You Don’t Know What You’re Doin’! (1931) is a nicely put together cartoon with a stylised drunk sequence, great music from Gus Arnheim’s Orchestra (a band that was broadcasting from the Cocoanut Grove on KFWB at the period this cartoon was made) and some good little takes.
Piggy puts bootleg hootch in his car’s radiator.
This is a really imaginative take. A drainage intake at the end of a sidewalk turns into a monster to scare a drunken dog.
There’s always a butt gag in these early sound cartoons.
And a flatulence joke that turns into an Al Jolson “Mammy” joke.
Poor Piggy and girl-friend Fluffy made their debut in this cartoon, though Fluffy vanishes half-way through, maybe out of embarrassment for being a pig named Fluffy. They lasted one more cartoon.
Norm Blackburn, later an NBC TV executive, and Friz Freleng are the credited artists.