Cool Cat, a hipster feline, drives in his dune buggy across the U.S. Southwestern desert and encounters a wacky Indian tribe.

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Cool Cat, a hipster feline, drives in his dune buggy across the U.S. Southwestern desert and encounters a wacky Indian tribe.

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20 September 1969 (USA)  »

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The last appearance of Cool Cat until "Tweety's High-Flying Adventure" in 2000. See more »

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Cool Cat: So cool it, now, ya hear?
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Injun Trouble was the last of a long series of Warner Bros. cartoons done for theatrical release
14 April 2010 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

What I'm reviewing here is the last Warner Bros. cartoon that was done on a regular theatrical schedule some 49 years after the very first one was produced called Sinkin' in the Bathtub. This one was directed by Warner veteran Bob McKimson though because of reduced budgets, it's not like many of his classic ones from the '40s and '50s. In fact, other than some amusing lines and gags, there isn't anything that I found very amusing. Among those lines I thought was funny was when the horse said, "Look who's talking" when leading character Cool Cat mentioned seeing a talking horse and when an Indian says "Why?" before Cool Cat said, "I thought Indians said how" before the red man says Groucho-like, "I know how, now I want to know why!" Nice hearing Larry Storch, yes, "F Troop"s Corporal Agarn, doing the voices even in a mediocre cartoon like this. Oh, and the last gag and the line following that was a nice way to end the Warner cartoon series though because of the political incorrectness of the material, don't expect to ever see this animated short on television. In fact, I found this on the DailyMotion site. Like I said, Injun Trouble (which also happens to be the title of a Porky Pig cartoon I previously reviewed) isn't very funny but is worth a look for anyone interested in these last Warner cartoons done on a regular schedule.


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