Porky Pig filmography
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This is a list of all cartoons featuring Porky Pig.
- 1 Porky Pig shorts
- 2 Post-Golden age cartoons and films
Porky Pig shorts
- I Haven't Got a Hat (3/9/1935) - "Merrie Melodies" series, Porky's first appearance
- The Country Mouse (7/13/1935) - "Merrie Melodies" series, cameo with Beans
- Hollywood Capers (10/19/1935) - "Beans" series, cameo
- Gold Diggers of '49 (11/2/1935) - "Beans" series - First Porky Pig cartoon in the Looney Tunes series. Beans, instead of Porky, ends the cartoon by saying "That's all folks!".
- Boom Boom (2/29/1936) - "Beans" series
- The Blow Out (4/4/1936)
- Westward Whoa (4/25/1936) - final appearance of Porky in the "Beans" series
- Plane Dippy (4/30/1936) - First cartoon in the "Porky" series, instead of the "Beans" series; Plane Dippy is the first (and only) cartoon to reveal Porky's full name, which he gives as "Porky Cornelius Washington Otis Lincoln Abner Aloysius Casper Jefferson Philbert Horatius Narcissus Pig."
- Fish Tales (5/23/1936)
- Shanghaied Shipmates (6/20/1936)
- Porky's Pet (7/11/1936)
- Porky the Rainmaker (8/1/1936)
- Porky's Poultry Plant (8/22/1936)
- Porky's Moving Day (9/12/1936)
- Milk and Money (10/3/1936)
- Little Beau Porky (11/14/1936)
- The Village Smithy (12/5/1936)
- Porky in the North Woods (12/19/1936)
- Porky the Wrestler (1/9/1937)
- Porky's Road Race (2/6/1937)
- Picador Porky (2/27/1937) - This is the first short featuring Mel Blanc, who plays the bull.
- Porky's Romance (4/3/1937) - The last time Joe Dougherty voiced Porky, first appearance of Petunia Pig.
- Porky's Duck Hunt (4/17/1937) - This is the first episode in which Porky was voiced by Mel Blanc; the first appearance of Daffy Duck; and the first cartoon of Porky with the current design.
- Porky and Gabby (5/15/1937) - first appearance of Gabby Goat
- Porky's Building (6/19/1937)
- Porky's Super Service (7/3/1937)
- Porky's Badtime Story (7/24/1937)
- Porky's Railroad (8/7/1937)
- Get Rich Quick Porky (8/28/1937) - final appearance of Gabby Goat
- Porky's Garden (9/11/1937)
- Rover's Rival (10/2/1937) - first Looney Tunes cartoon with Porky Pig's drum ending.
- The Case of the Stuttering Pig (10/30/1937)
- Porky's Double Trouble (11/13/1937) - final "Fat Porky" cartoon.
- Porky's Hero Agency (12/4/1937)
- Porky's Poppa (1/15/1938)
- Porky at the Crocadero (2/5/1938)
- What Price Porky (2/26/1938) - With Daffy Duck
- Porky's Phoney Express (3/19/1938)
- Porky's Five and Ten (4/16/1938)
- Porky's Hare Hunt (4/30/1938) - First appearance of the Bugs Bunny prototype
- Injun Trouble (5/21/1938)
- Porky the Fireman (6/4/1938) - often seen with the 1939-1943 Porky Pig drum ending applied on the Computer Colorized Version. – Final Porky drum ending with the line "RELEASED BY WARNER BROS. PRODUCTIONS CORP."
- Porky's Party (6/25/1938) - First Porky drum ending with the line "RELEASED BY WARNER BROS. PICTURES INC."
- Porky's Spring Planting (7/25/1938)
- Porky & Daffy (8/6/1938) - With Daffy Duck
- Wholly Smoke (8/27/1938)
- Porky in Wackyland (9/24/1938)
- Porky's Naughty Nephew (10/15/1938) - First appearance of Cicero Pig (called "Pinkie" in his two cartoon appearances).
- Porky in Egypt (11/5/1938)
- The Daffy Doc (11/26/1938) - Porky's first appearance in the "Daffy Duck" series
- Porky the Gob (12/17/1938)
- The Lone Stranger and Porky (1/7/1939)
- It's an Ill Wind (1/28/1939)
- Porky's Tire Trouble (2/18/1939)
- Porky's Movie Mystery (3/11/1939)
- Chicken Jitters (4/1/1939)
- Porky and Teabiscuit (4/29/1939)
- Kristopher Kolumbus Jr. (5/13/1939)
- Polar Pals (6/3/1939)
- Scalp Trouble (6/24/1939) - With Daffy Duck
- Old Glory (7/1/1939) - first Porky Pig cartoon made in color (I Haven't Got A Hat was a "Merry Melody").
