An Ill Wind Story Detail
Tom & Jerry are relaxing at The Palm Desert Inn, when an old traveller comes along begging for water. After a sip of Tom's refreshing Grape beverage, the traveller gives Tom & Jerry a map to The Lucky Dutchman Gold Mine, but warns them to beware of Black Bardy, whom they inevitably run into. Black Bardy, it seems, is only the least of Tom & Jerry's foibles; aside of the cat and mouse pitting themselves against each other for the map (cats and mice will be cats and mice!), various gusts of wind constantly blow the map from their hands, bringing new meaning to Shakespeare's phrase, "the ill wind which blows no man to good" (hence the title of this very cartoon!). A final gust of wind blows the map onto the street, where it is immediately swept up by a streetcleaner, and dumped by truck onto a garbage dump, where T&J spend the rest of the night sifting through it in search of the map.
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