—Signpost on the border of Wackyland.
Contains examples of:
- An Aesop: Yes, there actually is one, but it's very vague—Get-Rich-Quick Schemes never work.
- Anticlimax: In the beginning when it seems like the first monster that Porky encounters is about to attack him it turns out to be a very prissy monster and promptly walks off.
- Butt Monkey: Porky Pig's confrontations with the Do-do are very one sided, thanks in part to that the Do-Do is an experienced Reality Warper. It's not until the end when he disguises himself as a newsboy (or, in "Dough for the Do-Do", a do-do himself) that he is actually able to catch him.
- Darkest Africa: It's right after Dark Africa and Darker Africa.
- Deranged Animation: Quite possibly the Trope Codifier.
- Everything's Nuttier With Squirrels: The population of Wackyland according to a sign is "100 nuts and a Squirrel".
- Extra! Extra! Read All About It!: At the beginning.
- He Went That Way: When Porky asks a goggily eyed resident with a candle on his head where the Dodo is he says this and his many arms point in different directions.
- It Runs on Nonsensoleum: Pretty much anything that exists within Wackyland.
- Just for Pun: The titular Rubber (Marching) Band.
- Last of His Kind: The Do-Do. Subverted at the end, where dozens of Do-Dos pop out.Do-Dos: Yes sir! He's got the last Do-Do!
- Logo Joke: See the picture.
- Looney Tunes In The Thirties
- Not Rare Over There: See above.
- Reality Warper: The Do-Do.
- Remake: 1949's Dough for the Do-Do by Friz Freleng, made with most of the original animation included note , but with updated, Daliesque backgrounds, an entirely new soundtrack, and new scenes.
- Screwy Squirrel: The Do-Do.
- Shout-Out: In Tiny Toon Adventures there was a portal to Wackyland from Acme Acres, and one of the characters was Gogo Do-Do, the son of the Do-Do from Porky in Wackyland.
Tiny creature: He says his mother was scared by a pawnbroker's sign!
- In a blink-and-you-miss-it moment, one character had a "WB" on him and blinked at the audience.
- One of the "monsters" in Wackyland is a three-headed goon who's heads slap and poke each other while babbling incoherently. Guess who they look like?
- Spell My Name with a "The": The Do-Do, apparently. The video game Looney Tunes: Acme Arsenal lists his official name as Yo-Yo the Do-Do, however.
- Stock Footage: Some of the footage in this cartoon was later recycled for another Bob Clampett short: Tin Pan Alley Cat.
- Surreal Humor
- Travel Montage: The line on the map variety.
- Twist Ending: There are actually DOZENS of Do-dos living in Wackyland.
- Wackyland: Trope Maker and Trope Namer.