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Porky and Sylvester spend the night in Porky's new Gothic mansion. Lo and behold, ghost mice bent on killing Porky haunt the house. Sylvester (whom Porky calls "a...  (more)

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Two scenes have been edited out of modern releases. Sylvester pointing a gun to his head in Porky's bedroom and another in which a mouse hiding in a vase points a gun at Porky. The first cartoon in...  (more)

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Porky and Sylvester at their best!

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This is the original that Claws for Alarm was based on. This version has funnier lines and Porky is more sympathetic to Sylvester's plight in this one. This one seems to come up more often than Claws for Alarm, but they are both...  (read more)
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This is certainly not the first pairing of Porky and Sylvester. That distinction goes to Kitty Kornered. What does make this cartoon great is that Sylvester gets to stretch his pantomime skills. Under Jones competant guidance, we get to see Sylvester try to...  (read more)
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Jones understood as much about Sylvester as he later would the Tom & Jerry characters: in either case, no grasp at all of their salient traits. Jones' most unforgivable sin here is robbing SYlvester of the gift of speech--this was...  (read more)
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