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Porky Pig swearing

Sep 30, 2011 By Abraham 1

If the limited info I found is accurate, this 10-sec “blooper” was made in 1938 as an in-house joke at Warner Bros…

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  1. Mike Newton says:

    Warner Brothers would splice together bits of film showing actors “going up” in their lines. These were taken from the dailies of different films. They would show these at studio parties for the amusement or embarrassment of the guests. Somebody obviously thought that Porky Pig should be included. Mel Blanc, who did all the cartoon voices, was never asked about this particular clip. One wonders if he would have even remembered it.

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