This short is noteworthy for being the only Mighty Mouse cartoon to be in the public domain to date, as well as one of the few Terrytoons shorts to be in the public domain. It is also one of the first cartoons to call Mighty Mouse by his current, more well-known name, the earliest shorts had him named "Super Mouse". This cartoon fell into the public domain in 1972.
A flock of cute little lambs are playing in a meadow when a gang of shifty wolves decides to grab one for dinner. One of the wolves attempts many different ways to coax a sheep to the wolves' den (a house where the other drunken wolves are passed out on the lawn from the discarded moonshine bottles). He disguises himself as a buxom Little Bo Peep with the help of strategically placed barbells (the other wolves let out wolf whistles). The Bo Peep wolf plays a flute in order to lure a lamb into the clutches of his buddies (who provide jazz accompaniment). When that fails, the Bo Peep wolf plays a screaming hot trumpet and lures the lamb successfully. The lamb goes into the pot, but Mighty Mouse (in his treetop penthouse) hears a bleat. He smells trouble and comes to the rescue, throwing lightning bolts and wrecking the wolves' den. Mighty Mouse rescues the lamb, causing the wolves to end up in a wacky riot.
This cartoon was produced by Terrytoons, but is in the public domain, meaning that it is free to use and distribute.