Porky owns a bakery. A hungry fly stares in through the window, as a bee shows up and tells him he should just go for it. The bee enters and at first intimidates Porky; when Porky finally gets angry enough to try swatting the bee, the bee electrifies the flyswatter. The bee then coaches the fly: with a little help from the trash bin, the fly is soon disguised as a bee himself. But the costume falls off the first time the fly faces Porky, and the fly finds himself on the wrong end of the swatter. The bee returns for a dinner snack, only to find the angry fly wielding the swatter.
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In the computer colorized print, instead of the correct 1941-1945 theme, the 1936-1937 theme plays over the opening titles. See more
You Hit My Heart with a Bang
Written by Al Goodhart
, Edward G. Nelson
and Harry Pease
Played when the bee first speaks to the fly
Also played when the bee makes his way through the cheese cakes
Also played when Porky chases the fly with the fly swatter See more