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Comic Cavalcade #14 is an issue of the series Comic Cavalcade (Volume 1) with a cover date of April, 1946.

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Synopsis for Green Lantern: "Mayhem Comes to Town"

Alan Scott is on hand as two famous big game hunters, Samba Sahib (and his retinue of trained chimps) and Captain Keen (with his retinue of albino pygmies) disembark from the same ship. When the two hunters see each other they accuse the other of trying to steal some big opportunity from them and declare a blood feud. Alan leaves this altercation behind to hurry to an interview with actor Ronny Ham, but reconsiders when the hunters and their underlings start a war in the streets. He changes to Green Lantern and intervenes, but strangely the police merely tell the hunters to do a "publicity stunt" that isn't so disruptive next time.

Green Lantern and Doiby interject themselves into another battle between the hunters and get bonked unconscious by wooden clubs, then carted away by a mysterious third party. The kidnappers insist they aren't criminals, they're stuntmen, and when it turns out Ronny Ham hired them and refuses to release the heroes because the hunters fighting it out is great free publicity, Green Lantern figures out what's going on. One of the hunters' chimpanzees has fallen in love with Doiby and frees the two heroes, allowing Green Lantern to catch up to the hunters in front of a movie theater. He explains what this was all about: the hunters were after the chance to star in a thriller movie about adventures in Africa. That movie's playing at the theater they were fighting in front of, meaning there's nothing for them to fight over. The hunters call off their feud, and are glad they missed their shot at Hollywood fame when they actually watch the "corny film" and laugh themselves silly.

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