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The Little Injun That Could

The Little Injun That Could

The Little Injun That Could (1938) Theatrical Cartoon The Little Injun That Could

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  • Theatrical Film
  • Traditional Animation
  • Maroon Studios
  • Cartoon Characters: Roger Rabbit, Baby Herman, Big Chief Ooh-Aah, Slipping Bull, Fandango.
  • Voice Actors: April Winchell, Charles Fleischer.
  • Directed By R. K. Maroon.
  • Produced By R. K. Maroon.
  • Written By R. K. Maroon, Andrew Norris.
  • Originally Released in 1938 (Estimate).
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

In a Western countrieside, Baby Herman and Roger Rabbit run into Big Chief Ooh-Aah, Slipping Bull and Fandango. The Indians want Herman and Roger to be cooked for supper.

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Comments By: FireballXL6
Jeepers! This must be Roger Rabbit at his finest, I've never seen him so hilarious! Maroon can take a simple genre like a Western and make us laugh at it in the best...  (read more)

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