Walter R. Brooks
While camping, Freddy the pig pursues a swindler who is trying to defraud Farmer Bean, Mr. Camphor, and Mrs. Filmore of their property.
Freddy the pig and his barnyard friends run the very successful Barnyard Tours, Inc., but on a trip to the North Pole some sailors cause trouble for them and Santa, who, when the animals drive off the bad men, offers a sleigh ride home.
Jinx the cat, Samuel the mole, Grisli the cannibal ant, and the other talking animals of Bean Farm help Freddy the pig protect Uncle Ben's flying saucer plans from greedy foreign spies.
When Centerboro seems to be overwhelmed by a crime wave, Freddie determines to catch the culprits with the help of Uncle Ben, the farm animals, and a special Dragon.
Freddy the pig and some barnyard friends take off for Mars in Mr. Bean's space ship, but things go awry when Mrs. Peppercorn fiddles with the controls and they wind up in a stranger place than they ever imagined.
Freddy the multitalented pig publishes a newspaper for the animals on Bean Farm.
Freddy and the other barnyard animals decide to escape the cold winter by vacationing in sunny Florida.
A ballooning mishap sends Freddy the pig and some animal friends on a cross-country chase, on the trail of a blackmailing scheme, and into the prizefight ring.
Freddy the pig buys a horse and inadvertently makes an enemy of an unscrupulous cowboy with designs on the First Animals' Bank and on Freddy's life.
With the help of Jinx, the cat, and Jinx's sister, Minx, Freddy outwits a fraudulent magician who comes to entertain the unsuspecting inhabitants of Centerboro.
While clever Freddy the pig tries to find out if Mrs. Bean's long-lost brother is really who he claims to be, he also attends high school so that he will be eligible to play in the big football game between Centerboro and Tushville.