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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Cool Cat enthusiastically enters a "Topless Saloon", but is disappointed to find out that the only topless person there is the (male) bartender. Notably, this cartoon was one of the few WB cartoons to be released after the end of UsefulNotes/TheHaysCode.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Cool Cat enthusiastically enters a "Topless Saloon", but is disappointed to find out that the only topless person there is the (male) bartender. Notably, this cartoon was one of the few WB cartoons to be released after the end of UsefulNotes/TheHaysCode.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Cool Cat enthusiastically enters a "Topless Saloon", but is disappointed to find out that the only topless person there is the (male) bartender. Notably, this cartoon was one of the few WB cartoons to be released after the end of UsefulNotes/TheHaysCode.


''Injun Trouble'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1969]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' cartoon, starring Cool Cat and directed by Creator/RobertMcKimson. It is notable, if only for being both the 1000th Warner Bros. cartoon released, the [[EndOfAnAge very last cartoon released by the original Looney Tunes studio]], and the rarest one to find, considering that it only aired once on American television and most versions out there can be found on online video sites, either in another language or with a timecode on it. This cartoon has been widely panned by fans and critics due to its poor animation (by this point, it wouldn't be out of place on television), William Lava's bland music score, overuse of limited Hanna-Barbera sound effects and a weak storyline as well as the blatant racial stereotypes (the title alone should be a warning) that were barely acceptable in 1969 let alone today and unclever attempts at innuendo (the "Topless Saloon"). It is widely considered an unsatisfactory end to the theatrical run of the ''Merrie Melodies'' shorts and is often considered to be one of the worst cartoons Creator/WarnerBros has ever made.

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''Injun Trouble'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1969]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' cartoon, starring Cool Cat and directed by Creator/RobertMcKimson. It is notable, if only for being both the 1000th Warner Bros. cartoon released, the [[EndOfAnAge very last cartoon released by the original Looney Tunes studio]], and the rarest one to find, considering that it only aired once on American television and most versions out there can be found on online video sites, either in another language or with a timecode on it. This cartoon has been widely panned by fans and critics due to its poor animation (by this point, it wouldn't be out of place on television), William Lava's bland music score, overuse of limited Hanna-Barbera sound effects and a weak storyline as well as the blatant racial stereotypes (the title alone should be a warning) that were barely acceptable in 1969 let alone today and unclever attempts at innuendo (the "Topless Saloon"). It is widely considered an unsatisfactory end to the theatrical run of the ''Merrie Melodies'' shorts and is often considered to be one of the worst cartoons Creator/WarnerBros has ever made.\n


''Injun Trouble'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1969]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' cartoon, starring Cool Cat and directed by Creator/RobertMcKimson. It is notable, if only for being both the 1000th Warner Bros. cartoon released, the [[EndOfAnAge very last cartoon released by the original Looney Tunes studio]], and the rarest one to find, considering that it only aired once on American television and most versions out there can be found on online video sites, either in another language or with a timecode on it. This cartoon has been widely panned by fans and critics due to its poor animation (by this point, it wouldn't be out of place on television), William Lava's bland music score, overuse of limited Hanna-Barbera sound effects and a weak storyline as well as the blatant racial stereotypes (the title alone should be a warning) that were barely acceptable in 1969 let alone today and unclever attempts at innuendo (the "Topless Saloon"). It is widely considered an unsatisfactory end to the theatrical run of the ''Merrie Melodies'' shorts and is also considered to be the worst cartoon Creator/WarnerBros has ever made (though some people consider ''WesternAnimation/SeeYaLaterGladiator'' to be worse).

