Various signs and billboards comes to life and starts singing and dancing. A baby chick jumps down from its sign and starts running around. A black cat starts chasing the chick, and other signs tries to protect the chick from the cat.
This cartoon features the first use of Merrily We Roll Along, which wouldn't be regularly used until 1936.
- A scene appears to have been excised from the original release print of this short. An abrupt jump cut in the music score occurs during the scene transition between the exotic dance of the women's outfit and the chick spotting and chasing after the worm.
- Removed from the print on volume three of Shokus Video's Cartoon Collection series was the sequence wherein the chick, attempting to catch the worm, is inflated with a tire pump.
- Laserdisc - The Golden Age of Looney Tunes, Vol. 4, Side 10: Merrie Melodies
- DVD - Captain Blood (as a special feature). However, this short is released also with altered 1995 dubbed audiotrack which is played in right channel. It has also the altered ending title card cut.