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Hollywood Daffy (1946)

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Daffy sneaks onto the Warmer Brothers lot, eventually posing as a tour guide. Daffy spoofs a number of contemporary stars, and others appear as "themselves". He also has a number of run-ins with a studio cop.

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Seeking fame and fortune in the picture business, the little black duck arrives in Hollywood and makes a bee line for Warmer Brothers studio where he hopes to meet the stars and land a contract. However, the studio has a guard who is determined not to let anyone in. Written by bob the moo

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The cartoon version of Bette Davis that is seen entering the Warmer Brothers studio lot talking to herself says "So, you say I'm mean to you. You say I'm mad, cruel, domineering. Well, you're right. I'm all this - and heaven too". All This, and Heaven Too (1940) was a big Bette Davis blockbuster from 6 years earlier. See more »

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Studio Guard: [Daffy enters covered in gold paint] Say, who are you supposed to be?
Daffy Duck: Peasant! For your sole information, I am the Academy Oscar, and J.L. is waiting.
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Hooray for Hollywood
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Music by Richard A. Whiting
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A great cartoon. :-)
20 August 2009 | by (Scotland) – See all my reviews

I know not everyone may think so, but this is what I like... A crazy daffy, fun historical references (even if I do not understand all of them) and a very well produced mixture of sight and verbal gags. The idea is perhaps not completely original (someone trying to stop Daffy from reaching a goal of some form or another), but Daffy pulls off the episode very well.

In this episode, Daffy Duck has arrived in Hollywood and is INCREDIBLY excited. He hopes to meet all the film stars, but a policeman is preventing him from seeing anybody, as no visitors are allowed into the film sets. Will Daffy see the stars? I recommend this fantastic, exciting, hilarious and entertaining episode to people who like the crazy daffy (verging onto the more known greedy Daffy both animation-wise and personality-wise) and to people who like old cartoons in general. There is a little expected slapstick, but luckily not too much. Enjoy "Hollywood Daffy"! :-) 8 and a half out of ten


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