"What...Indians?" is actually an extract from "Texas Across the River" (1966). This review is for the 200'/silent/subtitled reel distributed by Universal 8. It was also available on Castle Films prior to the Universal name change. The running time is 8:09 at 24 FPS. I bought this at the selling price of U.S. $5.99 (free shipping too). The feature, starring Dean Martin, was originally released in color but this is a black and white extract from the original film. The picture was a bit grainy as you can see in the screenshots below, but the subtitles are nice and big, therefore very easy to read in a split second. I have to say that this is my favorite silent/subtitled comedy as this brand of good clean humor is just my cup of tea. There are a lot of sight gags, as well as humorous (and unrealistic) dialogue amongst the Indian tribe. The reel begins with a few opening credits. Then we see a tribe of Indians looking down upon a settlement of white men. The Indian chief has blonde hair (which is one of the first visual jokes seen)! The chief commands his son to fight a white man in order to prove himself worthy of being chief himself one day. The son knocks the white man off of his horse and is swinging an ax at the top of his head while still upon his own horse (I found this ridiculous...and HILARIOUS)! They later engage in hand to hand combat. The way the white man easily gets the best of the chief's son (repeatedly I might add) is funny to me too. The settlers spot the tribe upon a hill and get the wagons in place to set up barricades. The son of the chief is ordered to shoot a flaming arrow into the settlement to signal attack. He is about as skilled with a bow and arrow as I would be! We see some silly combat between the settlers and the tribe (interspersed with witty and funny dialogue). Then a herd of steer break out of a fence and head towards the tribe. The chief yells "Make for the hills!", before the entire tribe turns around on their horses to escape from the herd. Lastly, a Calvary rushes toward the settlement in the defense of the white men as the tribe is heading in their direction. They completely bypass one another and the reel ends shortly after. It's actually a lot funnier in my opinion than what I can describe in a written review. The first time I watched it was early on a Sunday morning. The house was very quiet, I was the only one up, and I was in the living room laughing at the sight gags more than anything. I don't want to give too much away, but the reel makes me want to see the feature someday.