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Scrap Happy Daffy (1943)

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Daffy takes on a goat sent by Hitler to eat up his scrap pile.



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Uncredited cast:
Daffy Duck / Hitler / Nazi Soldiers / Submarine Captain / Billy Goat / Great-Great-Great-Great-Great-Uncle Dillingham Duck / Minuteman Duck / Pioneer Duck / Admiral Duck / Lincoln Duck / Daffy's Ancestors (voice) (uncredited)
Dorothy Lloyd ...
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Tedd Pierce ...
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During World War Two, Daffy Duck owns a junkyard which collects scrap metal to use in building weapons to continue the Allied fight against the Axis powers. Hitler reads about Daffy's scrap pile and about Daffy's stated intent to win the war with junk and, after throwing a fit and chewing a carpet like a mad dog, orders Daffy's scrap pile destroyed. The Nazi weapon for achieving this task is a goat that begins eating the metal in Daffy's junkyard. Inspired by spirits from America's patriotic past, Daffy soars into the air and becomes a "Super American" to defeat the goat and fight back against the German submarine that dispatched it. He awakens, thinking this was all a dream, and finds the German submarine at the top of his scrap pile, with a chorus of German soldiers who say, "Next time you dream, count us out!" Written by Kevin McCorry <>

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goat | dream | junkyard | submarine | hitler | See more »


Animation | War | Short | Comedy



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21 August 1943 (USA)  »

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In the subtitles of Hitler's rant, he refers to Daffy as a "Non Aryan Duck". This fits in with filmmaker Greg Ford's account that actor Mel Blanc confided that Daffy is supposed to sound "Jewish" as opposed to Sylvester's "Gentile" voice. See more »


In the shot where Daffy notices the Nazi medallion, the goat's horns are completely straight. Otherwise, his horns are curved at the ends. See more »


Daffy's Ancestors: [singing] Americans don't give up!
Daffy Duck: That's right! And I'm an American. Duck.
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Written by Richard Wagner
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A Tashlin Gem
28 June 2001 | by (Burbank, CA) – See all my reviews

A great piece of war propaganda, and really funny too. Along with Clampett, Tashlin was an espouser of the Warner Bros. "Rowdyism." This cartoon is filled with many sharply-timed great gags. It also has the signature Tashlin montage scene. Shot in black and white, the backgrounds employ beautifully stark graphic designs. The Tashlin color cartoons never used this for some reason. There is also some UPA-like stylized animation of Daffy's ancestors in one scene. The Daffy here is the emotionally exuberant Daffy of the early forties. In cartoons from this period he was sometimes used as a hero to thwart the Nazis, which is what happens here. Specifically, a nazi goat sent over to eat his scrap pile. This was a humorous way to remind people on the homefront to help pitch in the war effort and recycle their junk. It is rarely shown on t.v. and hard to find on video, but if you get a chance I recommend you watch it.

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