Fair and Worm-er
Fair and Worm-er is a 1946 Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Chuck Jones. The short was released on September 28, 1946.
A worm, wielding a knife and fork, rushes to dine on a large apple that has fallen to the ground when he is immediately chased by a hungry black crow. The crow pursues the worm until he is confronted by a cat. The cat runs after the crow, only to find itself in the sights of a vicious dog. The dog harasses the cat until he is suddenly set upon by the local dog catcher. He is stopped in his tracks by his wife (armed with a rolling pin) who professes that she is not "scared of man nor beast". A nearby mouse informs her that he is a beast and snarls, setting her off running and screaming. Her husband, in a Jimmy Durante voice, watches the woman tearing away, chased by the mouse, and says, "Everybody wants to get into the act."
|keywords||apple cat crow dog dog catcher jimmy durante narrator new home nothing pepé le pew rolling pin run run away scar scream set up skunk vicious dog worm|
|musicBy||Carl W. Stalling|
|productionCompany||Warner Bros. Cartoons|
|publisher||The Vitaphone Corporation Warner Bros. Pictures|
|theme||animated animated short cartoon chase short|