Mickey and Pluto go hunting for quail. Pluto scares away the first ones they see; Mickey scolds him, then relents. He shows Pluto how to be a pointer, and they set off after another quail, but Mickey accidentally jumps on a bear's nose, and thinks it's Pluto. Meanwhile, Pluto finds the quail and points. The babies climb on board and start picking at his hairs, but Pluto's been told not to move. Mickey finally comes across Pluto, who by now is covered by small animals, and realizes he's being followed by a bear. Mickey tries to reason with the bear, and backs off a cliff, onto Pluto.
Andy Panda is the painter and his dog, Butch, is the pointer, and Andy is trying to paint a portrait of Butch doing what a bird-dog is supposed to do...standing still and pointing to the game-bird. But Butch won't stand still. Andy's solution is to rig a gun to go off if Butch moves a muscle. Butch gamely resists all temptations to move but a couple of spiders carry him off in their web, with the gun going off repeatedly and peppering Butch's posterior.
Packed with spontaneity, sexiness and sheer joy, this video (which encompasses seven filmed performances) allow the three Pointer Sisters (June, Ruth and Anita) free reign to create their own unique brand of excitement. Songs include "I'm So Excited," "Dare Me," "Freedom," "Baby Come and Get It," "Back in My Arms" and "Twist My Arm."
With a string of chart-topping hits like "Jump," "Neutron Dance," "Yes We Can Can" and "I'm So Excited," the Pointer Sisters are among the biggest pop acts of '70s, '80s and '90s, captured here in 2004 at the Alberta Bair Theatre in Billings, Mont. The Grammy Award-winning "sisters" demonstrate that they're still capable of bringing down the house with the best of them. Selections include "Happiness," "Automatic" and "Slow Hand."