This post was prompted by blog reader J Lee's comment left on the 'Date to Edit' post -
"There's also an out-of-sequence scene in an earlier 1938 Willard Bowsky Popeye cartoon, "Big Chief Ugh-Amugh-Ugh", where the segments with the fire starting and the bow shooting and split in two, with the Indians' actions in the middle of the cartoon and Popeye's reactions moved to after he eats his Spinach at the end. Both gags can be merged together into a pair of seamless scenes."
After reading J Lee's comment I decided to edit and reassemble the scenes of animation cited in his comment. It started to look like a different cartoon had been originally planned and on a hunch I edited the rest of the cartoon to work around the reassembled scenes of animation, taking an educated guess at what the scene order may have been. (I'm assuming it was originally planned without the edits and I'm also assuming that there was no extra story material cut)
I always felt the screen direction of 'Big Chief Ugh-Amugh-Ugh' was awkward and after starting to edit I realized the scenes could be shifted to clean it up. It all seems to fit together well (apart from the post synched dialogue) but makes a less exciting cartoon.