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Molly Moo-Cow And Robinson Crusoe

Molly Moo-Cow And Robinson Crusoe (1936) - Rainbow Parade Theatrical Cartoon Series Molly Moo-Cow And Robinson Crusoe

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Lost at sea, Molly Moo-Cow lands on Robinson Crusoe's desert island, where she is stranded (God only knows how). A happy-go-lucky Robinson Crusoe sings about being "happy to be alone"- then he runs into Molly. Molly's happy to see him, but the feeling is not mutual. Despite her kind nature, the misanthropic recluse refuses to allow Molly to stay on his island and chases her back into the sea. Crusoe is happy, alone again. Shortly, a group of hungry cannibals capture him. Molly returns to the island and saves the day by grabbing Crusoe's muskets and firing them all at once at the cannibals. Grateful, Robinson Crusoe allows Molly Moo-Cow to stay on his island. She even puts on blackface to become his faithful servant Friday.

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When it's Molly Moo Cow. Well, at least, that is how it sounds in this particular cartoon. This is one of those cartoons that the PC brigade would never allow to be shown on television in these enlightened times, what with the outragious...  (read more)

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This short doesn't have much depth to it, but it just doesn't need it. The plot is simple and to the point, and features witty writing overall. Definitely a must-see if you're into Just-Plain-Silly romps through insanity. Oh, and there's a...  (read more)

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It's too bad we aren't supposed to be entertained by african stereotypes anymore. The world has lost it's sense of humor. This cartoon, (IN COLOR, NOT B&W), employs the use of some african cannibals. It is a truly hilarious cartoon. ...  (read more)

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