Big chief comic strip

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His engagement to the shapely Princess Minnie Ha-Cha was mostly played for laughs. By , however, his adventures took on a somewhat more serious tone. An exploration of Big Chief Wahoo as a rare Native American lead of a comic strip, however humorous, is long over due. Big Chief Wahoo is described as a Seminole Indian of short stature, though his residence in Teepee City would suggest he is from one of the Plains tribes.

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The Ignoble Savage: The Buffoon. Initially it was going to be a strip based on W. Fields, but that idea never saw print. The initial star of the strip was supposed to be a character called The Great Gusto, a quack medicine salesman. Wahoo's role was to help Gusto with his scheme.