Thursday, March 02, 2006

Looney lunchtime coldcut-ups

Porky falls asleep always.

In the audience, interesting gags for the nation. A pie to Bugs.

Porky chalks town. Nailing posters advertising his wanting face, while realizing that part means insanity.

Sylvester to the life hotel where, ghostly, refusing to say who, he volunteers to pie the Uncle.

“Magic All Allegiance,” Porky Pig - murderous mice to heckle. The error of plastering and magic – spending, vows revenge.

Later, at lots, magician sees from end after pledge, and Sylvester realizes this pranks.


[This derived with auto and manual intervention from synopsi of Looney Tunes. See below. Auto cut-up courtesy of The Grazullis Cut-up Machine technology. http://web.ukonline.co.uk/gary.leeming/burroughs/cutup_machine.htm]

Porky falls asleep after refusing to say the Pledge of
Allegiance. Uncle Sam comes to him in his dreams and
explains to him what the pledge means, and how it honors
those who gave their life for the nation. Porky sees the
error of his ways.
Porky Pig doesn't realize that the old hotel where he and
Sylvester are spending the night is really part of a ghost
town. It's only Sylvester who sees the band of murderous
mice trying to do them in, while Porky chalks his fears up
to insanity.
Ala Bahma the magician is plastering and nailing posters
advertising his magic show everywhere,even on the tree which
is home to Bugs Bunny.Bugs,not wanting to have a poster
nailed over his hole in the tree,ends up getting a pie in
the face by the magician and vows revenge("Of course you
realize this means war"). Later,at the magic show,Bugs pulls
lots of interesting gags and pranks to heckle the magician
and even pretends to be a small boy from the audience who
volunteers to help with a magic trick.Bugs then finishes it
all off at the end with a pie in Ala Bahma's face and a
Hawaiian song.

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