The Lone Chipmunk is a 1954 animated short starring Chip and Dale and Pete released April 7, 1954.


Black Pete is wanted for terrorizing and robbing towns in the Old West. Chip and Dale find Pete has been stashing stolen money in their tree and take the opportunity to capture him for the $10,000 reward. They fail to get Pete twice and he finds them and shoots at them. Chip and Dale put up a comical tricky fight with Pete and get him captured by the cavalry. Chip and Dale ride off to town known as the Lone Chipmunks.

Voice Cast


  • The animation of Pete robbing the bank and shooting up the town is reused from Two Gun Goofy.
  • The gag with Pete mistaking Dale for his gun was reused in the Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers pilot, "To the Rescue."
  • The gag with Chip and Dale entering Pete to tickle him was reused in the Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers episode, "Throw Mummy from the Train."
  • The short's title and the chipmunks' alias is a parody of the Lone Ranger.
  • This cartoon marks Pete's final appearance in the Golden Age of American animation, and the last of the three cartoons in the Chip n' Dale series.
  • This is the only cartoon to have Pete and Chip 'n Dale pairing together, til 1983 in Mickey's Christmas Carol.



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See Also
Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers
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