Porky Pig made his first appearance in, 'I Haven't Got a Hat' on March 2, 1935. The film was directed by Friz Freleng and Porky Pig was designed by animator Bob Clampett.
Although he only had a minor role in his first film, Porky gained popularity, and soon a new star was born.
A much loved character Porky Pig is probably best known for his stutter and for his catch phrase at the end of each cartoon, 'Th-th-th-that's all folks!'.
Mel Blanc provided Porky Pig's voice for 52 years, from 1937 to his death in 1989.
Porky's RailroadPorky is the engineer on the fleet's worst train. He soon hears he is to be replaced by a new engineer and an engine called the 'Silver Fish'. Soon there is a race between Porky's old train and the brand new 'Silver Fish'. Originally released: 7 August 1937. Runtime: 7:14.