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Porky, [[VagueAge depicted as a child in this cartoon]], is tempted to take up smoking, and he ends up having a smoke-induced nightmare/hallucination OpinionChangingDream that sets him straight. Needless to say SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped in this cartoon.

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Porky, [[VagueAge depicted as a child in this cartoon]], is tempted to take up smoking, and he ends up having a smoke-induced nightmare/hallucination OpinionChangingDream that sets him straight. Needless to say say, SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped in this cartoon.



* CrossdressingVoices: According to Daniel Goldmark's DVD commentary of this short on the "Looney Tunes Golden Collection" DVD set[[note]]volume 5[[/note]], Tedd Pierce (one of the writers at the time) was the voice of Porky's mother.



* JohnBarleycornAndFriends: During his hallucination, Porky is bedeviled by anthropomorphized tobacco products and accessories led by a smoky spectre named Nick O` Teen.

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* JohnBarleycornAndFriends: During his hallucination, Porky is bedeviled by anthropomorphized tobacco products and accessories led by a smoky spectre named Nick O` Teen.O'Teen.


** The stoog cigars are caricatures of Film/TheThreeStooges.

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** The stoog stogie cigars are caricatures of Film/TheThreeStooges.Film/TheThreeStooges (the original trio of Moe, Larry, and Curly).



* OminousPipeOrgan: Parodied; Nick O'Teen plays an organ where he presses down on matches and the music comes out of pipes.

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* OminousPipeOrgan: Parodied; Nick O'Teen plays an the organ where he presses down on matches and the music comes out of pipes.



* PublicDomainSoundtrack: The "Little Boys Shouldn't Smoke" song number borrows its melody directly from "Mysterious Mose", but completely changes the lyrics.

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* PublicDomainSoundtrack: The "Little Boys Shouldn't Smoke" song number borrows its melody directly from "Mysterious Mose", Mose" (the music riff often used during scary scenes in a lot of the Looney Tunes cartoons), but completely changes the lyrics.



* VisualPun: Several in the nightmare equine, including...

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* VisualPun: Several in the nightmare equine, sequence (a lot of which stretch the limits of pun humor to painful levels), including...


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** The Three Stooges as "stogies" (a stogie is an old slang term for a cigar)
** Bing Crosby and Rudy Vallee as Corona-Corona cigars (Crosby and Vallee were crooners, and their cigars are called "crooner-crooner" cigars)
** "Nite Howl" (Night Owl) brand cigars
** "Fat Emma" brand Turkish cigarettes (Fatima brand Turkish cigarettes)

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* CrossdressingVoices: According to Daniel Goldmark's DVD commentary of this short on the "Looney Tunes Golden Collection" DVD set[[note]]volume 5[[/note]], Tedd Pierce (one of the writers at the time) was the voice of Porky's mother.


* CigarChomper: The tough kid. Porky is tempted to become one.

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* CigarChomper: The tough kid. Porky is tempted to become one.one, but it backfires miserably.



* ThreeStoogesShoutOut: Porky encounters three cigars that look like the Three Stooges (the original trio of Moe, Larry, and Curly).

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* ThreeStoogesShoutOut: Porky encounters three cigars that look like the Three Stooges (the original trio of Moe, Larry, Curly, and Curly).Moe; shown left to right in the page image).

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* DarkReprise: The scene where the tough kid is doing cigar tricks is accompanied by a minor version of The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down.


-->'''Bully:''' A nickel? One-twentieth of a dollar? Five cents? One half a dime? Did you say a nickel? ''[[Creator/KatherineHepburn Rah-ley?]]''

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-->'''Bully:''' A nickel? One-twentieth of a dollar? Five cents? One half a dime? Did you say a nickel? ''[[Creator/KatherineHepburn ''[[Creator/KatharineHepburn Rah-ley?]]''


'''''Wholly Smoke''''' is a 1938 ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' animated short directed by Creator/FrankTashlin and starring WesternAnimation/PorkyPig.

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'''''Wholly Smoke''''' "Wholly Smoke" is a 1938 ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' animated short directed by Creator/FrankTashlin and starring WesternAnimation/PorkyPig.


* {{Bowdlerization}}: The computer-colorized and redrawn versions of this cartoon that aired on the syndicated ''Merrie Melodies Show'', CartoonNetwork, and Nickelodeon was edited to get rid of some of the racial stereotypes, such as recoloring The Mills Brothers matches so that they're red instead of blackfaced, cutting the part where the pipe cleaner sticks his head in a pipe and comes out looking like Cab Calloway[[note]]it should be noted that Nickelodeon used to air that part uncut in the early 1990s[[/note]], and the brief scene of Porky being tied to a stake while American Indian peace pipes dance around him. This being said, the part with the Mexican/Cuban cigars shaking matchbox maracas and blowing smoke in Porky's face was not cut on any of these channels, nor was this cartoon banned for depicting tobacco use (possibly because it depicted smoking in a bad light).

