A little mouse dreams to have his own set of wings. He saves a butterfly from a spider's web. The butterfly turns out to be a fairy who gives the mouse one wish: to be able to fly. But his wish turns out to be not quite what he bargained for.
- Dorothy Compton - Mouse, Mice, & Fairy
- Mary Moder - Mice
- Purv Pullen - Bird Whistles
- Pinto Colvig - Spider, Stock Pluto Barks
- Clarence Nash - Bat
- Allan Watson - Bat
- The Mouse Factory, episode #2.7: "The Mouse Show"
- The Ink and Paint Club, episode #1.23: "The 'Other' Mice"
- The Ink and Paint Club, episode #1.53: "Silly Symphonies at the Zoo"
- Walt Disney Cartoon Classics: Limited Gold Editions: Silly Symphonies
- Dumbo: 70th Anniversary Edition
- The Butterfly Fairy is very similar to the Blue Fairy from Pinocchio.
- As revealed in the documentary Frank and Ollie, future Disney animator Frank Thomas saw this cartoon as one of the first times emotions and pathos were depicted by an animated character during the sequence where the mouse was tormented in being a "nothing", convincing him to join the Walt Disney studio.
- This story is also similar to Aesop's Fables, "The Bat, The Bird And The Beast", the mouse is not welcomed by the birds nor his family, instead greeted only by the bats.