Porky's Pooch

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Porky's Pooch
Looney Tunes (Porky Pig) series
Directed by Robert Clampett
Produced by Leon Schlesinger
Story by Warren Foster
Voices by Mel Blanc (uncredited)
Music by Carl W. Stalling
Animation by I. Ellis
Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures
Release date(s) December 27, 1941 (USA)
Color process Black-and-white
Running time 7 minutes
Language English

Porky's Pooch is a 1941 Warner Bros. cartoon directed by Bob Clampett. The short was written by Warren Foster and animated by I. (Izzy) Ellis with additional animation by John Carey, Vive Risto, who are both uncredited.[1]


A Scottie dog Sandy is starving. He asks his friend, Rover what he's doing in a car. Rover tells him how he got a master. In a flashback Rover goes up to Porky's apartment room while he's taking a bath. He puts on a towel and answers it. Rover walks in and says proposes to be Porky's pet. Porky does not want him and kicks him out. Rover bangs on the door and Porky gets it. Porky is not impressed with Rover's talents, carries him out of his apartment and drops him off the stair banister. He runs back to his room panting along with Rover near him. Then Rover flicks Porky's snout and dresses up like Carmen Miranda and sings Mi Caballero, by M.K. Jerome and Jack Scholl. Porky just throws him out. Rover walks back in yelling Porky doesn't want him. He becomes sorrowful and walks over to the window. He pretends to jump to end his life. Porky runs over, but he sees Rover lying on the edge. Porky shuts the window while Rover pretends that he's going to fall. But he actually does fall. Porky runs down the stairs and tries to catch him, but unfortunately misses. Porky weeps for Rover and tries to wake him up. Rover finally wakes up glad to see Porky and kisses him. Then he uses the famous catchphrase of Lou Costello, "I'm a bad boy!".


Porky's Pooch is available in the Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5 and Looney Tunes Spotlight Collection Vol. 5 DVD sets.

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  1. ^ "Porky's Pooch". www.bcdb.com. Feb 13, 2016. Retrieved May 5, 2016. 

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