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Daffy Duck Slept Here (1948)

Approved | | Family, Animation, Short | 6 March 1948 (USA)
Porky Pig fights to get a room in the only vacant hotel in town. Unfortunately, he must share his room with Daffy Duck, who irritates Porky and makes the night uncomfortable for him.

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Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Hotel Clerks / Manager / Elevator Boy (voice)
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Porky Pig fights to get a room in the only vacant hotel in town. Unfortunately, he must share his room with Daffy Duck, who irritates Porky and makes the night uncomfortable for him. Written by Ondre Lombard <olombard@artist-bros.org>

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The title comes from the advertisement for tourists: George Washington Slept Here. See more »

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Daffy Duck: Good night, fat boy.
Porky Pig: B-B-Buenas noches.
[turns off lights; Daffy turns them on again and taps Porky on the head]
Daffy Duck: What's "Bonus noches"?
Porky Pig: That's Spanish for "Bon soir."
Daffy Duck: Oh.
[Turns lights off; turns them on again and knocks on Porky's head]
Daffy Duck: What's "Bon sewer"?
Porky Pig: O-Oh, that's French for "B-B-Buenas noches."
Daffy Duck: Oh.
[...]
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Blues in the Night
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Music by Harold Arlen
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Sight Gags Funnier Before The Two Stars Entered
7 June 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

With a convention in town, all the hotels are filled up. Even the flophouse as a sign outside that reads, "Gwan - Beat It!" Even Fido's doghouse has a "no vacancy" sign out front.

Porky Pig is desperate for a room. Finally, one vacancy opens up and Porky beats the multitudes to it, but he'll have to share the 30th floor room with "some gentleman." Unfortunately for Porky, that "gentleman" is Daffy Duck!

Needless to say these two guys are not going to get a peaceful night's sleep being in the same room and especially in the same bed. The doings are so-so in the humor department, nothing of the laugh-out-loud variety.

The best jokes were the sight gags in the between before the two "stars" hooked up in the story so, in the end, this didn't turn out to be one of the better Looney Tunes efforts. It can be seen on the LT Golden Collection Volume Three.


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