Crosby, Columbo, And Vallee Story Detail
A tribe of Indians complain about the three paleface crooners who have stolen away the hearts of all their papooses (all the squaws now just want to listen to radio stars). Meanwhile, a boy and girl sing and frolic in the woods with a group of funny animals, including a bear that does a Rudy Vallee impersonation and a babbling brook that sings Bing Crosby's 1931 hit "Many Happy Returns of the Day." A young brave paddles his canoe down the falls and stops at a squaw's tepee. The brave, who brought along his radio, hooks it up, and they get to listen to Crosby, Columbo and Vallee (portrayed by a moose who sings "This Is My Love Song").
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