In this version of "The Courtship of Miles Standish", Elmer Fudd is messenger John Alden, sent to give Miles' love letter to Priscilla. While delivering the message, however, her house is attacked by Indians, and John is the only one who can save her.
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It is obvious that the Indian mouths, "Goddamn son of a bitch". See more
When John Alden/Elmer Fudd reads the telegram, he says "11:57 a.m.", but the printed time on the telegram actually says "1159am". See more
Well, the Injuns were gettin' the best of the ordeal, 'til one of'em pulled a boner.
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