Porky Pig, Vol. 2

Porky Pig, Vol. 2

Looney Tunes: Porky Pig

  • Genre: Animation
  • Release: 2011-11-07
  • Episodes: 15
  • iTunes Price: USD 9.99


Think you know Porky? Think again. Created by Bob Clampett and voiced by the legendary Mel Blanc, Porky Pig was the first true animated star to break out in the Golden Age of Warner Bros. animation. In this treasure trove of fifteen classic shorts from 1936 to 1949, Porky Pig is featured front and center as something of an animated Everyman. Not only is he a farmer (“Often an Orphan”), a lumberjack (“Porky Chops”), an Eskimo (“Polar Pals”), and a Caveman (“Prehistoric Porky”), but we also witness Porky’s escaped convict double (“Porky’s Double Trouble”), Porky as a member of the French Foreign Legion (“Little Beau Porky”), and even as a pig in a pyramid in ancient Egypt (“Porky in Egypt”). With early appearances from Looney Tunes icons such as Charlie Dog (“Porky’s Pooch”), Petunia Pig (“Porky’s Romance”) and even a Bugs Bunny prototype (“Patient Porky”), Volume 2 of this not-to-be-missed collection definitely prove that, when it comes to Porky Pig, “Th-th-th-that’s not all folks!”


Title Time Price
1 Often an Orphan 07:32 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
2 Confusion of a Nutzy Spy 07:36 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
3 Scaredy Cat 07:24 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
4 Porky's Double Trouble 07:39 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
5 Porky in Egypt 06:55 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
6 Porky Chops 06:56 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
7 Little Beau Porky 08:09 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
8 Porky of the Northwoods 07:20 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
9 Porky's Poor Fish 06:49 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
10 Porky's Poultry Plant 07:59 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
11 Polar Pals 06:28 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
12 Porky's Pooch 07:06 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
13 Porky's Poppa 07:15 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
14 Prehistoric Porky 07:15 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes
15 Patient Porky 06:08 USD 0.99 Buy iTunes


  • Great Classic Set, But May Not Be For Everyone

    By mwbarre
    This collection featuring Porky Pig is yet another boon to fans of the classic Warner Bros. shorts. However, I should note that for the most part this is probably not going to be like the Looney Tunes you grew up with, and as such is probably more suited for animation buffs. Most of these episodes are in black-and-white and come from the late 1930's, when the comedy style we associate with Looney Tunes wasn't yet fully developed.
  • Finally!!!

    By ScoobFan4Ever
    Finally, another volume of Porky Pig! Now can we get the rest of the Loony Tunes series?!!