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It's the start of the Baby-Boom, and the overworked delivery system is full of glitches: Mother Goose gets a baby skunk, a Scotty dog gets a little hippo, and Mr. and Mrs. Mouse wind up with a kitten. Porky and Daffy take over the Baby Factory and get things straightened out until an unidentified egg comes rolling down the assembly line. Written by
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Another Clampett powerhouse! Fast, funny, frenetic, and nightmarish. Porky and Daffy run a factory that delivers babies to their expecting parents. The highlight is Scribner's animation of Porky trying to get Daffy to sit on an unhatched egg. These scenes are presented without backgrounds, just color cards. As Jones would prove later with "Duck Amuck," Clampett shows that the only important thing is the character's personalities; that they don't need any arbitrary props or even backgrounds. In the beginning of the cartoon, Daffy argues with some irate parents over the phone. Clampett, writer Warren Foster, and animator Rod Scribner manage to make Daffy, alone with just a phone, hilarious.
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