Boobs in the Woods

“That’s my lake.”

Porky and Daffy worked great together, but to me they were at their best when Daffy was a screwball. Don’t get me wrong, though I still love it when Daffy was more serious, but for me this is comedy genius. So we got Porky just out trying to paint a picture when Daffy gets in his way. What follows is our favorite duck getting the best of our porcine friend. As we all know, Daffy usually wins, but in this one (which I think is Daffy’s last crazy cartoon) Porky wins.

Personal Rating: 4

Deduce You Say

“I may be down, but the jig is up!”

We open and find Daffy aka Dorlock Holmes and Porky (Watkins) on the case of the Shropshire Slasher. After all the times you’ve seen Porky and Daffy together, you may be mistaken into believing its nothing special. But you’re wrong. It makes fun of the British language quite a bit, and Daffy gets his neck bent. This is why Looney Tunes are better than whatever they’re parodying. I bet Sherlock was never a clown, or that we ever saw his foe’s mother. Did Sherlock ever get his face full of darts? I think not. Case closed.

Personal Rating: 4

The Wearing of the Grin

“I sentence ye to the wearing of the green shoes.”

That’s a harsh punishment. Let me tell you why. Porky needs a place to spend the night and the only one he finds is supposedly full of leprechauns. Porky is skeptical but soon finds himself at the mercy of them, who accuse him of trying to steal their pot of gold. What follows next is Porky running from the aforementioned shoes in a surrealistic Irish setting. He then awakes to find it was a dream. Or was it?

Personal Rating: 4

Porky Chops

“Some guys don’t never learn.”

This is one of my favorite Porky cartoons. Is it popular? Not to my knowledge. Is it one of the best? No. Is it funny? Heck yeah it is! One of the reasons it’s so great is because Porky is a jerk in it. Hes a lumberjack who is trying to chop down a tree that a squirrel in it. The squirrel asks Porky to stop (since he’s on vacation) but Porky refuses and declares all out war. The squirrel is funny but he has no name. So i need a name for him. Any ideas?

Personal Rating: 3

Yankee Doodle Daffy

“♪I’m a cowboy, yes sir I am!♪”

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I love music and this short is full of it. I don’t really understand the title though. That song is nowhere in it, and it has nothing to do with patriotism. Still its wonderful and almost the whole cartoon is singing. Like if they remade every Looney Tune into a full length animated feature than this one would be a musical. So whats is all about? Singing. That’s all I’m going to say. Its basically Daffy just singing to Porky. (it works!)

Personal Rating: 4

The Scarlet Pumpernickel

“I’m simply furious!”

If there’s one thing I love, it’s seeing a whole lot of cartoon characters that aren’t usually together, together. That’s why I love this cartoon. It has a great cast: Porky, Daffy, Sylvester, Ma Bear, Henery hawk, and Elmer Fudd. (Interestingly, Fudd was voiced by Mel Blanc, I have no idea why) The humor here doesn’t disappoint either. Its just as funny as any other Looney Tune. I think I’ve talked about greedy Daffy enough. Its time I moved to my favorite version of him, Daffy Daffy!

Personal Rating: 4

The Ducksters

“You’re listening to truth, or AHHHHHHHH!”

For all you ignoramuses who think that Looney Tunes were made recently; this one proves you wrong. I myself was one of these ignorami once, until I heard Daffy say “Name the 48 states”. This short is deliciously funny. Porky is a contestant on Daffy’s game show which is an next to impossible to win and if you fail to answer a question correctly, you must suffer a penalty that will kill a normal person. If this game show existed then I would so watch it. It could be very popular and so I think it should happen. Anyone with me?

Personal Rating: 3

Scaredy Cat

“Welcome to our new home, Sylvester”

Yeah, I probably should have talked about the putty tat before this, but it can wait for another time. This happens to be the first time the name was used. Porky and Sylvester were great together and this is no exception. Finding them in a house that’s full of mice that want to kill them for no apparent reason. Sylvester must protect the clueless Porky from all the dangers. It’s always nice to see a time where Sylvester is not a bully or an idiot. Here he’s a coward who just wants to protect his master and his own skin. This is my favorite role for him.

Personal Rating: 4

Dripalong Daffy

“Probably didn’t have his iron today.”

Well, Porky and Daffy got mad about who I was starting to talk about, so to calm them down I decided on a cartoon they both starred in. Porky and Daffy have always been great together and I have to say this is one their best. It takes place in the old west with Daffy as a western type hero; with Porky as his comedy relief. (tee hee) Coming to a lawless western town, Daffy declares he will clean up this one horse town. They run into Nasty Canasta and sample his deadly drink, but in the end Daffy will clean up!

Personal Rating: 4

Dough for the Do-Do

“Hello, Bobo.”

What can I say? This cartoon is pure genius. Sadly, it is pretty much a color remake of “Porky in Wackyland.” It does, however, have new gags, but they are pretty much just ones reused from “Tin Pan Alley Cats”. (The sequel to Wackyland) But now we got the complaints out of the way the good stuff is to come. Porky is setting out to find the last of the dodo birds which is worth 6,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000! (what he’ll do after that is any ones guess) Surprisingly, he finds it in Wackyland, located in darkest Africa. (The dodo was found on the island of Mauritius) He comes to a wonderful, crazy, insane, and goofy place that I’m pretty sure is heaven. Color, music, and gags aplenty; this would be in my top 10 Looney tunes. (If I had one)

Personal Rating: 3