Cartoon Culture For those of you praying for a Mighty Mouse revival… By Jerry Beck | 07/01/2010 12:05 am | 9 Share Tweet Email Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Email 9 …here’s a remake of the Mighty Mouse theme song by a Native American singing tribe, The Black Lodge Singers. If you like this, check out their tributes to Mickey Mouse, The Flintstones and Looney Tunes. (Thank you, Milton Knight) We welcome thoughtful comments on articles, but please read our community guidelines before participating. All comments are moderated and will not immediately appear on the site; your patience is appreciated. mike stanfill Oh my gosh! I’m one-quarter Blackfoot Indian and, MAN, you just made my entire year! It’s terrific to hear such a group take a humorous approach to tribal music. uncle wayne Well, to quote Mr. Horse, “no, sir, i DON’T ‘like it!’ “ Phil Here’s something I’ve never considered hearing before. Thanks for sharing! kazzer Just finished watching david simon’s treme on HBO and this reminds me so much of the indian dancers from new orleans I just gotta smile. Autumn The Looney Tunes one made me laugh SO HARD Austin Papageorge I hear that singing is praying two times. So it is very good that they sing! Chris Sobieniak Hearing a bit of that Looney Tunes one makes me wish they’d use that in a Cartoon Network promo! (I’m being serious here too) lola oh my god that was awesome top cat james What- No “Go Go Gophers”? Previous PostPost's Beep Beep The Road Runner Cereal Next PostLive Version of What's Opera, Doc?