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* {{Bowdlerization}}: The computer-colorized and redrawn versions of this cartoon that aired on the syndicated ''Merrie Melodies Show'', CartoonNetwork, Creator/CartoonNetwork, and Nickelodeon was edited to get rid of some of the racial stereotypes, such as recoloring The Mills Brothers matches so that they're red instead of blackfaced, cutting the part where the pipe cleaner sticks his head in a pipe and comes out looking like Cab Calloway[[note]]it should be noted that Nickelodeon used to air that part uncut in the early 1990s[[/note]], and the brief scene of Porky being tied to a stake while American Indian peace pipes dance around him. This being said, the part with the Mexican/Cuban cigars shaking matchbox maracas and blowing smoke in Porky's face was not cut on any of these channels, nor was this cartoon banned for depicting tobacco use (possibly because it depicted smoking in a bad light).

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* PublicDomainSoundtrack: The "Little Boys Shouldn't Smoke" song number borrows its melody directly from "Mysterious Mose", but completely changes the lyrics.


* DeliberatelyMonochrome: The cartoon was made in black-and-white as Warners wasn't yet that succesful in those days to afford color cartoons.

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* DeliberatelyMonochrome: The cartoon cartoon, like all the other Looney Tunes shorts of the time, was made in black-and-white black-and-white, as Warners wasn't yet that succesful in those days series didn't have the higher budgets that its sister series, the Merrie Melodies, had that allowed it to afford color cartoons.permanently upgrade to color.

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* JohnBarleycornAndFriends: During his hallucination, Porky is bedeviled by anthropomorphized tobacco products and accessories led by a smoky spectre named Nick O` Teen.


* {{Bowdlerization}}: The computer-colorized and redrawn versions of this cartoon that aired on the syndicated ''Merrie Melodies Show'', CartoonNetwork, and Nickelodeon was edited to get rid of some of the racial stereotypes, such as recoloring The Mills Brothers matches so that they're red instead of blackfaced, cutting the part where the pipe cleaner sticks his head in a pipe and comes out looking like Cab Calloway[[note]]it should be noted that Nickelodeon used to air that part uncut in the early 1990s[[/note]], and the brief scene of Porky being tied to a stake while American Indian peace pipes dance around him. This being said, the part with the Mexican/Cuban cigars shaking matchbox maracas and blowing smoke in Porky's face was not cut on any of these channels, nor was this cartoon banned for depicting tobacco use (possibly because it depicted smoking in a bad light).



* ThreeStoogesShoutOut: Porky encounters three cigars that look like the Three Stooges.

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* ThreeStoogesShoutOut: Porky encounters three cigars that look like the Three Stooges.Stooges (the original trio of Moe, Larry, and Curly).


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Porky, [[VagueAge depicted as a child in this cartoon]], is tempted to take up smoking, and he ends up having a smoke-induced nightmare/hallucination that sets him straight.

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Porky, [[VagueAge depicted as a child in this cartoon]], is tempted to take up smoking, and he ends up having a smoke-induced nightmare/hallucination OpinionChangingDream that sets him straight.
straight. Needless to say SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped in this cartoon.


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* DeliberatelyMonochrome: The cartoon was made in black-and-white as Warners wasn't yet that succesful in those days to afford color cartoons.


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* SmokingIsNotCool: The central message of this cartoon.


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* ThreeStoogesShoutOut: Porky encounters three cigars that look like the Three Stooges.


'''''Wholly Smoke''''' is a 1938 ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes animated short directed by Creator/FrankTashlin and starring WesternAnimation/PorkyPig.

Porky ([[VagueAge depicted as a child in this cartoon]]) is tempted to take up smoking, and he ends up having a smoke-induced nightmare/hallucination that sets his straight.

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'''''Wholly Smoke''''' is a 1938 ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' animated short directed by Creator/FrankTashlin and starring WesternAnimation/PorkyPig.

Porky ([[VagueAge Porky, [[VagueAge depicted as a child in this cartoon]]) cartoon]], is tempted to take up smoking, and he ends up having a smoke-induced nightmare/hallucination that sets his him straight.



-->'''Bully:''' A nickel? One-twentieth of a dollar? Five cents? One half a dime? Did you say a nickel? ''[[KatherineHepburn Rah-ley?]]''
* MyCard: Nick O'Teen presents his card to Porky, which reveals his address as 1313 Tobacco Road.

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-->'''Bully:''' A nickel? One-twentieth of a dollar? Five cents? One half a dime? Did you say a nickel? ''[[KatherineHepburn ''[[Creator/KatherineHepburn Rah-ley?]]''
* MyCard: Nick O'Teen presents his card to Porky, which reveals his address as 1313 [[ThirteenIsUnlucky 1313]] Tobacco Road.



* ThemeTuneCameo: The scene of the tough kid performing cigar tricks is set to the ''Looney Tunes'' theme "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down".

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* ThemeTuneCameo: The scene of the tough kid performing cigar tricks is set to the ''Looney Tunes'' theme theme, "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down".



** Chewing tobacco that is seen chewing.

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** Chewing tobacco that is seen chewing.chewing.
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