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Daffy Doodles (1946)

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Daffy Duck is on the rampage, painting mustaches on every face, with Policeman Porky Pig in pursuit.



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Cast overview:
Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Judge / Jerry Colonna Jury (voice)


In a large eastern American city, a fiend is loose, painting mustaches onto the faces shown on billboards and posters. This fiend is a wacky Daffy Duck whose compulsion to paint mustaches has no bounds. He is chased by police officer Porky Pig on the city walkways, in a subway station, and atop a building with a large billboard. Daffy manages to paint a mustache on anyone he encounters. He takes special delight in doing so to Porky, as many times as he can. Porky finally catches Daffy, and the mischievous mallard is brought to court, where he is acquitted by a jury of mustached Jerry Colonnas! Written by Kevin McCorry <>

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6 April 1946 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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The celebrity photos whom Daffy Duck draws mustaches on are (in order): Alexis Smith, Ann Sheridan, Peter Lorre, Humphrey Bogart, and Ida Lupino. See more »


[first lines]
Narrator: In a large, eastern city, a demon is on the loose. The people are terrified, the police baffled. With diabolical cleverness, the monster strikes without warning... and draws mustaches on all the ads. No one knows who this fiend is. It could be you. It could be me.
Daffy Duck: But it happens to be me!
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References To Have and Have Not (1944) See more »


I'm Just Wild About Harry
Music by Eubie Blake
Lyrics by Noble Sissle
Sung by Daffy Duck
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Crazy enough to overcome the average animation!
15 December 2003 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A demon is loose in the city, terrorising the people and the police are baffled by a maniac who is drawing moustaches on all posters. Police sergeant Porky Pig sets up an elaborate sting to try the fiend - who is actually Daffy Duck on a crime spree.

This cartoon opens with two things - average animation and a really poor song from Daffy. Both these things had me worried, and the basic plot didn't really convince me otherwise cause it all seemed a bit crazy. BUT, as the saying goes, it was just crazy enough to work! The silly plot led to a fun chase between Porky and Daffy that had a hatful of imaginative gags including, my favourite, Daffy painting a moustache in the air for Porky to run into it!

It looks average and it's a shame the animation couldn't have had a bit more effort put into it, but it still plays well. The characters are not as strong as they could have been. Porky was a bit bland and Daffy was not his full-on crazy self but slightly more toned down.

However, it is wacky enough to please and I enjoyed it despite my early concerns.

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