Porky and Daffy run a diner. The eggs come from chickens kept on the premises. A customer orders a hamburger, and Daffy discovers the mice have gotten to the meat first and left a note. He ... See full summary »

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Porky and Daffy run a diner. The eggs come from chickens kept on the premises. A customer orders a hamburger, and Daffy discovers the mice have gotten to the meat first and left a note. He spots a calf outside and goes after it but ends up having to fight off a large bull. Meanwhile, Porky is preparing an order of two eggs, but one of them is actually a baby chick, who runs away. Daffy manages to sic the bull on Porky, who does some acrobatics to escape until Daffy lures the bull back to him. The bull finally crashes into the diner. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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The title refers to the last stand of General George Armstrong Custer and the 7th Cavalry at the Battle of the Little Big Horn in 1876. See more »

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References Ferdinand the Bull (1938) See more »

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I'd Love to Take Orders from You
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Music by Harry Warren
Played when the customer orders a hamburger
Also played when Porky cracks open the eggs
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"I want a good hamburger . . . "
14 January 2015 | by (The Gutters of Baltimore) – See all my reviews

" . . . and I want it BAD!" orders one of the gangsters prone to frequent the "Porky's Last Stand" Honeywagon on the animated Warner Bros. lot. But rodents have stolen all the butchered beef, and the backyard bull doesn't seem to have corporate profits very high on his priorities list. There's no way that P.E.T.A. would have approved this black-and-white cartoon short, since mammal abuse runs rampant. For non-bleeding heart (normal) people, perhaps the funniest scene does not involve a mammal at all. Porky takes an order for two eggs, and reaches through the back of the mobile diner's refrigerator to scoop up a pair of edible orbs from beneath a black hen. He cracks the first open into a hot skillet with no problem. But when he starts to break open the second shell, a fully-formed chick plops directly into the cooking pan, immediately running around in circles, shrieking, "What are you trying to do--give me a hot-foot?!" Before the carnage gets too bad, this chick runs back under Mom, hunkering down for safety (after emerging briefly to display a "Do Not Disturb" sign).


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