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Uncle Remus begins telling a tale of Br'er Rabbit and the Laughing Place, and the boy miraculously survives.
Johnny, Ginny, and Toby are next seen skipping along and singing while Johnny's returned puppy runs alongside them.
She becomes upset that Johnny and Uncle Remus kept the dog despite her order (which was unknown to Uncle Remus).
She instructs Uncle Remus not to tell any more stories to her son.
After being spanked, they realize that Johnny had fooled them.
In an act of revenge, they tell Sally about the dog.
Johnny's birthday arrives and Johnny picks up Ginny to take her to his party.
On the way there, Joe and Jake push Ginny into a mud puddle.
As Johnny sneaks away from the plantation, he is attracted by the voice of Uncle Remus (James Baskett) telling tales of a character named Br'er Rabbit.
Johnny's mother refuses to let him take care of the puppy, so he takes the dog to Uncle Remus.
Uncle Remus takes the dog in and delights Johnny and his friends with the fable of Br'er Rabbit and the Tar-Baby, stressing that people shouldn't get involved with something they have no business with in the first place.
Harris' original Uncle Remus stories were all set after the American Civil War and the abolition of slavery.
Harris himself, born in 1848, was a racial reconciliation activist writer and journalist of the Reconstruction Era.