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''Injun Trouble'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1969]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' cartoon, starring Cool Cat and directed by Creator/RobertMcKimson. It is notable, if only for being both the 1000th Warner Bros. cartoon released, the [[EndOfAnAge very last cartoon released by the original Looney Tunes studio]], and the rarest one to find, considering that it only aired once on American television and most versions out there can be found on online video sites, either in another language or with a timecode on it. This cartoon has been widely panned by fans and critics due to its poor animation (by this point, it wouldn't be out of place on television), William Lava's bland music score, overuse of limited Hanna-Barbera sound effects and a weak storyline as well as the blatant racial stereotypes (the title alone should be a warning) that were barely acceptable in 1969 let alone today and unclever attempts at innuendo (the "Topless Saloon"). It is widely considered an unsatisfactory end to the theatrical run of the ''Merrie Melodies'' shorts and is also often considered to be one of the worst cartoon cartoons Creator/WarnerBros has ever made (though some people consider ''WesternAnimation/SeeYaLaterGladiator'' to be worse).
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* LimitedSoundEffects: When one of the Indians tries painting a ring around his teepee, his paintbrush makes a "Poof!" sound effect when it initially touches the teepee. This was obviously because the sound editors at Warner Bros. Animation did not have the proper sound effect for using a paintbrush at the time.



* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: Cool Cat pulls this off at the end; after finding out that his opponent in cards has a gun, he literally cuts himself out of the cartoon.

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* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: Cool Cat pulls this off at the end; after finding out that his opponent in cards has a gun, he literally cuts himself out of the cartoon.cartoon.
* SoundDefect: When one of the Indians tries painting a ring around his teepee, his paintbrush makes a "Poof!" sound effect when it initially touches the teepee. This was obviously because the sound editors at Warner Bros. Animation [[LimitedSoundEffects did not have the proper sound effect]] for using a paintbrush at the time.


''Injun Trouble'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1969]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' cartoon, starring Cool Cat and directed by Creator/RobertMcKimson. It is notable, if only for being both the 1000th Warner Bros. cartoon released, the [[EndOfAnAge very last cartoon released by the original Looney Tunes studio]], and the rarest one to find, considering that it only aired once on American television and most versions out there can be found on online video sites, either in another language or with a timecode on it. This cartoon has been widely panned by fans and critics due to its poor animation (by this point, it wouldn't be out of place on television), William Lava's bland music score, overuse of limited Hanna-Barbera sound effects and a weak storyline as well as the blatant racial stereotypes (the title along should be a warning) that were barely acceptable in 1969 let alone today and unclever attempts at innuendo (the "Topless Saloon"). It is widely considered an unsatisfactory end to the theatrical run of the ''Merrie Melodies'' shorts and is also considered to be the worst cartoon Creator/WarnerBros has ever made (though some people consider ''WesternAnimation/SeeYaLaterGladiator'' to be worse).

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''Injun Trouble'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1969]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' cartoon, starring Cool Cat and directed by Creator/RobertMcKimson. It is notable, if only for being both the 1000th Warner Bros. cartoon released, the [[EndOfAnAge very last cartoon released by the original Looney Tunes studio]], and the rarest one to find, considering that it only aired once on American television and most versions out there can be found on online video sites, either in another language or with a timecode on it. This cartoon has been widely panned by fans and critics due to its poor animation (by this point, it wouldn't be out of place on television), William Lava's bland music score, overuse of limited Hanna-Barbera sound effects and a weak storyline as well as the blatant racial stereotypes (the title along alone should be a warning) that were barely acceptable in 1969 let alone today and unclever attempts at innuendo (the "Topless Saloon"). It is widely considered an unsatisfactory end to the theatrical run of the ''Merrie Melodies'' shorts and is also considered to be the worst cartoon Creator/WarnerBros has ever made (though some people consider ''WesternAnimation/SeeYaLaterGladiator'' to be worse).


''Injun Trouble'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1969]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' cartoon, starring Cool Cat and directed by Creator/RobertMcKimson. It is notable, if only for being both the 1000th Warner Bros. cartoon released, the [[EndOfAnAge very last cartoon released by the original Looney Tunes studio]], and the rarest one to find, considering that it only aired once on American television and most versions out there can be found on online video sites, either in another language or with a timecode on it. This cartoon has been widely panned by fans and critics due to its poor animation (by this point, it wouldn't be out of place on television), William Lava's bland music score, overuse of limited Hanna-Barbera sound effects and a weak storyline as well as the blatant racial stereotypes (the title along should be a warning) that were barely acceptable in 1969 let alone today and unclever attempts at innuendo (the "Topless Saloon"). It is widely considered an unsatisfactory end to the theatrical run of the ''Looney Tunes'' shorts and is also considered to be the worst cartoon Creator/WarnerBros has ever made (though some people consider ''WesternAnimation/SeeYaLaterGladiator'' to be worse).

