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Mexican Joyride (1947)

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Daffy Duck drives to Mexico for a vacation, and after a harrowing experience with the local cuisine that literally sets his mouth afire, Daffy goes to a bullfight ring to observe the ... See full summary »

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Daffy Duck drives to Mexico for a vacation, and after a harrowing experience with the local cuisine that literally sets his mouth afire, Daffy goes to a bullfight ring to observe the spectacle. When Daffy jeers at the bull, the horned beast removes the clothes from the human matador and puts them on Daffy as a challenge to the duck to fight the bull in the ring. Daffy foils the bull with a proposed wager on a hat trick, betting the bull to guess which of three sombreros Daffy is hiding under. Daffy sees to it that the bull guesses wrong and supplies a machine gun for the impoverished bull to commit suicide. The bull realizes that he is being fooled and, firing the machine gun, chases Daffy out of the bullfight ring. Daffy scrambles to his car to leave Mexico, thinking he has escaped the belligerent bull. But the bull is riding in the back seat of Daffy's vehicle. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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Hy-larious Cartoon
14 February 2001 | by (Austin, Texas) – See all my reviews

This cartoon always makes me laugh out loud. One of the best from director Arthur Davis, the pace is frenetic and the gags are wacky, if not always surprising. Still, it is very well put together. If you prefer the screaming, manic Daffy to the later, anxious Daffy then this is the cartoon for you.


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