Don't get your cow drunk in a bowling alley and other sound advice
I suppose it was inevitable that the Van Beuren studio would attempt to come up with its own series ideas. Besides recycling Felix the Cat in three pretty good cartoons in 1936 and a bunch of Toonerville Trolley shorts that owe their interest to the comic strip, Van Beuren had a Tom-and-Jerry series of singing shorts -- no, not the MGM Cat and Mouse combo, but an earlier series of black and white cartoons that look like better than average Fleischer work.
When Van Beuren began doing color cartoons, however, they went for a new series: Molly Moo-Cow, who wandered in and out of situations in four awful shorts involving Indians, butterflies, Robinson Crusoe and this one. If you get a chance to see any, take a nap instead.
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