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Big Heel-Watha (1944)

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To prove he's a true Indian Brave, Big Heel-Watha decides to catch a squirrel - but wouldn't you know it; Screwy Squirrel is the first one he sees...

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Uncredited cast:
Paul Frees ...
Indian Chief (voice) (uncredited)
Frank Graham ...
Narrator / Interpreter (voice) (uncredited)
Wally Maher ...
Screwy Squirrel (voice) (uncredited)
Bill Thompson ...
Big Heel-Watha (voice) (uncredited)
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To prove he's a true Indian Brave, Big Heel-Watha decides to catch a squirrel - but wouldn't you know it; Screwy Squirrel is the first one he sees...

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21 October 1944 (USA)  »

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Big Heel-Watha: That squirrel makes me so mad I could just scream
[In a small voice]
Big Heel-Watha: eee!, there!.
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9 January 2007 | by (The Hague, Netherlands) – See all my reviews

'Big Heel-Watha' tells the story of an Indian with only one feather, hunting down the Screwball Squirrel. The chief has ordered every Indian to try to get some food; he who succeeds can marry his daughter. After the one-feathered Indian found some animals his mind is set on the squirrel, leading us to a couple of funny surprises in the end.

This cartoon is very funny from start to finish. The Indian village is seen as some kind of modern corporation, the Indian knows he is in a cartoon and comments on it, the scene where he chases the squirrel on water is hilarious and the ending, especially the moment between the chief and his daughter, is perfect. I highly recommend this great cartoon.


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