Foghorn Leghorn, shivering at the thought of another cold winter in his dilapidated roost, decides to court the well-to-do Miss Prissy, but Prissy won't marry him unless he can prove he'll be a good father to her son, a bespectacled egghead genius who, by scientific means, bests Foghorn in every game they play. After Sylvester deliberately whacks Barnyard Dawg on the head with his dog food dish, Barnyard Dawg gives chase and chases Sylvester on the wall and jumps over a branch, only to get caught by the leash and hangs from the branch by the leash. Father Chicken Hawk attempts to hide the chickens behind his back Foghorn: Unhand those fair barnyard flowers! He received his law degree from the University of Virginia and his Bachelor of Civil Law degree from Oxford University in England where he was a First Class Honors graduate. Sylvester is about to cut the leash with an axe, but grabs the blade and Sylvester whacks too hard and vibrates as he goes by the fire wood, and the branch breaks and Barnyard Dawg gets hit on the head and walks off. I think that means they're surprised I have a college degree.
When the pair's brawl takes them into a barn, a genuine horse forcibly ejects them, clunking their heads together in the process. The voices were performed by Mel Blanc, though Banty was voiced by an uncredited Sheldon Leonard. Foghorn's annoying college buddy, Rhode Island Red, comes for a visit and then won't leave. Foghorn Leghorn is an American classic cartoon character. The story begins with Foghorn being forced by his domineering wife to remain in the henhouse to sit on an egg that is about to hatch while his wife goes out to play bridge. When the ostrich is born, Foggy introduces him to the dog, who insults him. As Henery exits before Foghorn can even finish his demonstration, leaving only two signs in his absence.
The two foes, shaking hands to prove solidarity, re-enter to double-team the horse. Leghorn starred in 29 cartoons from 1946 to 1964 in what is considered the Golden Age of American Animation, usually tormenting a dog named Dawg while fending off attacks from a feisty young chicken hawk named Henery Hawk. So, to protect his son's honor, Foghorn challenges the dog to a boxing match. All voice characterizations are performed by Mel Blanc. The fox next poses as a quiz show host, tricking Foghorn and the dog into blowing each other up. Foghorn falls for the scheme and sticks his head in the trunk but nothing is there except a small hole above him. When Foghorn regains his senses, he asks Banty why he threw the punch, and Banty says that every time he hears a bell, he starts punching.
Father Chicken Hawk enters chicken house Father: Muahahahahaha chickens shriek and scream in response Father Chicken Hawk drags apparently dead chickens across barnyard. When Henery pushes along a trunk, Foghorn again tries to straighten Henery out, but his emphasising by hitting the trunk winds up hitting the Barnyard Dawg, who chases Foghorn up a ladder and into a watermelon. Foghorn decides to send Banty to the dog's house to ask for a punching bag. Big salt case that is hits dog more, without noticing him This is a trunk, boy! But Foghorn finally gets the last laugh with a phony telegram about an inheritance and an exploding bowling ball as a parting gift. You caught yourself a trunk! He would play tricks on the dog, but he occasionally had tricks played on him.
Foghorn warns Banty that the box may be a trap but opens the box anyway, revealing a coo-coo clock. Dog is already at top of ladder and rams a watermelon on his head as he reaches the top. Banty, who is wearing boxing glov, thinks he is down for the count in a boxing ring and tries to regain his composure. Foghorn Leghorn falls for the scheme - hook, line, and sinker. Meanwhile the dog has climbed up a tree with a large elastic rubber band and instructs Foghorn to keep looking and releases the rubber band, firing a saucer through the pipe, which breaks on Foghorn's head.
Foghorn is lounging about the barnyard while his nemesis the dog is securing a large pipe to a makeshift elevated platform constructed out of wood. The clock chimes and Banty punches Leghorn again. When Foghorn awakes and sees the egg, he thinks he's its mother! He then walks toward a field and passes a cow with a cowbell around its neck. The dog then figures to get even with Foghorn by giving Banty a gift-wrapped box and telling him that the punching bag is inside. Why you are too little to hunt chickens with me Henery: You mean on account of what you were telling me of how chickens are great big monsters? Foghorn was created by Robert McKimson and starred in twenty eight cartoons between the years of 1946 to 1963. Foghorn nods agreement Henery: Schnook! Henery approaches father Henery: Heya, was that a chicken, pop? The Dawg sees that Foghorn cannot leave and takes advantage of the situation. The scene fades and it's dawn the next morning.
The dog then tells Banty that he cannot spar with him but promises to find him another partner. Foghorn's going fishing, but a fox has other plans for him. The dog insults the ostrich repeatedly, causing him to bury his head in the ground. One of them pulls the fox alarm, and the dog comes running back too late. Finally, Henery decides the only way to settle the matter is to see who crows at dawn. Foghorn then rings a triangular chime which causes Banty to punch the dog. The creators of Foghorn adapted a lot of the catch phrases that Claghorn used also.
He tries to steal a bone outside the doghouse, but the grabs the paw and looks inside the bush to see Sylvester with a flower in his mouth and several more flowers on his head. The clock bell rings and Banty punches Leghorn, who is knocked silly. The worm ultimately outwits both cat and chicken when they get into an argument questioning whether he was actually there or not. You know roosters crow at sunup. Once the dog is gone, the fox comes after the chickens. Once the dog is given his bone, he uses it to knock Foghorn out so that Foghorn can be carried away by Henery on a toy train. Reaching a breaking point, Sylvester comes close to literally smashing the egg with a mallet.
Henery's effort to find the dog a bone involves obtaining cheese for a mouse and a fish for a cat, with Foghorn's help! The hen warns Foghorn not to leave the egg unattended. You gotta keep your eye on the ball. Henery goes over to Barnyard Dawg's house, and knocks the dog out with a hammer. Sounds like an awful big chicken! Later in the barnyard Foghorn is repairing and alarm clock when Banty walks by. Henery walks away Henery: Schnooks is sure noisy things Henery approaches dog house. Take this quiz, intended as a tribute to the rhetorical skills of both Kennedy and Leghorn. Foghorn kicks Father Chicken Hawk across the barnyard.