Food for Feudin'
Studio: Disney Release Date : August 11, 1950 Series: Pluto Cartoon

Cumulative rating: No Ratings Posted


A feud begins when Pluto wants to hide his bones in the same tree where Chip 'n' Dale store their acorns.





Charles A. Nichols


Philip "Phil" Duncan
George Kreisl
George Nicholas
Judge Whitaker


Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney


Paul Smith (I)


Merle T. Cox


Karl Karpe

Effects Animation

Jack Boyd


Walter Elias "Walt" Disney

Included in:

Pluto's Day


United States

Nuts About Chip 'n' Dale
Cartoon Classics : First Series : Volume 11 : The Continuing Adventures of Chip 'n' Dale


Die Popcornschlacht
Die Abenteuer von A-Hörnchen und B-Hörnchen


Disney Parade 1
Les Aventures de Tic et Tac
Tic et Tac


Le Avventure di Cip e Ciop

Laserdisc (CAV)


Mickey and the Gang

Laserdisc (CLV)

United States

Mickey and the Gang / Nuts About Chip 'n' Dale


United States

The Complete Pluto - Volume 2
Starring Chip 'n' Dale
Have a Laugh, Volume 1


Chip 'n' Chap : Volume 1 : Lusitige Streiche


Tout le Monde aime Tic & Tac Volume 1

United Kingdom

Chip 'n' Dale : Volume 1 : Here Comes Trouble
Have a Laugh : Volume 1


Piff & Puff : Volume 1 : Galen i Piff och Puff


Have a Laugh : Volume 1
Classic Cartoon Favorites : Volume 4 : Starring Chip 'n' Dale

Technical Specifications

Running Time: 6:58
MPAA No.: 13544
Animation Type: Standard (Hand-drawn-Cel) Animation
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
Cinematographic Format: Spherical
Color Type: Technicolor
Negative Type: 35mm
Original Country: United States
Original Language: English
Print Type: 35mm
Sound Type: Mono: RCA Sound Recording

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From Michelle I. :

While not a top favorite, I always did like Food for Feudin. Seeing Chip and Dale in the garden gloves in their pre-Rescue Ranger days is always good for a laugh.

From Grace :

This is really a funny Chip/Dale cartoon. Seeing them with the garden gloves it's really hysterical, especially the ending when Pluto, Chip and Dale's hands are knots. I recommend this short.

From Baruch Weiss :

This is the 3rd of 4 cartoons where Pluto was fighting with the chipmunks. As I mentioned in Private Pluto there are Chip and Dale cartoons which I'm fond of and cartoons which I'm not fond of. This one I'm fond of because of the music throughout the cartoon and here's what's more; this time it's Pluto who starts the trouble! The Chipmunks aren't doing anything to Pluto and he just puts his bones in their tree so they try (without much success) to get their nuts back and in the process play with Pluto and pat him on the back and scratch his chin!

From Bryan Hensley :

This is one of a few cartoons where Chip 'n' Dale mess with Pluto! When they were looking for good nuts, and Chip kicked Dale's bottom, it seems weird that Dale imitated Donald, right down to his quack-like gibbering! Later on, he imitated Goofy! (Hence his "wah-ha-ha-hooie" yell, only high-pitched!) When Chip 'n' Dale were in a pair of gloves, they remind me of a variety show Fox Kids used to do; Cartoon Cabana. (Nearly everyone in the live-action bridging sequences was a speaking hand!) But I digress, Chip 'n' Dale ended up playing fetch with Pluto and one of them threw the ball far. That way, they'd put their nuts back in the tree. Boy, was Pluto upset when he discovered those moving hands were really chipmunks! Once his paws were tied around the tree, Chip 'n' Dale ended up tying themselves up to each other's hands! This short was a great one! In the scene where Pluto and Chip fall down a hill, Pluto howled like he did in the earlier short Rescue Dog, only his voice didn't echo!