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Daffy Duck goes hunting grizzly bear in a forest but is not allowed by the Game Commissioner to cross the line separating him from the bears. One particular bear teases Daffy by sticking out its tongue. In response, Daffy fires at the bear, but his bullet is stopped dead at the boundary line. Daffy tries to tunnel over to the bears' side and surfaces inside a volatile explosives barn! Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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The first bomb explodes on the ground before the bomber starts to drop its load, and since the plane flies from right to left, the bombs explode in reverse order, with the last-dropped bomb detonating before the first one, rather than the other way around. See more »

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Ranger: All hunters must stay on their OWN side of the boundary line! All BEARS should stay on the OTHER side of the line... heh-heh-heh... unless they wanna be SHOT! HA HA HA!
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Referenced in Pink Panzer (1965) See more »

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16 July 2013 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Back in the 1960s, the cartoon division at Warner Brothers (Looney Tunes) was a ghost of what it used to be in their glory days. Their cartoon output was way down and the quality of these shorts was also way down. But, the worst part of it was what they were doing to Daffy Duck. Inexplicably, they put him in some of the strangest and least satisfying pairings imaginable. The worst were with Speedy Gonzales--a character which had nothing in common with Daffy. Their chemistry was terrible and these cartoons are among the studio's poorest. Here in "Suppressed Duck", the Looney Tunes folks are again placing Daffy in the most ridiculously inappropriate pairings. Here, the duck is going bear hunting!! Why?! Why is a duck (usually, an animal that is hunted--and a vegetarian) out trying to kill a HUGE predator?! I have no idea--nor did the writers, as the gags were only okay but none of it made much sense. The only real positive is that the animation, for 1965, is very good. But with unlikable characters and ridiculous situations, it's far from the sort of film that made Looney Tunes great.


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