Pinhead is ridiculed by the other boys on the way to the fishing hole.

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A group of boys plan to go fishing. They don't want Pinhead to come along, but he's the only one able to find any worms for bait. On the way to the fishing hole, the other boys bully Pinhead into chipping in to buy a used car. When Pinhead fills the car's tires with helium, it begins floating. The boys finally land in the fishing hole, where Pinhead catches a fish. Written by Melissa

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30 September 1936 (USA)  »

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'Pinhead' And The Gang
8 May 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The hero of this story is "Pinhead," a term I never hear outside of "The O'Reilly Factor," where the host calls dopey people "pinheads." Here, the neighborhood kids call the wimpy, little one "Pinhead." He's obviously the outcast of the group.

The gang wants to go fishing but don't want him around. However, they can't find any worms but Pinhead finds them (at the golf course, in a strange scene.) What happens with the fishing is pretty good; not laugh-out-loud stuff but mildly entertaining and better and better as the cartoon goes on. Without spoiling anything, let's just say Pinhead has some wild adventures.

I've read where this was the last of the Ub Iwerks cartoons, so it is noteworthy for that, if nothing else. It's also in color. This cartoon was viewed on a DVD called "Cartoons That Time Forget: The UB Iwerks Collection Vol. 1."


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