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''Injun Trouble'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1969]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' cartoon, starring Cool Cat and directed by Creator/RobertMcKimson. It is notable, if only for being both the 1000th Warner Bros. cartoon released, the [[EndOfAnAge very last cartoon released by the original Looney Tunes studio]], and the rarest one to find, considering that it only aired once on American television and most versions out there can be found on online video sites, either in another language or with a timecode on it. This cartoon has been widely panned by fans and critics due to its poor animation (by this point, it wouldn't be out of place on television), William Lava's bland music score, overuse of limited Hanna-Barbera sound effects and a weak storyline as well as the blatant racial stereotypes (the title along should be a warning) that were barely acceptable in 1969 let alone today and unclever attempts at innuendo (the "Topless Saloon"). It is widely considered an unsatisfactory end to the theatrical run of the ''Looney Tunes'' ''Merrie Melodies'' shorts and is also considered to be the worst cartoon Creator/WarnerBros has ever made (though some people consider ''WesternAnimation/SeeYaLaterGladiator'' to be worse).


''Injun Trouble'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1969]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' cartoon, starring Cool Cat and directed by Creator/RobertMcKimson. It is notable, if only for being both the 1000th Warner Bros. cartoon released, the [[EndOfAnAge very last cartoon released by the original Looney Tunes studio]], and the rarest one to find, considering that it only aired once on American television and most versions out there can be found on online video sites, either in another language or with a timecode on it. This cartoon has been widely panned by fans and critics due to its poor animation, William Lava's bland music score, overuse of limited Hanna-Barbera sound effects and a weak storyline as well as the blatant racial stereotypes (the title along should be a warning) that were barely acceptable in 1969 let alone today and unclever attempts at innuendo (the "Topless Saloon"). It is widely considered an unsatisfactory end to the theatrical run of the ''Looney Tunes'' shorts and is also considered to be the worst cartoon Creator/WarnerBros has ever made (though some people consider ''WesternAnimation/SeeYaLaterGladiator'' to be worse).

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''Injun Trouble'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1969]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' cartoon, starring Cool Cat and directed by Creator/RobertMcKimson. It is notable, if only for being both the 1000th Warner Bros. cartoon released, the [[EndOfAnAge very last cartoon released by the original Looney Tunes studio]], and the rarest one to find, considering that it only aired once on American television and most versions out there can be found on online video sites, either in another language or with a timecode on it. This cartoon has been widely panned by fans and critics due to its poor animation, animation (by this point, it wouldn't be out of place on television), William Lava's bland music score, overuse of limited Hanna-Barbera sound effects and a weak storyline as well as the blatant racial stereotypes (the title along should be a warning) that were barely acceptable in 1969 let alone today and unclever attempts at innuendo (the "Topless Saloon"). It is widely considered an unsatisfactory end to the theatrical run of the ''Looney Tunes'' shorts and is also considered to be the worst cartoon Creator/WarnerBros has ever made (though some people consider ''WesternAnimation/SeeYaLaterGladiator'' to be worse).


''Injun Trouble'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1969]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' cartoon, starring Cool Cat and directed by Creator/RobertMcKimson. It is notable, if only for being both the 1000th Warner Bros. cartoon released, the [[EndOfAnAge very last cartoon released by the original Looney Tunes studio]], and the rarest one to find, considering that it only aired once on American television and most versions out there can be found on online video sites, either in another language or with a timecode on it. Aside from (maybe) ''WesternAnimation/SeeYaLaterGladiator'', this cartoon is often considered to be the worst Creator/WarnerBros cartoon ever made due to its poor animation, William Lava's bland music score, overuse of limited Hanna-Barbera sound effects and a weak storyline as well as the blatant racial stereotypes (the title along should be a warning) that were barely acceptable in 1969 let alone today and unclever attempts at innuendo (the "Topless Saloon"). Even if people don't consider it the worst cartoon, it is widely considered an unsatisfactory end to the theatrical run of the ''Looney Tunes'' shorts.

