Raise a Floppa - The Loop
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Porky is a big-game hunter in darkest Africa. Porky and his crew run across Spencer Tracy as Stanley. They discover a native village where Cake-Icer (Kay Kyser) has the jungle jumping with his jive.
- The redrawn colorized and computer colorized versions on Nickelodeon severely edited this cartoon to remove all the sequences of the African natives, and the ending replaced the shot of Africa as a blackfaced caricature bidding farewell to the viewer with a repeat of the opening pan from Dark Africa to Darkest Africa.
- This short is a parody of the live-action feature film Stanley & Livingstone (1939).
- This cartoon reuses animation from "The Isle of Pingo Pongo" (which, coincidentally, is a Censored Eleven cartoon that has been banned for its depiction of African caricatures. Contrast with this short, which did air on television [albeit severely edited] and did get an uncut and uncensored home media release), most notably the scene where the two fat native women dance.
- Cake-Icer is voiced by Kay Kyser himself.
- This cartoon currently hasn't aired much on American television since the 1960s for its heavy African stereotyping. Despite this, it is not one of the Censored Eleven. It aired heavily edited on Nickelodeon in the 1990s, and it was released on the Porky 101 DVD set uncut.
- A computer-colorized version does exist, albeit in a censored form.