Porky's Preview (1941)

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The audience enters Porky's movie theater, with a collection of quick gags: A firefly acting as usher, a kangaroo taking tickets and putting the stubs in her pouch, a chicken buying child ... See full summary »


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29 November 2014 | tavm
| Porky's Preview is pretty amusing if not downright hilarious
After nearly 30 years of knowing and seeing a clip of this cartoon, I finally got to watch the entirety of Porky's Preview as an extra on the Sergeant York DVD. Basically it's a series of spot gags of animal attendants going to see Porky Pig's short movie which consists entirely of child-like line drawings animated to a bare bones-version of Carl Stalling's score. Those drawings are amusing if not hilarious and kudos to Fred "Tex" Avery for presenting such a thing before he left WB for greener pastures at M-G-M. There is one really funny gag involving a skunk-well, maybe more than one though like the other animals, he's not really given much to do. So on that note, Porky's Preview is worth a look for any animation buffs out there.

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19 April 1941



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