Pigs in Literature
Babe in The Sheep-pig by Dick King-Smith (filmed as Babe)
The Empress of Blandings, created by P. G. Wodehouse
Freddy the Pig, in 13 different books by Walter R. Brooks.
Hen-Wen (the fortune-telling pig) in the Chronicles of Prydain by Lloyd Alexander
Napoleon in Animal Farm by George Orwell
Old Major in Animal Farm by George Orwell
Orson from the Jim Davis comic strip U.S. Acres
Pig from the comic strip Pearls efore Swine
Piglet in A. A. Milne's Winnie the Pooh stories.
Preston the Pig, a GMA Accessories, Inc. bean-bag toy, which resembled Squealer.
Snowball in Animal Farm by George Orwell
Squealer in Animal Farm by George Orwell - also a copyrighted name of a Ty Inc, beanie baby
The Three Little Pigs
Wilbur in Charlotte's Web by E. B. White
Pigs in Film
Babe in Babe and Babe: Pig in the City, both directed by George Miller
Petunia Pig (Porky Pig's girlfriend)
Hampton J. Pig from Tiny Toon Adventures
The Three Little Pigs '\'Silly Symphonies'' characters
Porco Rosso, the title character from Hayao Miyazaki's anime film 紅の豚, or Kurenai no buta
Pigs on Television
Arnold Ziffel in the 1965 - 1971 sitcom Green Acres.
Oolong in the Dragon Ball series.
Miss Piggy in Jim Henson's The Muppet Show.
Pinky and Perky (puppet pigs) who spoke like The Chipmunks, created by Czech immigrants Jan and Vlasta Dalibor (BBC television, from 1968)
Pigs in Music
"Piggy Pig Pig" from Procol Harum's album Home
"Pigs on the Wing" and "Pigs (Three Different Ones)" (only metaphorically pigs) in Pink Floyd's album Animals
The metaphorical "War Pigs" in Black Sabbath's protest song
Still more metaphorical pigs in The Beatles' song "Piggies"
List of historical pigs
List of fictional animals