Curtain Razor Trailer

Curtain Razor Trailer (1949)

21 May 1949 7 mins

Porky, a talent scout for "Goode and Korney Talent Agency," auditions various acts. A final gag has a wolf performing this "stupendous act" where he wears a devil hat, cape and the like, drinks nitroglycerin, gasoline and other explosive stuff, then swallows a match. KABOOM! Porky thinks that the act is really good until the wolf's ghost comes in and says that there's a catch... "I can only do it once!"(Source: bcdb.com)

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Cast

Mel Blanc

as Porky Pig / Grasshopper / Turtle / Al Jolson / Janitor / Dog / Flea Circus Dog (voice)

Dave Barry

as Various (voice) (uncredited)

Stan Freberg

as Fox (voice) (uncredited)

Dorothy Lloyd

as Various (voice) (uncredited)

Cliff Nazarro

as Various (voice) (uncredited)

John Woodbury

as Sinatra and Crosby birds (singing) (uncredited)

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 21 May 1949

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