Porky Pig

Porky PigPorky 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.

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Episode Listing

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.


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