|Inki and the Lion|
Inki decides to hunt a lion. He ends up being hunted himself.
Like the previous Inki cartoon preceding this (and other shorts Chuck Jones directed before this), the cartoon is still mostly done in a cute style, but its more aggressive tone and unconventional humor show that Jones was already moving out of his "cute" phase.
- This is the first cartoon which Inki is given his name.
- Due to this cartoon becoming a surprise hit with moviegoers at the time of its 1941 release, Jones then directed three more Inki cartoons, "Inki and the Minah Bird", "Inki at the Circus", and "Caveman Inki", before the character was retired for good in 1950.
- The altered a.a.p. opening seen in the Cartoon Festivals VHS prints are sourced from this cartoon.
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