This was the 66th short Robert McKimson directed, and it's one of the greats. This is the debut of The Weasel. This cartoon played a lot when I was a child, so the Weasel just seems to be another essential member of the Looney tunes family to me. He is in only a few cartoons, but he is unique in that he's primal, like many other Looney Tunes adversaries, but pathetically naïve rather than scary (like the Tasmanian Devil), nor is he lovable (like Beaky Buzzard). The beauty of the Foghorn Leghorn cartoons(and Looney Tunes in general)is the way the characters were complete jerks to each other; the opening of this cartoon where Foghorn keeps letting out chicks, and then himself, is a tour de force one character torturing the other.