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* {{Rainmaking}}: The salesman sells pills that are capable of making it rain among other weather conditions, and they genuinely work.


* LikeFatherLikeSon: Porky's father has the same stuttering speech impediment as him.

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* LikeFatherLikeSon: Porky's father has the same [[PorkyPigPronunciation stuttering speech impediment impediment]] as him.


* BlowYouAway: A good ends up swallow wind and thunder pills, causing it to rumble and breath gusts of wind. It comes in handy when it swallows the rain pill, causing the goose to fire it into the sky and make it rain.

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* BlowYouAway: A good goose ends up swallow wind and thunder pills, causing it to rumble and breath gusts of wind. It comes in handy when it swallows the rain pill, causing the goose to fire it into the sky and make it rain.


* EarthquakeMachine: One bird eats an earthquake pill, causing it to have personal earthquakes. When it holds onto something for a brace, that ends up shaking too.

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* BlowYouAway: A good ends up swallow wind and thunder pills, causing it to rumble and breath gusts of wind. It comes in handy when it swallows the rain pill, causing the goose to fire it into the sky and make it rain.
* EarthquakeMachine: One bird chicken eats an earthquake pill, causing it to have personal earthquakes. When it holds onto something for a brace, that ends up shaking too.too.
* HeatWave: The farm experiences such a scorcher that the apple trees wither, the corn stalks shrivel, the juice in watermelons boils, and the egg plants break apart and start sizzling.


* HereWeGoAgain: After they finally get rain, Porky and his father are relieved. Then the animals start acting up again.

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* EarthquakeMachine: One bird eats an earthquake pill, causing it to have personal earthquakes. When it holds onto something for a brace, that ends up shaking too.
* HereWeGoAgain: After they finally get rain, Porky and his father are relieved. Then the animals animals' weather ailments start acting up again.



* IrisOut: A goose gets caught outside of it at the end.

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* IrisOut: A goose gets caught outside of it at the end. It opens back up for Porky to pull it back in.


* RecylcedScript: The plot of the cartoon would be reused in "Sioux Me", only with Indians instead of farmers.

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* RecylcedScript: RecycledScript: The plot of the cartoon would be reused in "Sioux Me", only with Indians instead of farmers.

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* LikeFatherLikeSon: Porky's father has the same stuttering speech impediment as him.


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* {{Rainmaking}}: The salesman sells pills that are capable of making it rain among other weather conditions, and they genuinely work.
* RecylcedScript: The plot of the cartoon would be reused in "Sioux Me", only with Indians instead of farmers.


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* WavingSignsAround: When the animals go on strike, they hold up signs saying they refused to work without feed.


* WeatherControlDevice: The pills are actually capable of manipulating the weather.

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* WeatherControlDevice: WeatherManipulation: The pills are actually capable of manipulating the weather.producing whatever weather effect is written on them.


* InstantlyDefeatheredBird: A chicken ends up eating a cyclone pill, causing it to spin like an actual cyclone. The force ends up removing all the chicken's feathers, with its last tail feather coming off in a mini cyclone.



* PhlebotinumPills: The weather pills. The salesman shows off the rain pill by shooting it into the air and producing rain. When the animals eat the pills, they get the effects of the labeled weather - a chicken shakes after taking the earthquake pill, a fog develops around a horse who took the fog pill, etcetera.

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* PhlebotinumPills: The weather pills. The salesman shows off the rain pill by shooting it into the air and producing rain. When the animals eat the pills, they get the effects of the labeled weather - a chicken shakes after taking the earthquake pill, a fog develops around a horse who took the fog pill, etcetera.etcetera.
* SnakeOilSalesman: Averted, as the pills work exactly as the salesman said they would.
* WeatherControlDevice: The pills are actually capable of manipulating the weather.


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* HereWeGoAgain: After they finally get rain, Porky and his father are relieved. Then the animals start acting up again.
* IrisOut: A goose gets caught outside of it at the end.
* PhlebotinumPills: The weather pills. The salesman shows off the rain pill by shooting it into the air and producing rain. When the animals eat the pills, they get the effects of the labeled weather - a chicken shakes after taking the earthquake pill, a fog develops around a horse who took the fog pill, etcetera.


Porky's family farm is devastated by a severe drought that is withering away all their crops. When the farm animals go on strike due to lack of feed, Porky's father give their last dollar to buy the animals some feed. While in town, however, Porky sees a traveling salesman demonstrate weather pills, capable of actually making rain, and buys a box of pills instead of the feed. When his father learns of this, he throws the box in disgust, scattering the pills all over the farm. Wacky hijinks ensue as the hungry farm animals eat the weather pills and experience their effects, while Porky and his father search for the rain pill to save their farm before it too is eaten by the animals.

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Porky's family farm is devastated by a severe drought that is withering away all their crops. When the farm animals go on strike due to lack of feed, Porky's father give gives him their last dollar to buy the animals some feed. While in town, however, Porky sees a traveling salesman demonstrate weather pills, capable of actually making rain, and buys a box of pills instead of the feed. When his father learns of this, he throws the box in disgust, scattering the pills all over the farm. Wacky hijinks ensue as the hungry farm animals eat the weather pills and experience their effects, while Porky and his father search for the rain pill to save their farm before it too is eaten by the animals.

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'''Porky the Rainmaker''' is a 1936 ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' theatrical cartoon directed by Creator/FredAvery and staring WesternAnimation/PorkyPig. Originally in black and white, it was colorized in 1967.

Porky's family farm is devastated by a severe drought that is withering away all their crops. When the farm animals go on strike due to lack of feed, Porky's father give their last dollar to buy the animals some feed. While in town, however, Porky sees a traveling salesman demonstrate weather pills, capable of actually making rain, and buys a box of pills instead of the feed. When his father learns of this, he throws the box in disgust, scattering the pills all over the farm. Wacky hijinks ensue as the hungry farm animals eat the weather pills and experience their effects, while Porky and his father search for the rain pill to save their farm before it too is eaten by the animals.

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