It's the Giants vs. the Red Sox in the final game of the World Series, and Porky's doing play-by-play for the radio audience. The umpire is blind; the bat boy is, literally, a bat, and the ... See full summary »
A dog thinks he is being chased by small pink elephants, and goes to the hospital. While Porky is working on medication, the pink elephants find him and cause havoc. Porky finally gives him... See full summary »
In this version of "The Courtship of Miles Standish", Elmer Fudd is messanger John Alden, sent to give Miles' love letter to Pricilla. While delivering the message, however, her house is ... See full summary »
Porky hires on Gregory Grunt to watch over his chicken coop to stop the fox from raiding it. He falls asleep, and the fox fills his bag. But Grunt wakes up and confronts the fox who then ... See full summary »
A mouse, imitating W.C. Fields, leads tours of a drugstore for other mice. We see a number of products living up to their names: vanishing cream, reducing pills, sleeping powders, smelling ... See full summary »
While Friz Freleng's "Malibu Beach Party" does contain racial stereotypes, it's pretty funny otherwise. It depicts a party held at the Malibu home of Jack Bunny (an obvious parody of radio star Jack Benny), attended by the top stars of the era. An example of a gag is that Greta Garbo (or her caricature) uses her over-sized feet as a surfboard.
This was not the first time that a Jack Benny caricature had appeared in a Warner Bros. cartoon. "I Love to Singa" portrayed a rabbit - no relation to Bugs Bunny - named Jack Bunny, hosting a talent show. But probably the most famous animated version of Benny is "The Mouse that Jack Built". That one casts the characters from "The Jack Benny Show" as mice, and they all provided their own voices.
So anyway, this one isn't great, but it's still worth seeing.
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