Injun Trouble is a 1938 Looney Tunes cartoon starring Porky Pig and directed by Bob Clampett. It was later remade in color as "Wagon Heels", also directed by Bob Clampett. It should not be confused with the 1969 short with the same name, which was also the final Looney Tunes short in the golden age of animation.
Porky is leading a wagon that is going into Injun Joe territory. He finds himself at odds with the super-chief. Sloppy Moe has a secret about the Injun Joe attack, but he won't tell Porky.
- (2017) DVD - Porky Pig 101, Disc 2
On Cartoon Network airings of this cartoon, the sequence where "Joe" chops a Statue of Liberty from a tree was deleted, only showing Porky & Injun Joe coming down the side of the Statue.
- Most syndicated prints along with the computer colorized version have the 1939-43 Porky drum ending, although the ending audio is correct, this must have been a goof-up when WB syndicated the cartoons. It is unknown if an original survives.
- This is one of the Redrawn Colorized cartoons that used original theatrical opening and closing titles but retraced.
- Since the cancellation of The Bob Clampett Show, this short hardly ever airs on television due to its prominent Native American stereotyping, much like its remake "Wagon Heels".