animated cartoon Molly Moo Cow and the Indians © Van Beuren Corporation
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Molly Moo Cow and the Indians

Molly and a pair of ducks are tied behind a covered wagon. The ducks escape and decide to go for a swim near an Indian settlement, and when Molly noticies they're missing she goes to investigate. Some politically incorrect parody of Native American culture ensues. Meanwhile Molly rescues an Indian baby who falls in the river, earning the gratitude of his mother, who intervenes to save the ducks, who have meanwhile been captured and lined up as dinner by the woman's husband.

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Yes, I think Starlac has covered most of the salient points on Molly Moo Cow, and I recommend the review below to you. The short is pointless, characterless and boring....
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Hardly the Van Beuren studio's finest hour... Itís not hard to see why the Van Beuren studios was forced to close down, or why fewer people without an interest in animation...
Created by: Van Beuren Corporation
Language: English
Country of Origin: USA
Directed by: Burt Gillett and Tom Palmer
Musical Score by: Winston Sharples

animated cartoon Molly Moo Cow and the Indians © Van Beuren CorporationMolly Moo-Cow was a short-lived character starring in a handful of color shorts in the mid 1930's.

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