Daffy Duck convinces an unwilling Porky Pig to quit his job with Leon Schlesinger. Why be a cartoon actor, Daffy says, when you can be leading man opposite Bette Davis? Schlesinger lets Porky go, but he is confident Porky will be back. Porky's adventures begin when he tries to get past the guard at the studio gate. He manages it by disguising himself as Oliver Hardy, but he has more trouble ahead. Meanwhile, Daffy tries to convince Schlesinger that he should take over Porky's starring roles. Daffy's scheme backfires when Porky returns to get his old job back. Written by
Did You Know?
The film being shot when Porky crashes the sound stage, taken from short subject made several years earlier, is Wonder Bar
(1934), more specifically the "Don't Say Goodnight" number. Busby Berkeley
and Lloyd Bacon
can be briefly glimpsed near the camera boom. See more
Shadow of a camera can be seen on wall, while Porky Pig beats up Daffy Duck for revenge, off-screen, just after returning to Warner Brothers' animation studio and asks Leon Schlesinger
of his contract. See more
In the same frame as the opening WB shield, the copyright year (1940) is listed incorrectly as MCMXXXX, not MCMXL. See more
Where Was I?
Music by W. Franke Harling
Played during the waltz scene on the sound stage See more