The Blow Out
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|The Blow Out|
|Looney Tunes (Porky Pig) series|
|Directed by||Tex Avery|
|Produced by||Leon Schlesinger|
|Voices by||Joe Dougherty
|Music by||Bernard Brown
|Animation by||Charles Jones
Robert Clampett (uncredited)
|Studio||Warner Bros. Cartoons|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros.
The Vitaphone Corporation
|Release date(s)||April 4, 1936 (USA)|
|Color process||Black & White|
|Preceded by||The Fire Alarm|
|Followed by||Westward Whoa|
While a mad bomber is terrorizing the city, Porky Pig (depicted here as a child character) is searching for money in order to buy an ice cream soda. He is earning a few cents retrieving lost or stolen items for people (such as a cane for an old man and a purse for a society matron) when he stumbles upon the bomber's lost bomb; not realizing what the device is, he presumes the bomber dropped it and tries to return it as well. The bomber tries to get away, but ends up getting defeated by Porky's relentless pursuit in trying to give the bomb back. Porky is given a cash reward and treats himself to an ice cream soda feast.
This is the first solo Porky Pig cartoon.
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