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Bye, Bye Bluebeard (1949)

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Bluebeard the killer is at large, and in Porky Pig's home, a crafty mouse disguises himself as Bluebeard to scare Porky into providing him with a generous serving of food. Just as Porky ... See full summary »

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Porky Pig / Mouse / Bluebeard / Workout Host / News Reporter (voice)
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Bluebeard the killer is at large, and in Porky Pig's home, a crafty mouse disguises himself as Bluebeard to scare Porky into providing him with a generous serving of food. Just as Porky realizes the mouse is too tiny to be Bluebeard, the real Bluebeard appears and ties Porky onto a rocket, intending to blast the pig into orbit! But when Bluebeard is distracted by Porky's food and decides to help himself to it, he his challenged by the mouse, who leads him on a chase. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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Trivia

Among the items in the medicine cabinet are Frizby Miniatures (after Friz Freleng), Maltese Minestrone (after Michael Maltese), Ted Pierce's Medicine (after Tedd Pierce), Dr. Foster's Panace (after Warren Foster), and Jones Laxitive (after Chuck Jones). See more »

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Bluebeard: Who are you?
Mouse: I am your conscience!
Bluebeard: My conscience?
Mouse: Sure, everybody has a conscience inside of them.
Bluebeard: Well, what are you doing *outside*?
[grabs mouse and eats it]
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References Pinocchio (1940) See more »

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Kundry's Ride
leitmotif (uncredited)
from act I of "Parsifal"
Music by Richard Wagner
during construction of guillotine
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actually, not everyone has a conscience
18 November 2007 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

To me, the line in "Bye, Bye Bluebeard" that stands out the most is the part about everyone having a conscience. As we've all seen, not everybody has one. To be certain, John Dean has written a book about this.* OK, so it makes no sense to talk about people's conscience when reviewing a Porky Pig cartoon. I just like looking for weird connections between things. Overall, I thought that it was an OK cartoon, but I don't find it particularly entertaining when they make Eastern Europeans the antagonists. Still, you gotta admit, that mouse was pretty cool.

*In case you don't know who John Dean is, he testified before the senate in 1973 and exposed that responsibility for the Watergate break-in and subsequent cover-up went all the way to the Oval Office. Nowadays, he frequently appears on "Countdown with Keith Olbermann".


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