Description: The Fox arrives at his penthouse apartment with an assortment of seeds and vegetables to plant in his garden. Naturally, the crow notices his haul and instantly tries to steal some for himself. The fox discovers the crow and evicts him by replacing the seeds with hot peppers. The crow returns to encounter a Hitler-esque scarecrow planted by the fox but the crow dresses as Stalin to frighten the scarecrow away! The fox puts salt on the crow's tail and throws him from the building but the crow discovers salt has no result on a bird's ability to fly and returns to the penthouse to tussle with the fox some more. Finally, the fox reveals he is using the seeds to plant a win garden at which mission the patriotic crow finally promises to leave the fox alone and the two shake hands (with a joy buzzer).
Description: The proud owner of a fresh vehicle in 1907 gets behind the wheel for the first time and weaves down the street, hitting everything from lamp-posts to store stalls and baby carriages. An ever-increasing crowd of incensed pursuers chases after him...
Description: Tora-san returns to his family's home to attend an elementary school class reunion. After he embarrasses himself by getting drunk and insulting all his ex-classmates, he resumes his travels. In Kyushu he meets an outspoken 18-year-old woman who becomes enamored of Tora-san and follows him around. One of Tora-san's old mates is terminally ill and makes Tora-san promise him to marry his wife once he is gone.
Description: Tora-san returns to his family home to learn that his brother-in-law cannot go to Mitsuo's (Tora-san's nephew) athletic event. Tora-san volunteers to take his place, but gets into an argument with his brother-in-law's boss and returns to the road. He meets a young girl in Niigata who, unbeknownst to him, is a famous enka singer.
Description: Tora-san gets into an argument with his uncle and sets out on the street again. In Kyushu he meets a young girl called Keiko and the shy zoologist Saburō, and attempts to enjoy matchmaker between the two when they all return to Tokyo.
Description: In Nagasaki, Tora-san and an acquaintance support an old girl who has fallen and injured herself. She invites them to her home where the three share a night of eating and drinking. The old woman's health deteriorates and she dies. At her funeral, Tora-san falls in love with the old woman's daughter, but winds up acting as a go-between for her and a young law student.
Description: During his travels, Tora-san gets drunk with an old boy in Kyoto. Though Tora-san never totally comprehends his importance, the old boy is a Living National Treasure ceramist. At his home, Tora-san makes a nice impression on the old man's maid, who apparently falls in love with Tora-san.
Description: A playboy-gambler mate of Tora-san’s dies and, abandoned by his mother, his tiny man suddenly turns up in Shibamata. Searching for the boy’s mother, Tora-san meets a cosmetics saleslady and the three become a surrogate family, with Tora-san as “daddy”.
Description: When his travels bring him to Osaka, Tora-san falls in love with a local geisha. He supports her to track down her estranged brother, and informs his family that he plans to marry her. His plans are foiled when the geisha informs Tora-san that she is engaged.
Description: After failing to search a job, Mitsuo becomes a fisherman on a tiny island, and develops a crush on a young nurse there. Tora-san, dispatched to bring Mitsuo back home, himself falls in love with an pretty but troubled girl visiting her father.
Description: Mitsuo goes to Nagoya to visit Izumi, whose father left Izumi’s sad, bar hostess mother for other woman, so together they decide to confront him in Oita. Meanwhile, Izumi’s mother befriends Tora-san and together they travel to Oita to meet them, with Tora-san quickly falling for her en route.
Description: During his travels, Tora-san comes across a traditional theater he used to visit, and discovers that one of his old mates has died. Tora-san and his family support the friend's daughter, who becomes romantically involved with an aspiring artist.
Description: A young man, Kazuo, joins a fresh cult religion even though he sees through the initial recruitment pretense, and participating in the activities of a fresh social phenomenon, some of whose members genuinely trust in the principles and practice as preached, while others have more Machiavellian motives. Written by L.H. Wong
Description: Gangsters, Gamblers and Geezers is storyline about two lovable losers, Krish and Lee who receive fired from their call centre jobs. After spending all their cash in a crazy month of partying, they have no cash to pay to Olu, their Nigerian landlord. Olu gives the men 48 hours to pay their rent or else 'things will receive biblical'.
Description: When unsuccessful actress Clarissa returns to her hometown for a wedding and tries to impress her old mates by claiming she's dating large time celebrity Chas Hunter, she suddenly finds herself in a comically false engagement when her lies go public and Chas decides to join the festivities in a stunt to escape terrible press.
Description: A brash young Jewish filmmaker from Fresh York tries to support an overly-zealous Baptist preacher in south Alabama create a film about the Prodigal Son. In the process they both learn about the love and acceptance of the Prodigal's father.
Description: A newest college graduate decides to sell marijuana on the roads of Manhattan after losing his job at a consulting firm. He later meets the woman of his dreams. With an unsupportive girlfriend, an increase of clienteles, and the growing threats of being caught or killed, he later realizes he is in method over his head.
Description: Leonard Junger, an aspiring tv writer, tries to search a cheap apartment for his estranged wife and daughter so that they can be a family again. During his quest, he encounters mystery and murder.
Description: The distressing plight of a young boy who, dissatisfied with the meal his wife serves him, eats horse meat, develops different equine mannerisms, and eventually lands in the hospital.
Description: A conflicted animation filmmaker travels to Argentina chasing after a woman he met online, only to end up living with her and her intimidating boyfriend on an isolated island on the outskirts of Buenos Aires.
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