When Pete demonstrates that the Stone-Age beauty likes to be clunked on the head with a rough club, Oswald goes courting. There are, however, problems, in this Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoon directed by Bill Nolan for Walter Lantz.
All the standard tropes of stone-age life are pleasant, including using birds as bicycle horns. Although it may seem blah, it should be remembered that this was a third of a century before the Flintstones -- although only a year before Vincent Hamlin would create the long-running comic strip about Alley Oop; doubtless these tropes were in the air.
James Dietrich seems to use a variation of "Minnie's You-Hoo" as the musical theme here
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