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Don't Axe Me (1958)

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Farmer Elmer Fudd agrees to provide a duck to his wife for dinner. Daffy Duck has been a moocher on Elmer's farm and has therefore not endeared himself to Fudd or to Fudd's dog. So, axe in ... See full summary »

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Farmer Elmer Fudd agrees to provide a duck to his wife for dinner. Daffy Duck has been a moocher on Elmer's farm and has therefore not endeared himself to Fudd or to Fudd's dog. So, axe in hand, Elmer, with the dog's help, chases Daffy, intending to slaughter the pesty, black duck. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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4 January 1958 (USA)  »

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Daffy Duck: Sneaky slob!
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Featured in The Bugs Bunny Show: What's Up Dog? (1962) See more »

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married Elmer
4 September 2012 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

In one of the rare occurrences in Warner Bros. cartoons, a character is married. Yes, Elmer Fudd (who looks like an infant) has a wife in "Don't Axe Me". Specifically, he and his wife own a farm on which Daffy never misses a chance to eat more than necessary, even snatching Barnyard Dawg's meals. So when the dog learns that the Fudds are having a guest over for dinner, he's determined to make them cook Daffy.

The main interesting point with this cartoon is seeing Elmer as a husband for what is probably the only time in his career. Outside of Pepe Le Pew and Speedy Gonzales, the Looney Tunes were a pretty asexual bunch. Daffy's antics are pretty funny - especially when he removes Elmer's face - but the cartoon seems rather routine for the most part. Still, it's an enjoyable cartoon.


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