Wet Cement
Directed By: David Gemmill[1]
Produced By: Rebecca Palatnik
Peter Browngardt (Executive)
Alex Kirwan (Supervising)
Released: May 12, 2020
Series: Looney Tunes Cartoons
Story: Michael Ruocco
Animation: Hal Newman
Brianne VanTuyle
Roger Chiasson (animation supervisor)
Bob Jaques (animation supervisor)
Blair Kitchen (animation supervisor)[2]
Film Editor: Tommy Meehan
Voiced By: Eric Bauza
Bob Bergen
Music: Carl Johnson
Starring: Daffy Duck
Porky Pig
Preceded By: Buzzard School
Succeeded By: Siberian Sam
Looney Tunes Cartoons Wet Cement Full HBO Max

Looney Tunes Cartoons Wet Cement Full HBO Max

Wet Cement is a 2020 Looney Tunes Cartoons short.


Porky Pig is smoothing out some recently-laid cement, and who should happen to come across the cement but Daffy Duck. At first, he decides to step in it just for fun, perplexing Porky, then uses a pair of stilts, a giant boot, a unicycle, an Eskimo jacket with added snowshoes, a pack of dogs, a Shetland pony drawn chariot, a motorcycle, and an army tank to disturb the cement, angering the pig. Porky then smooths out the cement once more and builds a brick wall to defend it, but Daffy uses an umbrella to land in the cement and hide in it, much to Porky's chagrin. Daffy then proceeds to form various statues with the cement, such as a naked model, Discobolus, The Statue of Liberty, and a parody of the Disneyland statue with Daffy's creator Tex Avery. Having had enough of the duck's antics, Porky hides in a sack to fool Daffy into thinking nobody is around and captures him, whereupon the pair dance together against Porky's will, spoiling the cement once more. Now at the end of his tether, Porky lands Daffy and covers him with the cement, blowdrying it so that he won't escape. When Porky leaves the area, Daffy laments his predicament by saying, "I am one stuck duck."






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