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Porky receives a letter from J. Botts in New York asking him to bring his ostrich Lulu over for a new show of his. However, ostriches aren't allowed on the train, so Porky has to sneak his pet on and conceal her without being caught.
- Warner Brothers
- When Porky leaves the train station, there is a sign that reads "When in Portis Stop at Millar Manor." This may have been a reference to Marvin Millar who was a storyman at Warners at that time, but it's not sure whether he worked on this cartoon.
Porky Pig 101
- MPAA No.: 2327
- Production No.: 7382
- Running time: 6:36
- Animation Type: Standard (Hand-drawn-Cel) Animation
- Color Type: Black and White
- Cinematographic Format: Spherical
- Original Language: English
- Original Country: United States
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