- Porky's Picnic (7/15/1939)
- Wise Quacks (8/5/1939) - With Daffy Duck
- Porky's Hotel (9/2/1939) - final cartoon with the 1937-39 Porky Pig drum ending.
- Jeepers Creepers (9/23/1939) - first cartoon with the new version of the Porky Pig drum ending.
- Naughty Neighbors (10/7/1939) - Brief cameo appearance of Daffy Duck
- Pied Piper Porky (11/4/1939)
- Porky the Giant Killer (11/18/1939)
- The Film Fan (12/16/1939)
- Porky's Last Stand (1/6/1940) - With Daffy Duck
- Africa Squeaks (1/27/1940)
- Ali-Baba Bound (2/10/1940) - public domain
- Pilgrim Porky (3/16/1940)
- Slap Happy Pappy (4/13/1940)
- Porky's Poor Fish (4/27/1940)
- You Ought to Be in Pictures (5/18/1940) - With Daffy Duck
- The Chewin' Bruin (6/8/1940)
- Porky's Baseball Broadcast (7/6/1940)
- Patient Porky (8/24/1940)
- Calling Dr. Porky (9/21/1940)
- Prehistoric Porky (10/12/1940)
- The Sour Puss (11/2/1940)
- Porky's Hired Hand (11/30/1940)
- The Timid Toreador (12/21/1940)
- Porky's Snooze Reel (1/11/1941)
- Porky's Bear Facts (3/29/1941) - first cartoon to feature a faster version of the LT opening titles
- Porky's Preview (4/19/1941)
- Porky's Ant (5/10/1941)
- A Coy Decoy (6/7/1941) - "Daffy Duck" series
- Porky's Prize Pony (6/21/1941)
- We, the Animals - Squeak (8/9/1941)
- The Henpecked Duck (8/30/1941) - "Daffy Duck" series
- Notes to You (9/20/1941)
- Robinson Crusoe Jr. (10/25/1941) - first "Porky Pig" cartoon directed by Norman McCabe
- Porky's Midnight Matinee (11/22/1941)
- Porky's Pooch (12/27/1941)
- Porky's Pastry Pirates (1/17/1942)
- Who's Who in the Zoo (2/14/1942)
- Porky's Cafe (2/21/1942)
- Any Bonds Today? (4/2/1942) - Film used to film bonds during World War II, cameo with "Elmer Fudd", "Bugs Bunny" series
- My Favorite Duck (12/5/1942) - "Daffy Duck" series; Porky's first color entry in the "Looney Tunes" series
- Confusions of a Nutzy Spy (1/23/1943) - WWII propaganda film
- Yankee Doodle Daffy (6/5/1943) - "Daffy Duck" series
- Porky Pig's Feat (7/17/1943) - Final Daffy/Porky pairing to bill Porky above Daffy until Dime to Retire
- A Corny Concerto (9/18/1943) - "Merrie Melodies" series; this short contains several of the future stars for Warner Brothers
- Tom Turk and Daffy (2/12/1944) - "Daffy Duck" series
- Tick Tock Tuckered (4/8/1944) - Slightly revamped colorized version of Porky's Badtime Story; "Daffy Duck" series
- Swooner Crooner (5/6/1944)
- Duck Soup to Nuts (5/27/1944) - "Daffy Duck" series
- Slightly Daffy (6/17/1944) - Color remake of Scalp Trouble; "Daffy Duck" series
- Brother Brat (7/15/1944)
- Trap Happy Porky (2/24/1945)
- Wagon Heels (7/28/1945) (slightly revamped colorized version of Injun Trouble)
- Baby Bottleneck (3/16/1946) - "Daffy Duck" series
- Daffy Doodles (4/6/1946) - "Daffy Duck" series
- Kitty Kornered (6/8/1946)
- The Great Piggy Bank Robbery (7/20/1946) - "Daffy Duck" series, cameo
- Mouse Menace (11/2/1946)
- One Meat Brawl (1/18/1947) - only "Porky" cartoon of 1947
- Little Orphan Airedale (10/4/1947) - "Charlie Dog" series
- Daffy Duck Slept Here (3/6/1948) - "Daffy Duck" series
- Nothing But the Tooth (5/1/1948) - First "Porky" cartoon since January 1947
- The Pest That Came to Dinner (9/11/1948)
- Riff Raffy Daffy (11/27/1948) - "Daffy Duck" series
- Scaredy Cat (12/18/1948) - Only Porky/Sylvester cartoon to bill Porky first.
