The year is 1886, and Sergeant Bugs is assigned to protect a U.S. Calvary outpost, Fort Lariat, from invaders. Yosemite Sam, accompanied by local Indians, attempts to invade the fort and fails on several occasions, aggravating the Indians in the process. The story concludes with Bugs and Sam in the middle of a clash between the returning Calvary and the Indians. Bugs manages to escape into a hole in the ground, while Sam and his mule do not-and get flattened.
- On The Merrie Melodies Show, the entire sequence of Bugs Bunny shooting the Indians attacking the fort and singing "Ten Little Indians" as he marks off the number of Indians he's killed (and shortening one of the tallies after he notices that the one he shot was a half-breed) was cut.  Strangely, the Merrie Melodies Show airing of "Tom Tom Tomcat" kept in a scene that was similar to this (though it can be theorized that since the American Indians were cats in Indian garb and not people and there was no line about one of the targets being a "half-breed", it was okay to show).
- On Nickelodeon, The "Ten Little Indians" scene was left in, but Bugs' line, "Oops, sorry. That one was a half-breed" was cut.
- Due to pressure from AOL Time Warner, this cartoon was one of 12 pulled from rotation by Cartoon Network during its 2001 "June Bugs" marathon.[citation needed|date=]
Because of the dated references to American Indians such as use of the slang "Injun," the cartoon is rarely seen on television if ever broadcast today.
- Horse Hare at SuperCartoons.net
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