Moe Hican, an Indian, has struck it rich. Oil has been found on his property, and he now owns an estate with oil rigs everywhere. Even the fountain spouts oil! His mansion is as uppercrust as any, but he prefers to live in a tepee and hunt moose, within the rooms of his vast home, which have forests of their own. Moe and his butler go on a hunting expedition, with the butler being hit with every instrument Moe uses to try to kill a pint-sized moose. Written by
Kevin McCorry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
The moose's "Indian love call" counter-lure to Moe Hican's moose call is a gag on the romantic song "Indian Love Call" from the 1924 Broadway musical, Rose-Marie
(1928). See more
[as Moe HIcan's midget deer hunt, is in progress, he stops in front of his tepee, the moose secretly puts Moe's lit flame inside his Indian suit, Moe Hican then sniffs three times
Me smell Moe Hican burning. Me last Moe Hican, must be me! Yeow!
[after Moe Hican screamed YEOW! & quickly went to a water stream, sat down in it to releave his burning pains
Music by J.S. Zamecnik
Played on the horn by the moose See more