"Le Cochon Danseur" is a French silent short film from 1907.
Early silent cinema owed much to vaudeville. One-act vaudeville productions served as a source of subjects for the first films. "Le Cochon Danseur" was a popular vaudeville act at the beginning of the 20th century. It was produced by the French company Pathé Frères, which existed from 1897 to 1923.
The film became quite a famous internet meme. The most famous fragment of the film is the last 20 seconds where the pig smiles and wags his tongue revealing scary, vampire-like teeth. Sometimes this face is called "the face of the devil".
An actor in a pig costume tries to flirt with a girl who humiliates him. At the end of the film, the pig smiles and wags his tongue, revealing scary, vampire-like teeth.
According to IMDb, the film is actually 4 minutes long when the released version is only 2 minutes long; this lead people into conspiracy. The rumors of the film being cut because of something not to be shown to anybody else pondered the web as something with morbid reasoning.
"After a long minute in the black, the pig appeared. It was the last shot from the original movie, the hideous one where the pig was sticking his tongue and laughing with his creepy face. The scene was playing in loop, still with that light noise sound. The whispers came back, but were more distinguishable, but still sounded like gibberish. Some long and low cries started to play. They became more and more loud. Sometimes, the screen jumped, displaying subliminal images. When I tried to pause the video to see the pics, I could see very grotesque scenes. A guy splatted by a train. A human corpse being opened by a surgeon. I started to feel bad... and at the end of the video, the cries were so loud, I had to mute the sound. But it's not the scariest part... the worst part was the last second of the movie. The pig's picture suddenly gets in sorta 3D for some reason and I feel like his tongue were at only 10 inches of me! I jumped from my chair and YouTube displayed its links, like it does when a video is finished..."