|Cock o' the Walk|
|Silly Symphonies series|
|Directed by||Ben Sharpsteen|
|Produced by||Walt Disney|
|Studio||Walt Disney Productions|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
The titular Cock comes home, a boxing champion laden with golden trophies, and the birds of the fowl run greet him with a Busby Berkley-esque display. A pretty young Hen is being courted by a young Rooster, but her head is turned by the strong, charismatic and confident Cock. The Rooster challenges the Cock to a fight, and is being soundly beaten when the Hen discovers a photograph of the Cock with a plump hen and multiple chicks, on which is written 'To our Daddy'. She slaps the Cock's face, then rushes over to the beaten Rooster. Trying to revive him, she kisses the Rooster, who is so exhilarated by the experience that he beats the Cock without effort. The Rooster and the Hen reconcile with a dance.
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