Black & White
The man throws the watermelon shell at the Farmer hitting him hard, not knowing his own strength. Shaken and frightened, Al says "A fine day for it, too". Al decides that he can't kill the man, so he goes to his house to think.
In the meantime, we see the man continuing to eat the watermelons. A small mouse crawls up on his foot, and scares him away, terrified. Farmer Al now crawls up camouflaged by a barrel with his shotgun; peeking out to take aim he notices that the man has fled.
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