|Lady, Play Your Mandolin!|
Animal patrons at a Mexican cafe sing the title song. Foxy rides up on his horse but when the horse tries to go inside, he ties its neck around a cactus. He enters the cafe and sings. Roxy takes the stage playing her mandolin and Foxy joins her in a duet. When the horse frees itself and sings with them, Foxy steps out and clobbers it with a bottle. Foxy and Roxy finish their song but as the music plays out, the horse stumbles in, drinks a bottle of firewater, begins hallucinating, and dances so fast that he catches fire. A mouse climbs out of the horse's singed pants and slams a garbage can lid for the final cymbal clang.
- (2003) DVD - Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 1, Disc 3 (part of ToonHeads: The Lost Cartoons)
- (2005) DVD - Little Caesar
- (2013) Blu-ray - Little Caesar
- Starting with this short, all Looney Tunes shorts would be directed by Hugh Harman, and all Merrie Melodies shorts would be directed by Rudolf Ising until 1933.
- Although some of the 1933 LT and MM shorts would sometimes be co-directed by Friz Freleng with either Harman or Ising.
- This short has rarely been shown since its original release. It was shown as part of the Toon Heads special The Lost Warner Bros. Cartoons.
- This is the first Merrie Melodies short to be produced and released.
- This short marks the debut of Foxy and Roxy.
- This short entered the public domain in 1960 due to Sunset Productions/Guild Films, owner of the shorts, failing to renew the copyright in time.
- This short was an anomaly of the selling of copyright to Sunset and Associated Artists Productions. Whereas the 1931-33 Merrie Melodies shorts were sold to a.a.p., this short on the other hand was sold to Sunset, along with the black and white 1933-34 Merrie Melodies shorts. It is currently unknown why this happened. As a result, the short does not have a Turner "dubbed version", like all of the other 1931-33 Merrie Melodies do, sans "Hittin' the Trail for Hallelujah Land".
- ↑ Toon Heads: The Lost Warner Bros. Cartoons