Porky's 3: Revenge


The hopes, the dreams...

the aspirations of a

striving peopie...

for a better world to live in.

The future is with us today.

Their bright, shining faces...

are ours.

These young people will

sally forth for us...

carrying the banner of decency...

love, honesty...


and they wiil forge

our coming worid.

They wilI be our hairdressers...


automobiie salesmen...

sex therapists...

interior decorators...


and perhaps...

a president of our united States.

And today...

we celebrate their beginnings.

I proudly give you...

our graduating class.

Pat Rosen...

Robin Gallup...

Mitzi DeBelia...

David Marwood...

Kimberly... Oh, Jesus.

Kimberiy Ann... Bah!

Jonathon Martin...

Max Ciooney,

Jefrey Jay Numan...

Jennifer Grant,

Inga Johansson...

Edward Morris...

Pee Wee! Pee Wee!

Pee Wee! Pee Wee!

Pee Wee! Pee Wee!

Pee Wee! Pee Wee!

Pee Wee! Pee Wee!

Pee Wee! Pee Wee!

Pee Wee! Pee Wee!

Pee Wee! Pee Wee!

Pee Wee! Pee Wee!

Pee Wee! Pee Wee!

Pee Wee! Pee Weei

You're gonna be late

for school again.

- Do you intend never to graduate?

- Mmm.

Where'd you get it?

My cousin at Southern

Methodist sent it to me.

How long can we keep it?

Long as we want.

He says we're sexually ignorant.

- I guess we'll see.

- Yep.

Hey, you guys!

Wait'll you see what we got!

Hey, hold on. Pee Wee's

telling us about his dream.

- So then she takes out this gazoombie.

- Gazoombie? What's that?

You kn... You know.

Num-nums, choo-choos, tits!

You know, she flashes everybody right

in the middle ofthe graduation ceremony.

The biggest gazoombie I ever saw.

This girl was practically deformed.

Then Carter steps on my gown, and the whole

graduating class is looking at my wiener.

They'd need magnifying glasses

to see your wiener.

It's more like a wienerette.

Oh, yeah? When they saw it,

I got a standing ovation.

They were standing

to get a better look.

At least I had something

they wanted to see, Wendy.

We've got something

you'll all want to see.

A stag film.

- A real stag film?

- You're too young, Pee Wee.

- Your growth is stunted enough.

- Come on, Meat!

- You gotta let me see it! You gotta!

- I don't know, Pee Wee.

This has got more beaver in it

than the entire state of Wisconsin.

They say you can go blind

from lookin' at stuff like that.

No, the only way you'll go blind

is by lookin' at it like that.

Yeah, well,

you got any better ideas?

Well, I am the president

ofthe Audiovisual Club.

Hey, guys,

what's he doin' to her now?

Ah, looks like he's tryin'

to take her temperature.

Yeah, without a thermometer?

Oh, I'm sure he'll

think of something.


Look familiar, guys?

Yeah, looks like your entire arm.

That's disgusting!

Hey, you're blockin' my view.

Close the door, pecker-breath!

The light's comin' in!

Decency demands that the culprit

be thrown out of school.

These pupils don't

deserve to graduate.

They're sick.

They're perverted.

They're retarded.

Mr. Carter! Mr. Carter,

I demand to know...

what you intend to do

about this!

- Mr. Carter!

- Huh?

Oh. Oh, yes.

This is awful.


Especially the woman

with the big ti... with the big ti...


I am ashamed at each

and every one of you.

What have you got

to say for yourselves?

Maybe you'd better explain to them

what will happen if the culprit...

who's responsible for this schlock

film doesn't step forward.

Yes. uh...

- What will happen?

- Expulsion!

- For all ofthem.

- Right, right.

Who is responsible?

uh, Mr. Carter...

I brought it in.

But I don't think the film

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Bob Clark

Benjamin "Bob" Clark (August 5, 1939 – April 4, 2007) was an American actor, director, screenwriter and producer best known for directing and writing the script with Jean Shepherd to the 1983 Christmas film A Christmas Story. Although he worked primarily in the United States, from 1973 to 1983 he worked in Canada and was responsible for some of the most successful films in Canadian film history such as Black Christmas (1974), Murder by Decree (1979), Tribute (1980), and Porky's (1982). more…

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