A mouse, imitating W.C. Fields, leads tours of a drugstore for other mice. We see a number of products living up to their names: vanishing cream, reducing pills, sleeping powders, smelling salts, cough medicine. On to the lunch counter: a giant malt (sign). More products: shaving brush, Krazy mineral water, a rubber band (and brushes dancing to it). A musical revue: the clocks all sing "Start the Day Right"; an order pad would "Love to Take Orders From You"; a ballet troupe wants to "Shake Your Powder Puff"; and so on. Greeting cards greet our tourists. The mousetraps are harmless but the cat next to them isn't, and thus ends the tour. An annoying little boy who's been chatting away the whole time finally gets a jar of alum in the face to shut him up.
- (1993) LaserDisc - The Golden Age of Looney Tunes, Volume 4, Side 5
- (2012) Blu-ray, DVD - Looney Tunes Mouse Chronicles: The Chuck Jones Collection, Disc 2 (USA 1995 Turner print)
- HBO Max (2020 - ) (restored)
- Little Blabbermouse would star the same year in another short called "Shop, Look and Listen", which was also directed by Friz Freleng.
- The European Turner dubbed print replaces original 1938-1941 Merrie Melodies ending music cue with 1941-1955 ones. The American Turner dubbed print, however, does not have this edit.
- The "rubber band" gag would be used again in "Tin Pan Alley Cats" as well as "Dough for the Do-Do."
- This was the last cartoon that Ben Hardaway wrote for Warner Brothers before he left to work for Walter Lantz Productions. He would eventually resurface in 1948 where he wrote one more cartoon for Friz "A Bone for a Bone" before he left to work on "Pow-Wow the Indian Boy" on Captain Kangaroo.