Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Sylvester / Highwayman / J.L. / Elmer Fudd (voice)
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The Fair Melissa (uncredited) (voice)
|Chuck Jones||...||(as Charles M. Jones)|
|Carl W. Stalling||...||(uncredited)|
|Treg Brown||...||sound effects editor (uncredited)|
|Peter Alvarado||...||background artist|
|Robert Gribbroek||...||layout artist|
|Carl W. Stalling||...||musical director (as Carl Stalling)|
|Milt Franklyn||...||orchestrator (uncredited)|
- Warner Bros. (1950) (United States) (theatrical)
- Warner Home Video (1992) (United States) (video) (laserdisc)
- Warner Home Video (2003) (United States) (DVD)
Daffy tries to sell movie studio head J.L. his script for a swashbuckler set in Merry Olde England, a plot involving a maiden in distress, a scheming Chamberlain, an evil Grand Duke and a dashing masked hero (to be played by Daffy, of course).
Written by Paul Penna
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|Trivia||This is the only time in the original theatrical Looney Tune & Merry Melody cartoon shorts, that Mel Blanc voiced the character of Elmer Fudd, while original Elmer Fudd voice actor, Arthur Q. Bryan was still alive. Arthur Q. Bryan died on Wednesday, November 18th, 1959. See more »|
|Goofs||When Daffy is reading the script to J.L., his position changes between shots. See more »|
|Movie Connections||Edited into Daffy Duck's Thanks-for-Giving Special (1980). See more »|
|Soundtracks||In an 18th-Century Drawing Room See more »|
The wedding must take place tonight, milord. The Scarlet Pumpernickel is about, masquerading as a gentleman.
[Sylvester notices Daffy in disguise]
Sylvester: And who might you be, sirrah?
Daffy Duck: Mayhap, perchance, foppish that I am, *I* might be the Scarlet Pumpernickel?
Sylvester: You, the Scarlet Pumpernickel?
[Sylvester and the Chamberlain burst into hysterical laughter]
Sylvester: That's silly! That's ridiculous!
[Daffy raises his eyebrows at the audience, signaling that he is the Scarlet Pumpernickel]
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