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* CrossdressingVoices: The female Native American maiden that asks to "Indian wrestle" with Cool Cat is clearly voiced by Larry Storch, whom provided all the voices for this cartoon. The sultry female voice Storch gives the maiden is fairly unconvincing. In prior years they would likely have just grabbed a female studio staffer and stuck her in the recording booth, but by this point the Screen Actors' Guild was cracking down on animation studios having non-actors provide voices.

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* CrossdressingVoices: The female Native American maiden that asks to "Indian wrestle" with Cool Cat is clearly voiced by Larry Storch, whom who provided all of the voices for this cartoon. The sultry female voice Storch gives the maiden is fairly unconvincing. In prior years they would likely have just grabbed a female studio staffer and stuck her in the recording booth, but by this point the Screen Actors' Guild was cracking down on animation studios having non-actors provide voices.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Due to its prominent racial humor (the title alone is a red flag) and being produced during the very unpopular Seven Arts era of Looney Tunes (unlike the WesternAnimation/CensoredEleven which were produced during the Looney Tunes' heyday), this cartoon has yet to see a home video release and is unlikely to get one anytime soon (unless HBO Max streams every Warner Bros cartoon ever made, including the rare and controversial ones). It wasn't even until the 2010s that a copy of the cartoon that didn't have a timecode on the print became easily accessible.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Due to its prominent racial humor (the title alone is a red flag) and being produced during the very unpopular Seven Arts era of Looney Tunes (unlike the WesternAnimation/CensoredEleven which were produced during the Looney Tunes' heyday), this cartoon has yet to see a home video release and is unlikely to get one anytime soon (unless HBO Max streams every Warner Bros cartoon ever made, including the rare and controversial ones). soon. It wasn't even until the 2010s that a copy of the cartoon that didn't have a timecode on the print became easily accessible.accessible, and it is the only Cool Cat short to not be restored on Creator/HBOMax (along with the Merlin the Magic Mouse short "Hocus Pocus Powwow" for similar stereotypes).


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Due to its prominent racial humor (the title alone is a red flag) and being produced during the very unpopular Seven Arts era of Looney Tunes (unlike the WesternAnimation/CensoredEleven which were produced during the Looney Tunes' heyday), this cartoon has yet to see a home video release and is unlikely to get one anytime soon (unless HBO Max streams every Warner Bros cartoon ever made, including the rare and controversial ones). It wasn't even until the 2010s that a copy of the cartoon that didn't have a timecode on the print became easily accessible.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Due to its prominent racial humor (the title alone is a red flag) and being produced during the very unpopular Seven Arts era of Looney Tunes (unlike the WesternAnimation/CensoredEleven which were produced during the Looney Tunes' heyday), this cartoon has yet to see a home video release and is unlikely to get one anytime soon (unless HBO Max streams every Warner Bros cartoon ever made, including the rare and controversial ones). It wasn't even until the 2010s that a copy of the cartoon that didn't have a timecode on the print became easily accessible.accessible.
* OldShame: Like the rest of the Seven Arts cartoons, Warner Bros. isn't too proud of this one.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Due to its prominent racial humor (the title alone is a red flag) and being produced during the very unpopular Seven Arts era of Looney Tunes (unlike the WesternAnimation/CensoredEleven which were produced during Looney Tunes' heyday), this cartoon has yet to see a home video release and is unlikely to get one anytime soon (unless HBO Max streams every Warner Bros cartoon ever made, including the rare and controversial ones). It wasn't even until the 2010s that a copy of the cartoon that didn't have a timecode on the print became easily accessible.

to:

* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Due to its prominent racial humor (the title alone is a red flag) and being produced during the very unpopular Seven Arts era of Looney Tunes (unlike the WesternAnimation/CensoredEleven which were produced during the Looney Tunes' heyday), this cartoon has yet to see a home video release and is unlikely to get one anytime soon (unless HBO Max streams every Warner Bros cartoon ever made, including the rare and controversial ones). It wasn't even until the 2010s that a copy of the cartoon that didn't have a timecode on the print became easily accessible.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Due to its prominent racial humor (the title alone is a red flag) and being produced during the very unpopular Seven Arts era of Looney Tunes (unlike the UsefulNotes/CensoredEleven which were produced during Looney Tunes' heyday_, this cartoon has yet to see a home video release and is unlikely to get one anytime soon (unless HBO Max streams every Warner Bros cartoon ever made, including the rare and controversial ones). It wasn't even until the 2010s that a copy of the cartoon that didn't have a timecode on the print became easily accessible.

to:

* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Due to its prominent racial humor (the title alone is a red flag) and being produced during the very unpopular Seven Arts era of Looney Tunes (unlike the UsefulNotes/CensoredEleven WesternAnimation/CensoredEleven which were produced during Looney Tunes' heyday_, heyday), this cartoon has yet to see a home video release and is unlikely to get one anytime soon (unless HBO Max streams every Warner Bros cartoon ever made, including the rare and controversial ones). It wasn't even until the 2010s that a copy of the cartoon that didn't have a timecode on the print became easily accessible.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Due to its prominent racial humor (the title alone is a red flag) and being produced during the very unpopular Seven Arts era of Looney Tunes, this cartoon has yet to see a home video release and is unlikely to get one anytime soon (unless HBO Max streams every Warner Bros cartoon ever made, including the rare and controversial ones). It wasn't even until the 2010s that a copy of the cartoon that didn't have a timecode on the print became easily accessible.

to:

* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Due to its prominent racial humor (the title alone is a red flag) and being produced during the very unpopular Seven Arts era of Looney Tunes, Tunes (unlike the UsefulNotes/CensoredEleven which were produced during Looney Tunes' heyday_, this cartoon has yet to see a home video release and is unlikely to get one anytime soon (unless HBO Max streams every Warner Bros cartoon ever made, including the rare and controversial ones). It wasn't even until the 2010s that a copy of the cartoon that didn't have a timecode on the print became easily accessible.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Due to its prominent racial humor (the title alone is a red flag) and being produced during the very unpopular Seven Arts era of Looney Tunes, this cartoon has yet to see a home video release and is unlikely to get one anytime soon. It wasn't even until the 2010s that a copy of the cartoon that didn't have a timecode on the print became easily accessible.

to:

* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Due to its prominent racial humor (the title alone is a red flag) and being produced during the very unpopular Seven Arts era of Looney Tunes, this cartoon has yet to see a home video release and is unlikely to get one anytime soon.soon (unless HBO Max streams every Warner Bros cartoon ever made, including the rare and controversial ones). It wasn't even until the 2010s that a copy of the cartoon that didn't have a timecode on the print became easily accessible.


* CrossdressingVoices: The female Native American maiden that asks to "Indian wrestle" with Cool Cat is clearly voiced by Larry Storch, whom provided all the voices for this cartoon. The sultry female voice Storch gives the maiden is fairly unconvincing.

to:

* CrossdressingVoices: The female Native American maiden that asks to "Indian wrestle" with Cool Cat is clearly voiced by Larry Storch, whom provided all the voices for this cartoon. The sultry female voice Storch gives the maiden is fairly unconvincing. In prior years they would likely have just grabbed a female studio staffer and stuck her in the recording booth, but by this point the Screen Actors' Guild was cracking down on animation studios having non-actors provide voices.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Due to its prominent racial humor (the title alone is a red flag) and being produced during the very unpopular Seven Arts era of Looney Tunes, this cartoon has yet to see a home video release and is unlikely to get one anytime soon.

to:

* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Due to its prominent racial humor (the title alone is a red flag) and being produced during the very unpopular Seven Arts era of Looney Tunes, this cartoon has yet to see a home video release and is unlikely to get one anytime soon. It wasn't even until the 2010s that a copy of the cartoon that didn't have a timecode on the print became easily accessible.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Due to its prominent racial humor (the title alone is a red flag) and being produced during the very unpopular Seven Arts era of Looney Tunes, this cartoon has set to see a home video release and is unlikely to get one anytime soon.

to:

* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Due to its prominent racial humor (the title alone is a red flag) and being produced during the very unpopular Seven Arts era of Looney Tunes, this cartoon has set yet to see a home video release and is unlikely to get one anytime soon.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Besides being produced during the very unpopular Seven Arts era of Looney Tunes and its prominent racial humor (the title alone is a red flag) this cartoon has set to see a home video release and is unlikely to get one anytime soon.

to:

* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Besides Due to its prominent racial humor (the title alone is a red flag) and being produced during the very unpopular Seven Arts era of Looney Tunes and its prominent racial humor (the title alone is a red flag) Tunes, this cartoon has set to see a home video release and is unlikely to get one anytime soon.

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* CrossdressingVoices: The female Native American maiden that asks to "Indian wrestle" with Cool Cat is clearly voiced by Larry Storch, whom provided all the voices for this cartoon. The sultry female voice Storch gives the maiden is fairly unconvincing.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Besides being produced during the very unpopular Seven Arts era of Looney Tunes and its prominent racial humor (the title alone is a red flag) this cartoon has set to see a home video release and is unlikely to get one anytime soon.

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