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Porky in Wackyland (1938)

Porky in Wackyland
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Starring
Mel Blanc Mel Blanc
Porky Pig / The Do-Do / Various Wackyland Citizens
Billy Bletcher Billy Bletcher
Roaring Goon


Written by
Warren Foster Warren Foster
uncredited


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Description: Over sixty years later, this cartoon short stands out as one of the greatest achievements in this medium. Bob Clampett, given the complete freedom that producer Leon Schlesinger let him have, spun out some of the weirdest and wackiest ever made. We start out with a typical beginning for that era, Porky Pig is flying to Darkest Africa to find the last Do-Do, worth billions. But what follows is a mind bending journey, where no one evidently studied the laws of physics. Some of the humor are stock Bob Clampett jokes that are repeated in others of his cartoons, but he was always best with visual humor, when he let the animation b ... (more)
Release date: 24 September 1938
Tags: Short (4), Animation (4), Comedy (3), 1938 (2), Porky Pig (2), Looney Tunes (2), Family (2), Surreal (1), American (1), B/w (1), Warner Bros (1), 7 Min. (1), B&w (1), Usa (1), Fantasy (1), 1930s (1)
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"Bob Clampett’s famous black and white classic ‘Porky in Wackyland’ is a glorious glimpse into the mad mind of Clampett allowed to run riot. His trademark energy and ability to stuff a cartoon full to the brim with content are both apparent from the outset as a newsboy invades the cartoon’s credits to inform us that Porky Pig is attempting to capture the last Dodo bird. Porky tracks the bird to Wackyland and from the moment his plane begins to tiptoe across the border of Wackyland all bet"


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"DIR: Bob Clampett SUMMARY: In a classic of inspired surrealism, Porky Pig tracks the last dodo to Wackyland, a bizarre world where all bets are off in terms of logic and sense. WHY IT'S HERE: Bob Clampett's famous black and white classic 'Porky in Wackyland' is a glorious glimpse into the mad mind of Clampett allowed to run riot. His trademark energy and ability to stuff a cartoon full to the brim with content are both apparent from the outset as a newsboy invades the cartoon's credits to in"



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