A group of Native American children dances, in preparation for hunting. These hunters don't seem to be much of a threat to anyone but themselves, though. Two of them go after a squirrel, to no avail. Another tries to convince a donkey to let him ride, also with no luck. Finally, one of the boys, whose brother is strapped to his back, attracts the unwanted attention of a bear with his brother's candy; after everyone ends up hanging off a cliff, the bear gets the candy and the boys all head for home. Written by
Jon Reeves <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Music by J.S. Zamecnik
Played when the boy with the papoose walks up the path as the bear smells the candy, when the bear first follows the boys, and during the sunset at the end See more