McWolfenstein creates the perfect bride for himself, but unfortunately, she falls into the hands of Droopy and Dripple.


Droopy and Dripple are driving along a spooky countryside when their car breaks down in front of a creepy castle, the home of McWolfenstein. In the castle, McWolfenstein creates the perfect woman. He is really excited about this, but his Bride is not so amused. The doorbell rings and Miss Vavoom, who is the Bride, answers the door, only to see Droopy whom she immediately falls for. This doesn't make McWolfenstein happy, so he takes her back to his lab to change her to like him instead, but that doesn't work as she goes bonkers when she see Droopy. She and Droopy then do a dance number which increases McWolfenstein's jealousy, and goes off to electrocute her into submission.

The doorbell then rings and the Bride pauses her dance with Droopy to answer it. Dripple is at the door with some good news, but before he can finish, Droopy tells him to go wait in the car and closes the door. McWolfenstein cuts in and takes Vavoom back to his lab, and as a result, she comes out dazed and he orders her to go make him some dinner. At the dinner table, McWolfenstein is shocked to find Droopy on Vavoom's lap eating. The doorbell rings again and Dripple tries to tell his dad some good news, but Vavoom comes by and closes the door on the pup. Vavoom fawns over Droopy and gives him a kiss on the cheek. The doorbell rings again and Dripple tells his dad that the car is fixed, so Vavoom and the dogs head off to Mad Scientist Land. McWolfenstein is in hot pursuit to get his creation back.

All of McWolfenstein's attempts to get his Bride, as Droopy and Vavoom enjoy the rides at the park, comes back failing miserably until he finally gives up and leaves in despair. As McWolfenstein laments that no one loves a mad scientist, a group of beautiful women show up to fawn over the wolf and carry him off. Dripple finally gets a chance to have some fun on the rides with Miss Vavoom.


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