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Nutty Pine Cabin
Nutty Pine Cabin
Nutty Pine Cabin (1942) - Andy Panda Theatrical Cartoon Series
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- Andy Panda Theatrical Cartoon Series
- Walter Lantz Productions
- Distributed by: Universal Pictures
- Cartoon Characters: Andy Panda, Beavers.
- Originally Released in 1942.
Andy is trying to build a cabin in the peace and quiet of a primeval forest with new lumber (and the assistance of various woodland friends). The lumber twists and turns, and the cabin falls. A bunch of eager beavers are trying to build a dam. They learn that Andy has some lumber, and they come to borrow some. Andy thinks that they are cute, and, in a generous (and joking) mood, he gives a curious little beaver a piece of beaverboard. The beavers get serious, and they try to carry off all his lumber. Taking it for granted that they can have whatever building materials they can carry away, they also take apart Andy's cabin for their dam. When they steal his lumber, Andy declares war. Andy catches one or two of them, but he soon discovers that there are too many for them, and he has to resort to use of his shotgun. The beavers then resort to strategy and are too smart for Andy: they fell a tree which jolts his cabin high into the air. It falls across the beavers' dam. Andy soon finds himself and his cabin right where the beavers want him. He swims out all wet, and the beavers have the last laugh.
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