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For no apparent reason, Porky Pig is awarded the grand prize of the "What's the Name of Your Name" game show. Unfortunately, the prize is Daffy Duck, whose tactless and rude visit gets him ... See full summary »

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For no apparent reason, Porky Pig is awarded the grand prize of the "What's the Name of Your Name" game show. Unfortunately, the prize is Daffy Duck, whose tactless and rude visit gets him tossed out Porky's house by the irate pig. Insulted, Daffy decides to get back at Porky by pretending to have dissociative identity disorder, becoming a hideous monster whenever he's treated unpleasantly. When Porky eventually finds out he's been had, he decides to give the duck a taste of his own medicine. Written by Ondre Lombard <olombard@lombard.cyberverse.com>

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Daffy incorrectly refers to dissociative-identity disorder as schizophrenia. See more »

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Daffy Duck: Hmm. Not a bad-looking dump, if you got rid of some of this trash.
[Sees vase on table]
Daffy Duck: Yeesh! This monstrosity's got to go.
[Throws vase out the window]
Porky Pig: Here now, y-you stop that!
Daffy Duck: [Throws chair out window] This is out.
Porky Pig: C-cut that out! Stop it!
Daffy Duck: This junk goes.
[Throws more stuff out window]
Porky Pig: N-n-now you s-s-stop that!
[...]
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King for a Day
(uncredited)
Music by Ted Fio Rito
[Plays when Porky pampers Daffy.]
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Daffy and Porky really shine here...
16 July 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I like The Prize Pest for its interesting atmosphere especially, it is quite strange yet somewhat unique as well. This cartoon is rarely shown, which is a shame because it is very, very good. It has an interesting story, colourful animation especially in the backgrounds, lively music, terrific dialogue, interesting gags and wonderful voice work once again from Mel Blanc. Maybe it can be hectic in places, but I still enjoyed The Prize Pest regardless. Daffy further elevates this cartoon, and Porky has more to do and does well with it. Overall, really good and interesting, with Daffy and Porky really shining. 9/10 Bethany Cox


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