Things are moving pretty slow in the Weaver cabin. Most of the men (and animals) are sleeping, and even those who are awake are only half-awake. A microphone for the radio station KFWB drops in front of four of them. They snap to and burst into song (with a nap during the commercial). They sing of the joy of shooting McCoys. The McCoys, called skunks by a young boy with a deep voice, shoot their question at the Weavers: "Do ya mean it?" The reply: "Yas we mean it!" The feud is on. Coming on a scooter is "Elmer Fudd, Peacemaker" (though the character design and voice is that of Egghead). He suggests peace to the Weavers, and gets a backside of buckshot. The McCoys give him the same response. The sheriff catches one combatant off-side and gives him a 5 yard penalty. Elmer stands in the middle and again pleads for peace. Everyone gangs up around him; there's a huge brawl, and only Elmer is left standing. Written by
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Did You Know?
This film spoofs Douglas Corrigan
, better known as Wrong-Way Corrigan. An unseen character (voiced by Mel Blanc
) hiding in a McCoy's cellar, announces himself: "My name is Non-Stop Corrigan. I thought I was headed for Los Angeles. It was a mistake. My compass broke. Honest." See more
Watch! That's powerful snorin'. Just like a hurricane!
From the motion picture of the same name.
References The Hurricane
Music by Sanford Faulkner See more