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Uniform he is sent to a business man who wants a messenger. He is told to wait. He picks up a book called "Fiji Islands'' and looks at the pictures. He falls asleep over it and begins to dream. He sees a cannibal girl eating a coconut. A tiger comes after her, but he drives it away with one kick, and she is very grateful. She is delighted to see him and rolls her eyes at him. They kiss each other and a big baboon comes down the tree and watches them. Sammy closes his eyes in enjoyment and while they are shut the girl walks away.
He dreams he is a magician and performs various feats. A lady artist is frightened by a snake, which Sammy conjures away. She then kisses him, when he awakes to discover that he is being caressed by a cow. Sammy Johnsin in Mexico (1916) Company: Pat Sullivan, Powers Film Company, distributed by Universal PicturesType:Fifth of the series; on the same reel with Creating Life from a Dead LeafCharacters:Sammy Johnsin, bandit Review: Moving Picture World, 26 August 1916 Little Sammy Johnsin was a foolish boy when he failed to heed the sign that was posted, warning the worthy denizens of Cartoon Land to keep away on account of blasting.
Upon his arrival Sammy procured a gun and set out to capture the bandit and thus win the reward offered to the man who brought him in dead or alive. Sammy found the bandit, but just as he was on the point of killing the dangerous character a little chicken flew across the path. Now when a colored man sees a chicken all his interests in bandits just naturally fades out. Sammy got neither and just as he was about to be killed by the ferocious Mexicans he awoke from his terrible dream. (517 ft) Page 10 Review: Motography, 26 August 1916 In this comedy cartoon, Sammy, not heeding a warning of blasting, is blown into the land of cactus.