Porky In Wackyland (1949) — Looney Tunes

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Porky In Wackyland (1949) - Looney Tunes

Porky In Wack­y­land (1949) — Looney Tunes

CotD: Obvi­ously inspired by the works of Sal­vador Dali, Bob Clampett’s 1938 mas­ter­piece “Porky In Wack­y­land” took car­toons to their lim­its… and then some. Worth a look if you’ve never seen it.

Porky In Wack­y­land (1949) — Looney Tunes The­atri­cal Car­toon Series

Any­thing can hap­pen in Wack­y­land– and it does!- as Porky chases the last Do-Do.

Porky ven­tures into Dark­est Africa in search of the last Do-Do bird, and winds up in Wack­y­land, a sur­real place where any­thing can hap­pen: the sun comes up atop a human pyra­mid, the Warner Broth­ers shield comes zoom­ing from the sky, and pop­u­lated by crea­tures such as a three-headed “Larry, Curly and Moe” beast.

The Do-Do finally appears, to great fan­fare, and eludes Porky by pulling out a pen­cil and draw­ing him­self a door.

Watch “>Porky In Wack­y­land” on video at Big Car­toon DataBase

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