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The show did away with Felix’s previous supporting cast and introduced many new characters. These characters were performed by voice actor Jack Mercer. Oriolo’s plots revolve around the unsuccessful attempts of the antagonists to steal Felix’s Magic Bag, though in an unusual twist, these antagonists are occasionally depicted as Felix’s friends as well. The cartoons proved popular, but critics have dismissed them as paling in comparison to the earlier Sullivan-Messmer works, especially since Oriolo aimed the cartoons at children. Limited animation (required due to budgetary restraints) and simplistic storylines did nothing to diminish the series’ popularity.
Forced by a horrific storm to seek cover for the night, Felix knocks at the palace door of boastful Old King Cole. Felix and King Cole are threatened by the ghosts of Cole’s ancestors. The king and his minions are terrified of the night, but the king, putting on his best face, lets Felix in and begins his constant bragging, which the palace’s ghosts can’t stand. So the ghosts take the living spirit out of the king and haunt him with his own tall tales, and literally turning the tables on the old gasbag. Felix finally destroys the ghostly hordes with bolts of lightning and rescues Old King Cole.
Felix brings his nephews Inky and Winky to the park for a picnic. However, they always seem to be delayed. While they say their grace, a rabbit gets a snake to steal their meal. When they try to get it back, it rains so they needed to go back home. Inky and Winky are upset and Felix does his best to carry them out on the picnic. Fortunately, the rain stops and the three continue to the picnic. It rains again for a short while, but then it gets better. They say their grace again before eating, and someone else steals their meal. Felix runs after the culprit however, he can’t catch him. At the end of the story, a stork comes with a picnic basket.
Felix chases a mouse onto a ship, gets seasick, and eventually finds himself in Holland. He flirts with a local Dutch girl and angers a local man who hits him in the head with a wooden shoe. He makes a deal with another man for a dish of milk in exchange for watering the man’s plants, but Felix accidentally puts gin into the watering can and gets the plants drunk.
Felix has trouble catching fish on his own, so he tries to steal some. The shop owner throws a can at Felix and gives him an idea: go to Alaska, where the fish are plentiful and large, and try to catch some there.
After misadventures among an Indian tribe and an amazing chase with a ferocious bear, Felix is frightened by the wooden chief outside a cigar store.