Porky and Pinky go to the beach. As Porky tries to nap, Pinky keeps whacking him with his little shovel. Then he fakes drowning in a shallow puddle. Porky enters a swim race, and Pinky sets... See full summary »

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Porky and Pinky go to the beach. As Porky tries to nap, Pinky keeps whacking him with his little shovel. Then he fakes drowning in a shallow puddle. Porky enters a swim race, and Pinky sets a fake shark to follow him. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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15 October 1938 (USA)  »

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Referenced in The Sour Puss (1940) See more »

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The Latin Quarter
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An all right Looney Tunes cartoon, with a possible cameo appearance of Daffy.
22 January 2010 | by (Scotland) – See all my reviews

Though this cartoon is about Porky Pig and his (horrible) baby nephew, there are a few characters created for the show in this episode and what some may consider to be a cameo appearance of Daffy Duck (even though he is brown with a yellow beak here), he appears when the race starts.

Porky, his little nephew and several other cartoon characters (mostly animals) have arrived for a swimming competition by a beach. Porky is "relaxing" on the sand before the competition and his nephew is either playing absent-mindedly with a spade and sand, or irritating Porky on purpose. When the race starts, Porky is eager to have a good time and win after his rotten afternoon, but will he..?

Personally I did not agree with the previous reviewer - sure, it is not the best cartoon in the world, but I still liked it. I quite enjoyed this cartoon, not for watching the humour, but for watching the old style of cartoon (although unlike many of the period it is one that all of us can still relate to). I also liked the simple animation style and the character of Porky, he may ignore his nephew somewhat, but he behaves as appropriately as he can when he knows the piglet is misbehaving.

I recommend this to people who like Porky Pig and old Looney Tunes cartoons. Enjoy "Porky's Naughty Nephew"! :-)


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