The title is a play on "whistle stop," a stop or station at which buses or trains stop only if there are passengers or freight to be picked up or dropped off.
The Weasel is at it again, attempting to steal chickens. Foghorn Leghorn confronts the watchdog, who appears to be too lazy about the situation but is actually on top of it. Foghorn is annoyed by how the laid-back dog acts when he's guarding the chickens. Foghorn attempts to play jokes on the dog, but he's too smart to be fooled. When the weasel arrives looking for a hen or two, Foghorn attempts to turn the weasel against the dog, but the dog is able to counter it, not ending well for Foghorn or the weasel.
- Although this cartoon is a Looney Tunes short, it uses the Merrie Melodies Blue Ribbon opening and closing titles.
- There are two possible original ending titles, green color rings or red rings because the cartoons released this year tended to mix up the ending titles.
- This short used to play in PAL audio when shown on Cartoon Network or Boomerang before switching to the restored NTSC version on modern Boomerang airings.
|Foghorn Leghorn Cartoons|
|1946||Walky Talky Hawky|
|1948||The Foghorn Leghorn|
|1950||The Leghorn Blows at Midnight • A Fractured Leghorn|
|1951||Leghorn Swoggled • Lovelorn Leghorn|
|1952||Sock a Doodle Do • The EGGcited Rooster|
|1953||Plop Goes the Weasel! • Of Rice and Hen|
|1954||Little Boy Boo|
|1955||Feather Dusted • All Fowled Up|
|1956||Weasel Stop • The High and the Flighty • Raw! Raw! Rooster!|
|1958||Feather Bluster • Weasel While You Work|
|1959||A Broken Leghorn|
|1960||Crockett-Doodle-Do • The Dixie Fryer|
|1962||The Slick Chick • Mother Was a Rooster|
|1980||The Yolks on You|