Preceded by thunderous crashing from the jungle, a little black bird with a syncopated hop emerges from the brush to mystify big-game hunter Inki as he attempts to track down his prey: a ferocious daddy lion.

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Preceded by thunderous crashing from the jungle, a little black bird with a syncopated hop emerges from the brush to mystify big-game hunter Inki as he attempts to track down his prey: a ferocious daddy lion.

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19 July 1941 (USA)  »

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Inki y el león  »

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Followed by Caveman Inki (1950) See more »

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Fingal's Cave Overture
Music by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
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the lion in summer
10 July 2007 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

Obviously, it's a little harder to laugh at the Inki cartoons nowadays, seeing how they portray African people (in fact, these cartoons are probably only available on YouTube). In this case, Inki becomes the target of a lion's hunger. Of course, the mystifying, immune-to-harm Minah bird - complete with his syncopated walk - might have his own ideas.

I think that they should eventually release these cartoons onto DVD, and have a disclaimer identifying that these were considered acceptable portrayals way back when, and they never meant any antagonism towards people of African descent. I think that they'd have to say something about like that. Anyway, worth seeing.


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