animated cartoon You Ought to Be in Pictures © Warner Bros. / Leon Schlesinger Studios
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You Ought to Be in Pictures

Daffy Convinces Porky to give up his career in cartoons to pursue one in the movies, Porky goes to Leon Schlesinger’s office to ask him to tear up his contract and leaves for stardom. However he finds the real world studios less than welcoming and soon returns to Termite Terrace, only to find that Daffy is trying to supersede him as the main star.

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Wow what great special effects that are even earlier than Who Framed Roger Rabbit. The story though simple was really funny I espcially loved Daffy Ducks scheming and Porky Pigs disguise...
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Possibly one of my favorite Warner Bros. cartoons. Directed by Friz Freleng it is a perfect blend of live action and animation and offers an inside look at Leon Schleshienger's...
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A long time ago, I first watched this cartoon on special that premiered on Cartoon Network. I don't exactly remember what it was called, but they nominated this cartoon as...
Created by: Warner Bros., Leon Schlesinger Studios
Language: English
Country of Origin: USA
Featuring the voices of:
Mel Blanc ... Porky, Daffy, Guard (dub)
Featuring live-action actors:
Leon Schlesinger ... Himself
Michael Maltese ... Studio Guard
Directed by: Friz Freleng
Produced by: Leon Schlesinger
Musical Score by: Carl W. Stalling
Writing Credits: Jack Miller
Animated by: Herman Cohen

animated cartoon You Ought to Be in Pictures © Warner Bros. / Leon Schlesinger StudiosDaffy’s (and by definition Sylvester’s*) distinctive lisping voice was based on Leon Schlesinger’s, who never realized that the voice was a mockery of his own. When he first heard Daffy speak, his first exclamation was “that’s a funny voice, where did you find such a funny voice”

*Mel Blanc preformed the same voice for both Sylvester and Daffy. The difference was that, for Daffy, the voice would later be sped up.

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