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My Generation G... G... Gap (2004)

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Rated PG for mild innuendo
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Was going to be shown theatrically in the USA with A Cinderella Story (2004) but Warner Brothers canceled after the extreme failure of Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003) theatrically. See more »

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p-p-p-Porky Pig: Rock Legend
24 April 2004 | by (Auckland, New Zealand) – See all my reviews

We see Porky Pig taking his teenage daughter (Peta Pig) to a rock concert. When he realises just how wild the concert is, he will stop at nothing to get inside.

This cartoon is very fast paced, especially for a Porky Cartoon and you can really see how he has stood the test of time. The cartoon has some good gags and even some funny theater jokes (the cartoon is a theater short but I caught it on DVD). Porky's voice is abit off and has hints of the new Woody Woodpecker, also voiced by West. The other Looney Tunes voices in this series of shorts have been very authentic but Porky still needs some work. Bob Bergen would be a good choice for future reference.

It was abit strange seeing Porky without that Darnfool, Daffy duck but It was good to see Porky was not toned down for his stuttering.

There is still hope yet for these new shorts. (Hopefully) Thats NOT all folks.


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