Porky Pig and his dog bring home a live Daffy Duck from a hunting trip, but Porky can't keep Daffy in the freezer.Porky Pig and his dog bring home a live Daffy Duck from a hunting trip, but Porky can't keep Daffy in the freezer.Porky Pig and his dog bring home a live Daffy Duck from a hunting trip, but Porky can't keep Daffy in the freezer.
Porky Pig goes to a marsh on a hunting expedition, accompanied by his dog (who resembles the barnyard dog from the Foghorn Leghorn series), and they bring home a live Daffy Duck. They put Daffy into a freezer to keep him fresh until cooking time, but Daffy keeps jumping out of the freezer to heckle Porky and the dog. —Kevin McCorry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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"Why the copious flow of lacrimal fluid, my querulous canine?"
Funny Porky & Daffy short, directed by Robert McKimson. The plot has Porky and his dog out duck hunting, which leads to Daffy deciding to screw around with them. There seems to be some debate about whether or not Porky's dog here is actually supposed to be Barnyard Dog from the Foghorn Leghorn cartoons. They look very similar but this dog doesn't sound like Barnyard at all or have his personality. Whether it's Barnyard or not, the dog's a fun character. Love his "angel & devil" bit. Really the whole show belongs to Daffy here. He's at an 11 on a 10 scale the whole time, being as wacky and kooky as possible. The animation is fluid with well-drawn characters and backgrounds. Love the Technicolor. Carl Stalling's music is very nice. Mel Blanc's voice work is flawless (as usual). It's a good cartoon but, as other reviewers have noted, the first half is much better than the second. Fans of Daffy should love it.
- Nov 26, 2015
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