Daffy Duck goes to a forest on a gold hunt, and his treasure map indicates the presence of gold in a hole occupied by two polite twin gophers, who must fight back when Daffy violently tries... See full summary »

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Daffy Duck goes to a forest on a gold hunt, and his treasure map indicates the presence of gold in a hole occupied by two polite twin gophers, who must fight back when Daffy violently tries to remove them from their home. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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28 August 1965 (USA)  »

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The only Goofy Gophers cartoon in which Mel Blanc voices both Mac and Tosh. See more »

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Gold? What Kind Of Gold Is This?
30 May 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Daffy Duck goes gold mining, only to encounter a gopher hole at the spot where he's supposed to be digging. The gopher hole happens to be inhabited by the over-polite Goofy Gophers, who do everything they possibly can to keep Daffy from finding his fortune.

This was the last of three cartoons during the DePattie-Freling years where Daffy was not paired with Speedy Gonzales. Unfortunately, the fact that it doesn't have this oft-maligned pairing does not necessarily make it a great cartoon. Most of the jokes are underdeveloped (how did the Gophers manage to pull Daffy's jeep apart like that anyway?), and Daffy is the same nasty/reckless character he was in his pairings with Speedy Gonzales. Really, this is essentially a Daffy/Speedy short with slightly better animation and Speedy replaced with the Goofy Gophers. Somehow, I still found the cartoon reasonably amusing because it does retain that classic WB charm (hence the 6-star rating), but it's certainly a good example of why the DePattie-Freling and Alex Lovy years are considered the worst in WB Cartoon history.

Watch it out of curiosity.


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