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''Injun Trouble'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1969]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' cartoon, starring Cool Cat and directed by Creator/RobertMcKimson. It is notable, if only for being both the 1000th Warner Bros. cartoon released, the [[EndOfAnAge very last cartoon released by the original Looney Tunes studio]], and the rarest one to find, considering that it only aired once on American television and most versions out there can be found on online video sites, either in another language or with a timecode on it. Aside from (maybe) ''WesternAnimation/SeeYaLaterGladiator'', this This cartoon is often considered to be the worst Creator/WarnerBros cartoon ever made has been widely panned by fans and critics due to its poor animation, William Lava's bland music score, overuse of limited Hanna-Barbera sound effects and a weak storyline as well as the blatant racial stereotypes (the title along should be a warning) that were barely acceptable in 1969 let alone today and unclever attempts at innuendo (the "Topless Saloon"). Even if people don't consider it the worst cartoon, it It is widely considered an unsatisfactory end to the theatrical run of the ''Looney Tunes'' shorts.
shorts and is also considered to be the worst cartoon Creator/WarnerBros has ever made (though some people consider ''WesternAnimation/SeeYaLaterGladiator'' to be worse).


''Injun Trouble'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1969]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' cartoon, starring Cool Cat and directed by Creator/RobertMcKimson. It is notable, if only for being both the 1000th Warner Bros. cartoon released, the [[EndOfAnAge very last cartoon released by the original Looney Tunes studio]], and the rarest one to find, considering that it only aired once on American television and most versions out there can be found on online video sites, either in another language or with a timecode on it. Aside from (maybe) ''WesternAnimation/SeeYaLaterGladiator'', this cartoon is often considered to be the worst Creator/WarnerBros cartoon ever made due to its poor animation, William Lava's bland music score, overuse of limited Hanna-Barbera sound effects and a weak storyline as well as the blatant racial stereotypes (the title along should be a warning) that were barely acceptable in 1969 let alone today and unclever attempts at innuendo (the "Topless Saloon")

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''Injun Trouble'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1969]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' cartoon, starring Cool Cat and directed by Creator/RobertMcKimson. It is notable, if only for being both the 1000th Warner Bros. cartoon released, the [[EndOfAnAge very last cartoon released by the original Looney Tunes studio]], and the rarest one to find, considering that it only aired once on American television and most versions out there can be found on online video sites, either in another language or with a timecode on it. Aside from (maybe) ''WesternAnimation/SeeYaLaterGladiator'', this cartoon is often considered to be the worst Creator/WarnerBros cartoon ever made due to its poor animation, William Lava's bland music score, overuse of limited Hanna-Barbera sound effects and a weak storyline as well as the blatant racial stereotypes (the title along should be a warning) that were barely acceptable in 1969 let alone today and unclever attempts at innuendo (the "Topless Saloon")
Saloon"). Even if people don't consider it the worst cartoon, it is widely considered an unsatisfactory end to the theatrical run of the ''Looney Tunes'' shorts.


''Injun Trouble'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1969]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' cartoon, starring Cool Cat and directed by Creator/RobertMcKimson. It is notable, if only for being both the 1000th Warner Bros. cartoon released, the [[EndOfAnAge very last cartoon released by the original Looney Tunes studio]], and the rarest one to find, considering that it only aired once on American television and most versions out there can be found on online video sites, either in another language or with a timecode on it.

