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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This short is on the Warner Bros. DVD for All This, and Heaven Too (1940). See more »

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References The Daffy Doc (1938) See more »

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All in Favor Say 'Aye'
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Music by Cliff Friend
Played when the bull chases Daffy and Porky
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Porky's Last Stand was another Bob Clampett cartoon I enjoyed
29 September 2008 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Just found this rare Porky Pig-Daffy Duck cartoon directed by Bob Clampett on the Misce-Looney-ous blog as linked from YouTube. In this one, Porky runs the title stand that claims "Our Fried Chicken Has That Real Fowl Taste" with the Special being the "Sheridan Salad with plenty of Oomph and no dressing"! Daffy, his assistant, tries to get a customer a hamburger but the mice ate it leaving this note: "Greetings Gate, you're a wee bit late." (The first two words were Jerry Colonna's to Bob Hope on his radio show) Also, one of the eggs that Porky gets out of a mother hen, spouts a chick that complains about a "hot foot" when he cracks out on a frying pan before going back to his mom! When Daffy spots a cow as potential burger, he chases him to a barn but then gets stuck with a bull that causes havoc to the leads for the rest of the cartoon. Perhaps not hilarious like other Clampett cartoons but amusing enough for me to recommend to any Warner cartoon completists out there. And dig the musical number in the beginning!


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