Egghead Rides Again is a 1937 Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Tex Avery.
Energetic Egghead is bouncing around pretending to be a cowboy until his obnoxious cadence gets him kicked out of the apartment complex he's living in. While on the street he finds a newspaper ad for a wanted cowboy in Wyoming. He applies and goes to the ranch in Wyoming where he goes through various training sessions, but fails them all (including, most spectacularly, an attempt to rope a calf who ends up roping Egghead instead). A dejected and humiliated Egghead starts crying and decides to leave as the cowboys laugh at him for his failure, but the lead cowboy gives him a different job: cleaning up after the cows and horses.
Laserdisc - The Golden Age of Looney Tunes, Vol. 3, Side 8: The Evolution of Egghead
DVD - Kid Galahad (USA 1995 dubbed print added as a bonus)
First appearance of Egghead, who would later provide the inspiration for Elmer Fudd. However unlike later Egghead cartoons of the late-1930s, Egghead's voice is more similar to that of Daffy Duck rather than that of Joe Penner.
The USA dubbed version is featured on the Kid Galahad DVD. In addition to different 1937-1938 MM dubbed ending cards, the USA dubbed print has red borders and a cleaner, 3-strip Techncolor color correction, while the EU dubbed print on the other hand has grey borders and a darker, more faded-looking 2-strip Technicolor-like color correction.