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''Injun Trouble'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1969]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' cartoon, starring Cool Cat and directed by Creator/RobertMcKimson. It is notable, if only for being both the 1000th Warner Bros. cartoon released, the [[EndOfAnAge very last cartoon released by the original Looney Tunes studio]], and the rarest one to find, considering that it only aired once on American television and most versions out there can be found on online video sites, either in another language or with a timecode on it.
it. Aside from (maybe) ''WesternAnimation/SeeYaLaterGladiator'', this cartoon is often considered to be the worst Creator/WarnerBros cartoon ever made due to its poor animation, William Lava's bland music score, overuse of limited Hanna-Barbera sound effects and a weak storyline as well as the blatant racial stereotypes (the title along should be a warning) that were barely acceptable in 1969 let alone today and unclever attempts at innuendo (the "Topless Saloon")


''Injun Trouble'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1969]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' cartoon, starring Cool Cat and directed by Creator/RobertMcKimson. It is notable, if only for being both the 1000th Warner Bros. cartoon released, the [[EndOfAnAge very last cartoon released by the original Looney Tunes studio]], and the rarest one to find, considering that it only aired once on American television and most versions out there can be found on online video sites, either in another language or with a time-stamp on it.

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''Injun Trouble'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1969]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' cartoon, starring Cool Cat and directed by Creator/RobertMcKimson. It is notable, if only for being both the 1000th Warner Bros. cartoon released, the [[EndOfAnAge very last cartoon released by the original Looney Tunes studio]], and the rarest one to find, considering that it only aired once on American television and most versions out there can be found on online video sites, either in another language or with a time-stamp timecode on it.


''Injun Trouble'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1969]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' cartoon, starring Cool Cat and directed by Creator/RobertMcKimson. It is notable, if only for being both the 1000th Warner Bros. cartoon released and for being the [[EndOfAnAge very last cartoon released by the original Looney Tunes studio]].

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''Injun Trouble'' is a [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation 1969]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' cartoon, starring Cool Cat and directed by Creator/RobertMcKimson. It is notable, if only for being both the 1000th Warner Bros. cartoon released and for being released, the [[EndOfAnAge very last cartoon released by the original Looney Tunes studio]].
studio]], and the rarest one to find, considering that it only aired once on American television and most versions out there can be found on online video sites, either in another language or with a time-stamp on it.



Finally arriving in Hotfoot, Cool Cat spots two horses playing human shoes, and a "Horse Doctor" who really is an equine. After that, Cool Cat spots a "Topless Saloon" and heads in, but finds out that the only topless person in there is the bartender, a rather burly man. An outlaw named Gower Gulch then arrives and seemingly challenges Cool Cat to a duel, but then settles for a game of poker. Cool Cat gets a good hand with four aces, but Gulch has a royal flush. Announcing that he is "cutting out," Cool Cat produces a pair of scissors and cuts a hole out of the background, which he then disappears into. He then reappears for a moment and ends the cartoon (and the original series' run) with the words "So cool it now, ya hear?"

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Finally Finally, arriving in Hotfoot, Cool Cat spots two horses playing human shoes, and a "Horse Doctor" who really is an equine. After that, Cool Cat spots a "Topless Saloon" and heads in, but finds out that the only topless person in there is the bartender, a rather burly man. An outlaw named Gower Gulch then arrives and seemingly challenges Cool Cat to a duel, but then settles for a game of poker. Cool Cat gets a good hand with four aces, but Gulch has a royal flush. Announcing that he is "cutting out," Cool Cat produces a pair of scissors and cuts a hole out of the background, which he then disappears into. He then reappears for a moment and ends the cartoon (and the original series' run) with the words "So cool it now, ya hear?"


* AnimationBump: The male Indian running off in the scene featured in the above shot, after giving Cool Cat a fat squaw.

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* AnimationBump: The male Indian running off in the scene featured in the above shot, after giving Cool Cat a fat squaw.squaw has better animation than the rest of the short.


* RandomEventsPlot: It's a mark of how far quality at WB animation had fallen by the end. Looney Tunes cartoons always had a story, even if it was something as basic as Bugs running from Elmer or Sylvester trying to eat Tweety. There's no story in "Injun Trouble". It's just a series of random gags from beginning to end.

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* RandomEventsPlot: It's a mark of how far quality at WB animation had fallen by the end. Looney Tunes cartoons always had a story, even if it was something as basic as Bugs running from Elmer or Sylvester trying to eat Tweety. There's no story in "Injun Trouble". It's just a series of random gags from beginning to end.end.
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: Cool Cat pulls this off at the end; after finding out that his opponent in cards has a gun, he literally cuts himself out of the cartoon.

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