|Krazy Kat series|
|Produced by||Charles Mintz|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|Release date(s)||August 15, 1929|
|Preceded by||Sleepy Holler|
|Followed by||Canned Music|
The short features Krazy Kat hunting for turkey. He shoots with his gun what he thinks is turkey, but turns out to be a Native American instead. The Indian chases Krazy Kat and gets caught. An anamorphic pole ties Krazy up, and the Indians light a fire below him. Krazy manages to escape from the Indians, but then the Indians start shooting arrows at him. Krazy finds his gun and uses it as a record player, and the Indians start dancing. A female Indian wants to kiss Krazy, but he hits her with his gun instead. All of the Indians get angry and try to get Krazy, but Krazy escapes from the crowd, dismantles his gun, and uses the Indians (now huddled in a circle, not realizing Krazy had escaped) as a record player.
- VHS - Big Fish (special feature at the beginning of copies with previews and at the end of copies with no previews, to co-incide with Krazy Kat's 75th anniversary)
- DVD - Big Fish (included in the bonus features menu)
- Blu-ray - Big Fish (included in the bonus features menu)
- DVD - Columbia Cartoon Collection: Volume 1.
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