barnyard scene

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  • George tried to get his rooster to do a little trick in the barnyard scene. Cited from Bunny Brown and his Sister Sue Giving a Show, by Laura Lee Hope
  • "I brought him with me because I thought he could crow in the barnyard scene, and make it more natural like." Cited from Bunny Brown and his Sister Sue Giving a Show, by Laura Lee Hope
  • Toward the end of the barnyard scene, when Lucile was singing a sad little song, Peter began to crow. Cited from Bunny Brown and his Sister Sue Giving a Show, by Laura Lee Hope
  • Then the curtain went down on the second act, the barnyard scene, and the boy and girls got ready for the last, the third act, in the orchard. Cited from Bunny Brown and his Sister Sue Giving a Show, by Laura Lee Hope
  • The barnyard scene showed more cows and the end of a barn, and in this barn there was a real door that opened and shut. Cited from Bunny Brown and his Sister Sue Giving a Show, by Laura Lee Hope
  • There had to be two hens at least in every barnyard scene, and when Lottie came home from the cruel city, she had to have a real baby in her arms. Cited from Laugh and Live, by Douglas Fairbanks
  • So as Bunny Brown didn't have anything to do just then in the barnyard scene, he put Peter in the basket and carried the bantam rooster downstairs. Cited from Bunny Brown and his Sister Sue Giving a Show, by Laura Lee Hope
  • After some delay the curtain went up again, showing the barnyard scene, and in this Bunny and Sue were to drive Toby, their Shetland pony, on the stage. Cited from Bunny Brown and his Sister Sue Giving a Show, by Laura Lee Hope
  • In Barnyard Scene, Rockman depicts a raccoon mating with a rooster, and Jungle Fever shows a praying mantis mating with a chipmunk.
  • A series of works by Rockman in the early 1990s, including Barnyard Scene (1990), Jungle Fever (1991), The Trough (1992), and Biosphere: Laboratory (1993), use dark humor in depicting different species mating with one another.