Gandy Goose and Sourpuss go hunting the rare and elusive dingbat, a small yellow bird with much of the disposition and many of the cartoon abilities of Tex Avery's Screwy Squirrel in this redo of Bob Clampett's classic PORKY IN WACKYLAND. Whereas in Clampett's cartoon, everything in Wackyland was surrealistic, in this one, the dingbat does the pulling-things-from-off-screen bit.
Gandy Goose was often the most surrealistic of Paul Terry's stable of cartoon characters and in this one director Connie Rasinski runs most of the changes in the set up in a highly competent fashion. However, given its derivative nature, it is not a particularly memorable cartoon. It's still a very good cartoon for Terry's studio.
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