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Quack Shot (1954)

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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.

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Daffy Duck / Large Fish (voice)
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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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Don't Give Up the Ship
Music by Harry Warren
Played when Daffy sends out the toy boat
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"Nothing more serious than a few minor concussions and some broken bones and stuff"
22 August 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Looney Tunes, Daffy Duck and Elmer Fudd are a great collaboration, and while Quack Shot is not among the best of their cartoons it is still a well worth watching one. The beginning sets the tone of the story well, though you can tell by that Daffy posing to stop is not going to work, and the ending is very unpredictable and funny. I don't agree though that the middle is repetitive, some of the moments for me was in this particular section were what made Quack Shot. Daffy's "nothing more serious than a few minor concussions and some broken bones", and stuff" is one of my personal favourite lines of Daffy, "If you shoot one more duck just ONE more duck you'll be in trouble(.. BAM.. )Now you're in trouble!" is also hilarious, while there are some clever gags. While perhaps not the best one, the one that always makes me laugh is Elmer's "what a cute wittle boat" and the boat blows up. The dialogue has some great lines, and is a little more different than the typical Looney Tunes humour relying on a lot of surprises and reverse situations. Daffy works whenever he is a trickster or a foil, a little bit of both is here and it adds to his wacky screwball personality seen. I also like that Elmer is smarter than with Bugs, where he is more dim-witted compared to Bug's more intelligent persona, it is good to be a little different with somebody else, it could get stale otherwise. The animation has beautiful colours and fluid backgrounds, and the two characters are not too blockily drawn either. The music and pacing are crisp and very energetic, while Mel Blanc's vocals are stellar as always. All in all, a great if not quite outstanding Looney Tunes short. 9/10 Bethany Cox


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