Vowing to "clean up this one-horse town," Western-Type Hero Daffy, along with Comedy Relief Porky, get more than they bargained for when they come up against outlaw Nasty Canasta. Written by
Paul Penna <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
The mountains depicted in the opening scenes are all thin, a comment on western movies where town buildings are really only the front with nothing on the other side of the building. See more
Deputy Porky has beard stubble that comes and goes. For example, when Daffy gives him the drink, he's stubbly; when he's showing the effects of the drink, he's clean-shaven; later on, the stubble is back. See more
[as the townsfolk carry hero Porky off
Hey, put down that comedy relief! I'm the hero of this picture! Carry ME on your shoulders! Give me the cheers! Give me... Give me... Give me one dozen roses.
The Flower of Gower Gulch
Written by Michael Maltese
Sung by Porky during the opening credits
Also played when Porky drinks the drink
Also played at the end See more