We open on a big game hunter telling a little boy (a caricture of child star Freddie Bartholomew) stories about hunting in the jungles of Africa. He tells him a story about a day he was hunting there. The game hunter gets help from African natives to catch some animals, with some odd results. Sight gags include a African native with a record player hidden in his huge lower lip, an elephant who can't remember something he was supposed to do, and the game hunter riding a elephant and having to "shift gears" like an automobile to get up a steep hill. Written by
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The elephant who couldn't remember finally does remember what he was going to do, and says, "That's all, folks!" The "Merrie Melodies" and "Produced by Leon Schlesinger" text then appears around him. See more
Poet and Peasant Overture
Music by Franz von Suppé See more