|Nothing But The Tooth|
Porky Pig travels by horse-pulled, covered wagon to California to join in the 1848 Gold Rush and is ambushed by a diminutive, large-nosed, nasal-voiced, ever-so-polite Mohican with glasses, who wants to scalp the west-bound pig. Porky manages to elude the little Indian by ducking at appropriate times, donning a metal helmet, speedily horse-riding and canoeing. The Indian becomes caught in a salmon net and canned in a factory. Porky arrives in California, to find the only gold that he can extract from a mine is the golden tooth belonging to the Indian.
- The copyright was renewed on 1960.
- VHS - Viddy-Oh! For Kids Cartoon Festivals: The Best of Bugs Bunny and Friends (MGM/UA Home Video)
- This print is a damaged a.a.p. print where a blue-colored (obviously not the original print) a.a.p. logo plays first, then the 1947-49 Blue Ribbon Color Rings from the "Inki and the Lion" opening appear; also notice the light blue borders. The 1939-40 version of Merrily We Roll Along plays instead of the 1941-45 version. The print then changes to another print that says "Nothing But The Tooth'". This is a MGM/UA print and probably was hacked off by United Artists in the 1980s.
- VHS - Cartoon Moviestars: Porky Pig and Company
- LaserDisc - The Golden Age of Looney Tunes, Vol. 3, Side 9: Porky and Daffy