Westward Whoa

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Westward Whoa
Looney Tunes series
Directed by Jack King
Produced by Leon Schlesinger
Voices by Tommy Bond
Bernice Hansen
Music by Norman Spencer
Animation by Paul Smith
Ben Clopton
Distributed by Warner Bros.
Release date(s) April 25, 1936 (USA)
Color process Black-and-white
Running time 7 minutes
Language English
Preceded by The Blow Out
Followed by Plane Dippy

Westward Whoa is an animated short film in the Looney Tunes series. It marks the final appearance of Ham and Ex, and the penultimate for Beans and Little Kitty. The film is also in the public domain.[1]

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Beans and his companions travelling and exploring in a wagon train. At the front, Beans plays an accordion, and Little Kitty strums a banjo. The two also sing while the rest harmonise. Soon the travellers set up camp in the woods and enjoy their night.

Ham and Ex sneak out to explore a bit, but then they notice some feathers around a boulder and raise an alarm of Native Americans. When Beans shoots at the feathers it is revealed to be a turkey. Ham and Ex of course knew that and Beans warns them not to create anymore false alarms.

Just to spice up their little adventure and to entertain themselves, Ham and Ex perform the Indian charge call. This raises another alarm, so Ham and Ex hide in the woods and stumble into an actual Native. The Native gives chase, but the pups escape and head back to camp to warn everyone. No one believes and this is another of their pranks. Ham and Ex then hide themselves in a chest. Shortly the whole Native tribe arrives, alerting the camp. The explorers manage to counter the invasion, while Ham and Ex and nabbed by one of the Natives. Beans rescues them by tossing a foothold trap at their captive. As the pups watch Beans plays a little prank on them with a holler call, scaring them into chest.

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