In Mexico, Daffy Duck is the owner of an electronics store where Speedy Gonzales and his friends are celebrating Speedy's birthday by playing music on Daffy's merchandise. When a furious ... See full summary »

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Daffy Duck / Speedy Gonzales / Mice / Radio Voice (voice)
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In Mexico, Daffy Duck is the owner of an electronics store where Speedy Gonzales and his friends are celebrating Speedy's birthday by playing music on Daffy's merchandise. When a furious Daffy uses violent methods to try to stop the mice from using his valuable equipment, he is wrapped in a rope by Speedy and placed on a rotating, vinyl record turntable. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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20 November 1965 (USA)  »

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Speedy: We interrupt this program again for a very exciting announcement. The duck with the pistola seems to be tied up at the moment. So back to the Mexican Bandstand with nothing but twist music. Everybody twist!
Daffy: [sitting on the record player all tied up] Twist he says. I can't even lift a finger.
Speedy: You want to twist too duck? Everybody twist!
[turns on the record player and Daffy starts spinning around]
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Mexican Hat Dance (El jarabe tapatío)
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Music by Felipe A. Partichela
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One Of The Better Daffy/Speedy Shorts
1 June 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Daffy owns an electronics store and decides to not allow people to use his equipment without buying it (ie. no TV sets, radios, etc. can be left on in his store without paying). Meanwhile, it's Speedy's birthday and he must have music to keep the party going. Which means somehow tricking Daffy into letting him play a radio in his store.

This cartoon is yet another example of the mean/nasty Daffy (albeit not to the extent of other cartoons like Well Worn Daffy or The Astroduck), though here it makes a little more sense as Daffy is simply trying to run a legitimate business and doesn't want people using his equipment without buying it. The way he goes to such great lengths just to keep Speedy and his friends from listening to music at his store is pretty funny, and the cartoon as a whole is more well rounded and consistent than other Daffy/Speedy shorts. There's nothing jaw dropping or imaginative here, but on the whole it works reasonably well.

Overall, this stands as probably one of the best Daffy/Speedy shorts. That, of course, isn't saying a whole lot; but you can't argue with even mild success, can you?


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