Not only do we get "Corn on the Cop", the last original appearance of Porky Pig (from 1965), but we also get...
Really? The 1968 “Bunny and Claude” cartoon and its sequel – that made up a series of only TWO cartoons in Warner's final days as a producer of theatrical shorts? That “Bunny and Claude”?
From the illustration, it's not perfectly clear if BOTH “Bunny and Claude” AND "The Great Carrot Train Robbery” are included -- but, if the count of 18 shorts is to be believed, that would make it so!
August 2012’s MOUSE CHRONICLES release included “It’s Nice to Have a Mouse Around the House” (1965 – which actually transitions Speedy Gonzalez’s nemesis from Sylvester, who suffers a nervous breakdown, to Daffy Duck), and “Merlin the Magic Mouse” (1967 – the debut of that character, who may have run longer in Gold Key Comics, than in theatrical shorts).
But, of all things to release as a tack-on to a Porky Pig collection… “Bunny and Claude”?
Whillikers! I wish *I’D* survived into the sixties!