Dick Tracy gets a call that the Eastside Westside bank is being robbed by B.B. Eyes and Flattop. He calls Hemlock Holmes, a canine cop, and soon the police are on their trail. They easily confuse them but they may not get so lucky as to get away.
In a padded dungeon cell, Don Quixote reads about valiant knights and their crusades as their images pounce across the pages. He gets excited and charges the guard, defeating him and escaping to the outside world. He finds a horse and a suit of armor so on his quest he embarks. He finds many mechanical things that are unfamiliar to him which appear as monsters, which he attacks so as to save the world from it.
Pudgy is feeling a little down and Betty begins to sing a song and give him some advice. She tells him he needs to get out of the house and make some friends. The advice seems to do him some good, as he tries doing as a squirrel does, and then a bear cub. He even ends up saving the bear's life.
Peppy Possum lives in the woods. He explains the way a possum can play dead when dogs come hunting them. But he is a different kind of possum who makes the dogs chase him. His dad gives him a stern talking to about the importance of playing dead.
Nertz U. and Burp U. are playing each other in a football game. Flip practices on the sidelines in front of a pretty lady to impress her. A huge player embarrasses him by holding his head so he can't move. Burp U. keep scoring, as Flip's team, Nertz U., try frantically to keep up. Can Flip turn the game around and lead his team to victory?
On the rolling sea, a tug boat sways back and forth on the waves. It pulls into port and its captain emerges with his tuba. He tries to play it, but it comes to life and sticks its tongue out at him. In his quarters, he plays songs for his silly singing wiener dog. Tom and Jerry hear the music through the wall and begin playing music of their own. The people throughout the town hear the music and cheer for them.