The number one public enemy is on the loose, and he just so happens to look like Porky. He kidnaps Porky and disguises himself as the bank teller that Porky is and takes advantage of this by stealing. The police find where Porky is, and Petunia discovers that Porky is captured. She decides to go out with the killer instead of Porky.
- Mae West - Killer's disguise
- This short uses an alternate version of the 1937-38 opening theme of "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down". It would only be used again in "Porky's Hero Agency" and "Porky's Poppa".
- Killer’s hideout is at the Katz School for Girls, a reference to Ray Katz, Leon Schlesinger’s brother-in-law.
- The newspaper detailing Killer's escape from prison mentions that the events of the short take place in Porkysville, on the "Thoid of Octember". Leon Schlesinger is listed as the paper's writer.