- Awful Orphan (1/29/1949) - "Charlie Dog" series
- Porky Chops (2/12/1949)
- Paying the Piper (3/12/1949)
- Daffy Duck Hunt (3/26/1949) - "Daffy Duck" series
- Curtain Razor (5/21/1949)
- Often an Orphan (8/13/1949) - Final appearance of Porky in the "Charlie Dog" series
- Dough for the Do-Do (9/2/1949) (slightly revamped colorized version of Porky in Wackyland)
- Bye, Bye Bluebeard (10/21/1949)
- Boobs in the Woods (1/28/1950) - "Daffy Duck" series
- The Scarlet Pumpernickel (3/4/1950) - "Daffy Duck" series,
- An Egg Scramble (5/27/1950)
- Golden Yeggs (8/5/1950) - "Daffy Duck" series
- The Ducksters (9/2/1950) - "Daffy Duck" series
- Dog Collared (12/2/1950)
- The Wearing of the Grin (7/14/1951) - final installment of the "Porky Pig" series
- Drip-Along Daffy (11/17/1951) - "Daffy Duck" series
- The Prize Pest (12/22/1951) - "Daffy Duck" series
- Duck Dodgers in the 24½th Century (7/25/1953)
- Claws for Alarm (5/22/1954) - "Sylvester Cat" series
- My Little Duckaroo (11/27/1954) - "Daffy Duck" series
- Jumpin' Jupiter (8/6/1955) - "Sylvester Cat" series
- Dime to Retire (9/3/1955) - "Daffy Duck" series, however Porky gets first billing
- Boston Quackie (6/22/1957)
- Robin Hood Daffy (3/8/1958)
- China Jones (2/14/1959)
- Daffy's Inn Trouble (9/23/1961)
- Dumb Patrol (1/18/1964) – Cameo
- Corn on the Cop (7/24/1965)
- Mucho Locos (2/5/1966) - Final appearance in the "classic era", via stock footage.
Post-Golden age cartoons and films
- Daffy Duck and Porky Pig Meet the Groovie Goolies (TV special)
- Bugs and Daffy's Carnival of the Animals (TV special)
- Bugs Bunny in Space (TV special)
- How Bugs Bunny Won the West (TV special)
- A Connecticut Rabbit in King Arthur's Court (TV special)
- Bugs Bunny's Howl-Oween Special (TV special)
- The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie
- Bugs Bunny's Thanksgiving Diet (TV special)
- Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tales (TV special)
- The Bugs Bunny Mystery Special
- Duck Dodgers and the Return of the 24½th Century - "Daffy Duck" series.
- Bugs Bunny: All-American Hero (TV special)
- The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie
- Bugs Bunny's Mad World of Television (TV special)
- Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales
- Who Framed Roger Rabbit
- Daffy Duck's Quackbusters
- Bugs vs. Daffy: Battle of the Music Video Stars (TV special); last time Porky was voiced by Mel Blanc.
- The Earth Day Special (TV special); first time Porky was voiced by Jeff Bergman.
- Happy Birthday, Bugs!: 50 Looney Years (TV special); voiced by Jeff Bergman.
- Gremlins 2: The New Batch; voiced by Jeff Bergman.
- Tiny Toon Adventures (TV series; 1990–1995); voiced by Bob Bergen, Noel Blanc, Joe Alaskey, Rob Paulsen, and Greg Burson.
- Bugs Bunny's Overtures to Disaster; voiced by Jeff Bergman.
- Animaniacs (TV series; 1993–1998); voiced by Rob Paulsen and Greg Burson.
- Superior Duck - "Daffy Duck" series; first and only time voiced by Eric Goldberg.
- Space Jam; voiced by Bob Bergen.
- Quest for Camelot Sing-a-Longs (direct-to-video); voiced by Bob Bergen
- Looney Tunes Sing-a-Longs (direct-to-video); voiced by Bob Bergen.
- Baby Looney Tunes (TV series; 2001–2006)
- The 1st 13th Annual Fancy Anvil Awards Show Program Special...Live!...In Stereo! (TV special); voiced by Jeff Bergman.
- Cartoon Network's Funniest Bloopers and Other Embarrassing Moments (TV special); voiced by Jeff Bergman.
- Looney Tunes: Reality Check (direct-to-video); voiced by Bob Bergen.
- Looney Tunes: Stranger Than Fiction (direct-to-video); voiced by Bob Bergen.
- Duck Dogers (TV series; 2003–2005); voiced by Bob Bergen.
- Looney Tunes: Back in Action; voiced by Bob Bergen.
- My Generation G...G...Gap - First "Porky" cartoon since 1951. Planned for theatrical release, but only released on Australian edition DVD of Looney Tunes: Back in Action; first and only time Porky was voiced by Billy West.
- Porky and Daffy in the William Tell Overture; voiced by Jeff Bergman.
- Bah, Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas (direct-to-video); voiced by Bob Bergen.
- The Looney Tunes Show (TV series; 2011–2014); voiced by Bob Bergen.
- Looney Tunes: Rabbits Run (direct-to-video); voiced by Bob Bergen.