For the 1971 reprint in Porky Pig (Western, 1965 series) #36, two illustrated insets were added to the bottom of the cover image – one for Bugs Bunny and one for Cool Cat – listing the stories contained therein.
Porky Pig; Elmer Fudd; Professor Torina; Bowarti Natives; mischievous monkeys
Porky and Elmer are on an archeological expedition as assistants to Professor Torina. While exploring Aztec ruins in a jungle surrounded by a mysterious fog, they find a huge egg-shaped sapphire that carries a curse which hypnotizes Elmer into believing he is the descendent of an Aztec tyrant. He goes to a nearby hostile native village where the inhabitants think he is a great spirit from out of the fog. Can Porky break the curse, and shock Elmer out of his hypnotic trance and back to normal, by uttering a key emotion-stirring phrase?
Porky, Bugs, and Cicero are fishing in the Atlantic when an underwater mountain rises beside them. Their boat gets beached by the rising mountain, but when they fashion lines to lower it to ocean level, the mountain decides to submerge again. They are saved when their boat lands on top of a whale. In the process, an artifact from the mountain is washed onto their boat. When two curious seafaring strangers show up, Porky and Bugs do their best to hide their discovery.