"The Porky Pig Show" packaged classic Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons many of them starring that famous stuttering pig, Porky. Most of the cartoons shown were produced in the 1930s and 1940s, though more than a few from the early-to-mid 1950s surfaced. First aired as a Saturday morning network series, the show moved to syndication in 1971. The syndicated series often aired daily (and sometimes weekends too) in many markets as part of local television stations' child-friendly after-school programming blocks. Written by
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As Warner Brothers had temporarily shut down its' animation division by the time this show went into production, the opening and closing sequences were produced by the New York City-based Hal Seeger studios (although utilizing the Warners characters), which resulted in a decidedly different feel from the earlier cartoons showcased on the program. See more »
When this show was on I watched it every time I could! I thought that the characters were really funny and all had great personalities. The animation in My opinion was crisp, clean, and really clear. Not to mention beautiful! Most of the characters in this show are hilarious Looney Tunes characters that we all love. in My opinion these characters are the funnies and talented ever seen. In fact, The things that goes on in this series' cartoons are in My opinion nuts which that is what makes them hilarious! There are so many to like and laugh at and the silly things they do! If you like the original Looney Tunes then I strongly recommend that you watch this show!
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