Elmer Fudd goes duck-hunting on a pond, where Daffy Duck proclaims himself guardian of all his web-footed cousins and retaliates against Elmer by using various types of explosive.

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Elmer Fudd goes duck-hunting on a pond, where Daffy Duck proclaims himself guardian of all his web-footed cousins and retaliates against Elmer by using various types of explosive. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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30 October 1954 (USA)  »

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Chasse et pêche gardées  »

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Elmer Fudd: [after being defeated by Daffy] Duck hunting is too stwenuous. I'll try fishing for a while. Oh, boy! A miniature wed-stwiped bawwacuda!
Large Fish: [Storming in] Stop right where you are!
Elmer Fudd: Huh?
Large Fish: [Saxophone riff heard as little fish swims away] Now you listen to me, buster! If you catch one more fish - *just one more fish* - you'll be in trouble!
Daffy Duck: [after Large Fish jumps back into the water and Daffy comes out of hiding from under Elmer's hat] Strong union.
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Sweet Dreams, Sweetheart
Music by M.K. Jerome
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"Ooh that cwazy duck!"
18 September 2015 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Simple but fun Daffy Duck & Elmer Fudd short, directed by Robert McKimson. Elmer's duck hunting at a lake when Daffy interrupts repeatedly, coming up with various wacky ways to cease Elmer's hunting. These include an attempted bomb drop from a hot air balloon and a miniature toy boat with cannons that, to Elmer's dismay, actually work. The gags are great and some of the lines are really funny. The animation is colorful and charming, if not overly impressive for the time. Mel Blanc and Arthur Q. Bryan provide wonderful voice work, as usual. It's not the best short I've seen with either of these characters but it is a good one that I can't find much to complain about.


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