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Fool Coverage (1952)

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Daffy Duck is determined to sell Porky Pig an insurance policy by any means necessary.



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Complete credited cast:
Daffy Duck / Porky Pig (voice)


Daffy Duck is a life-insurance-peddler, who arrives uninvited at Porky Pig's door to persuade Porky to purchase an insurance policy, on the pretext that Porky's home is loaded with hazards. When Porky rejects Daffy's claim that accidents in the home are "waiting" to happen, Daffy rigs some accidents. But each time, the calamity strikes only Daffy, who is buried in clutter from a closet and blasted in the explosions of kitchen stove gas and a dynamite stick. Written by Kevin McCorry <>

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13 December 1952 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Når uheldet er ude  »

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1.37 : 1
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Daffy Duck: [Dazed from all the mishaps he had to endure] I represent the something-or-other insurance company. Could I interest you in an accident policy?
Porky Pig: Why, c-certainly.
Daffy Duck: Our policy... What did you say?
Porky Pig: After w-w-witnessing your unfortunate mishaps about the house, I'm r-ready to sign on the dotted line. T-t-there, now all I have to do to get a million dollars is get a b-black eye.
Daffy Duck: Provided the accident occurs as the result of a stampede of wild elephants in your own home between 3:55 and 4:00 p.m. on ...
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Keep Cool, Fool
Written by Josef Myrow and James P. Johnson
Played during the opening credits
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Insurance companies are always trying to rip people off.
25 April 2007 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

Daffy Duck, ever the shyster, tries to sell Porky Pig an insurance policy with a series of specific, virtually improbable conditions. When Porky doesn't buy it, Daffy tries to set up several hazards around Porky's house, but only succeeds in repeatedly injuring himself.

What "Fool Coverage" portrays isn't exactly fictional. Insurance companies have been engaging in questionable practices for years. But it was inexcusable what they did after Hurricane Katrina. After many homes were destroyed, the insurance companies refused to pay to rebuild them, claiming that the inhabitants either had no water damage insurance or had no wind damage insurance. Think what you want about insurance companies, but they are truly some of the creepiest thugs.

But I digress. This is a really funny cartoon. A great display of Daffy's greedy side.

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