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Quackodile Tears (1962)

Daffy Duck is ordered by his loud-mouthed wife to sit on their egg in a nest. When Daffy adjusts the nest to make it more comfortable, the egg rolls away from him and into a crocodile ... See full summary »

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(as Art Davis)

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(story) (as John Dunn), (story)
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Daffy Duck / George Crocodile (voice)
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Daffy Duck is ordered by his loud-mouthed wife to sit on their egg in a nest. When Daffy adjusts the nest to make it more comfortable, the egg rolls away from him and into a crocodile hatchery, where it is indistinguishable from all the other eggs. When Daffy picks what he think is his egg from the crocodile hatchery, a male crocodile gives chase and does battle with Daffy for the egg. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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This was Arthur Davis' last cartoon as director for Warner Bros. Many printed sources erroneously credit Friz Freleng with directing this cartoon. See more »

Quotes

Daffy: Some people just can't seem to mind their own business.
[alligator gets Daffy]
Daffy: All right, wise guy! Open up or else!
[alligator opens mouth]
Daffy: One more move out of you and I'll let 'em have it! What a stoop.
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Edited into The Bugs Bunny Mother's Day Special (1979) See more »

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Brahms' Lullaby
aka "Cradle Song" (uncredited)
Music by Johannes Brahms
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Fun - to plainly say.
27 July 2007 | by See all my reviews

Genre: Cartoon episode of Daffy Duck, mainly slapstick humour, cartoon.

Main characters: The one and only Daffy Duck, Daffy's wife, the crocodile dad and the crocodile mum.

Actors: Mel Blanc (Daffy Duck) and June Foray (His wife I think).

What happens: It is Daffy's turn to egg-sit his new baby son or daughter. As he unruffles the nest, the egg tumbles away and falls into a crocodile nest! :O

My thoughts: Not my favourite Daffy Duck, but not my least favourite either, this Daffy Duck episode is fun and amusing. It is quite simple for a Daffy Duck episode, having a simple and easy-to-understand storyline. I like this episode because it is funny, well-animated for a Daffy Duck episode and it's very crafty. What I like about this (and ALL Daffy Duck episodes) is that it isn't JUST slapstick, it's also witty humour. I'm not really into slapstick personally. I also like Daffy Duck in general, even though most of his episodes aren't VERY good for me.

Recommended to: People who like Daffy Duck, alligators, cartoons and slapstick + witty humour. Enjoy! :-)

7 and a half out of ten.


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