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* ValuesDissonance: The stereotypical depiction of Native Americans in the film was barely acceptable even when the film came out, much less in the years afterward. This is doubtlessly part of the reason the cartoon is so hard to find nowadays, as Warner Bros. barely acknowledges its existence (well, that, and the fact that the short just wasn't very good and was made when a lot of Warner Bros. output was just as bad as this, if not worse).

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* ValuesDissonance: The stereotypical depiction of Native Americans in the film was barely acceptable even when the film came out, much less in the years afterward. This is doubtlessly part of the reason the cartoon is so hard to find nowadays, as Warner Bros. [[OldShame barely acknowledges its existence existence]] (well, that, and the fact that the short just wasn't very good and was made when a lot of Warner Bros. output was just as bad as this, if not worse).


* ValuesDissonance: The stereotypical depiction of Native Americans in the film was barely acceptable even when the film came out, much less in the years afterward. This is doubtlessly part of the reason the cartoon is so hard to find nowadays, as Warner Bros. barely acknowledges its existence.

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* ValuesDissonance: The stereotypical depiction of Native Americans in the film was barely acceptable even when the film came out, much less in the years afterward. This is doubtlessly part of the reason the cartoon is so hard to find nowadays, as Warner Bros. barely acknowledges its existence.existence (well, that, and the fact that the short just wasn't very good and was made when a lot of Warner Bros. output was just as bad as this, if not worse).


* ValuesDissonance: The stereotypical depiction of Native Americans in the film was barely acceptable even when the film came out, much less in the years afterward.

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* ValuesDissonance: The stereotypical depiction of Native Americans in the film was barely acceptable even when the film came out, much less in the years afterward. This is doubtlessly part of the reason the cartoon is so hard to find nowadays, as Warner Bros. barely acknowledges its existence.

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* ValuesDissonance: The stereotypical depiction of Native Americans in the film was barely acceptable even when the film came out, much less in the years afterward.

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