Wagon Heels (1945)

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Porky leads a wagon train into "Injun Joe Territory," and finally comes up against the fearsome Superchief. But Sloppy Moe, a survivor of a previous Injun Joe attack, knows something about him he won't tell... until the very end.


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6 November 2005 | Chip_douglas
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| Introducing the men who made America what it is today
According to this history lesson, Mighty redskin Injun Joe, the Super Chief (woo woo) owned most of the USA by sheer force in the year of our Lord 1849. Luckily a Wagon Train leaves New York for California lead by fearless scout Porky Pig on his black horsey. When they stumble on a massacre sight (good gravy and heavens to Betsy!) Porky has to be a hero and take on that mighty Super Chief Injun Joe (woo woo).

Suddenly this blue tippy toed idiot character called Sloppy Moe pops up out of nowhere to agitate the Porker and us, the viewers. I really don't see how anyone could find this character even remotely funny. Luckily the Super Chief himself turns out to be pretty impressive (woo woo!), splitting mountains and everything else in his way without even lifting a finger. Bear traps, wild animals and impassible streams are nothing to him (but neither can they stop Porkys horsey from getting his master where he needs to go).

Now that screwball Sloppy Moe starts bothering the Mighty Injun (boo woo). This prompts him to attack the wagon train on his little wooden horse. The frontier men retaliate by firing talking guns straight out of Roger Rabbit's Toontown, but Joe the Mighty uses entire tree trunks for arrows and spits their bullets back at them. Yes, once again the references to war are clearly apparent. Finally Porky and Sloppy take on the incredible red skinned hulk in a surprising finale that almost, but not quite, makes you forgive Sloppy Moe for being so annoying.

8 out of 10

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Release Date:

28 July 1945

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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