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Suppressed Duck (1965)

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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 ... See full summary »

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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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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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Surprisingly enjoyable for a 1965 Daffy cartoon
10 April 2004 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

`Fearless' Daffy Duck goes out into the woods to hunt himself some bear. In the spirit of conversation, the forest has been marked out as to the hunting area - a fact that the bears all exploit by staying out of the hunting area. However Daffy has plans to draw at least one bear back into the hunting area.

Many of Daffy Duck's later cartoons are horrible. The ones made in the sixties feature a duck that is nothing like the original Daffy and often paired him with substandard characters (eg Speedy) in cartoons with poor jokes and very basic animation. While this cartoon has some of the low standards of the time, it is actually surprisingly funny. The jokes are pretty good and the whole film has a funny air to it.

A big problem with the short is Daffy in the role of Elmer Fudd - Daffy does not suit the hunter role and it is to the cartoon's credit that it was entertaining enough to make me forget that. I much prefer his crazier, funnier character than the later twist to a greedy driven duck. The real surprise though is the bear - he is very funny and quite a character. He was a surprise as one-off characters are often very badly drawn as characters and usually only serve as another body for the main character to interact with. The park ranger however, is pretty poor and often kills any laughter dead!

The cartoon is not badly animated but it is distinctively average but it made me laugh. The cartoon doesn't compare to the best of Daffy but for a 1960's Daffy cartoon it is much better than expected.


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