Do-Do Trouble is a Looney Tunes cartoon starring Porky Pig. It is a remake of the 1938 cartoon "Porky in Wackyland" directed by Bob Clampett, and the 1949 cartoon "Dough for the Do-Do" directed by Friz Freleng. Voices are provided by Bob Bergen, Frank Welker, Joe Alaskey, Jim Cummings, and John DiMaggio.


A newspaper shows Porky traveling to Africa to hunt the rare dodo bird, worth four sextillion dollars. Porky uses his airplane to go to Dark Africa, then Darker Africa, and finally lands in Darkest Africa (per the route shown in the cartoon, somewhere in the vicinity of the Sudan). When Porky lands, a sign tells him that he's in Wackyland ("Population: 100 nuts and a squirrel"), while a scary voice booms out "IT CAN HAPPEN... HERE!" Porky tiptoes in his airplane, when he is greeted by a roaring beast, who quickly turns effeminate and dances away in the forest. Soon he watches, as the sun lifts above the horizon by a tower of stacked creatures, with the top one holding it up. Nearby, another creature rises out of a tall flower, playing a bit of "The William Tell Overture", using his nose like a flute. After a few seconds, the creature unleashes into a wild drum solo, which brings out many strange, weird, and oafish creatures around, including a strange rabbit dangling in mid-air from a swing that seems to be threaded through its own ears and an angry criminal imprisoned behind a free-floating barred window that he holds in his hands. As Porky tries to find the dodo, he gets distracted by a black duck screaming "Mammy!", a horn-head, and a conjoined cat & dog hybrid creature spinning around like a tornado.

Finally, the last dodo of the dodo species appears. Porky tries to catch the dodo, but the dodo plays tricks on him. At one time, the Do-Do pulls out a pencil and draws a door in mid-air, which then takes on tactile form, opens the door and runs through, but instead he reaches down and lifts up the bottom edge of the door like a curtain, revealing it as rubbery and malleable. He darts underneath and lets it snap back into place for Porky to bump into it. At another point, the dodo appears on the Warner Brothers shield and sling shots Porky into the ground. Porky is eventually defeated, when the dodo pulls a wall of bricks in the picture and lets him crash into it, with bricks flying everywhere. At the end of the film, Porky triumphs when he disguises as a bearded paperboy, and shouts "Extra! Extra! Porky captures Dodo!", before hitting the bird with a mallet. However, he is surprised to discover a multitude of dodos still on the loose.