Daffy Duck, broke and impoverished and desperately needing money, finds an offer for $15 to shoot a small moving target. He goes to Mayor Katt for the request and he tells them about how ... See full summary »

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Daffy Duck / Speedy Gonzales / Mayor Katt (voice)
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Daffy Duck, broke and impoverished and desperately needing money, finds an offer for $15 to shoot a small moving target. He goes to Mayor Katt for the request and he tells them about how Speedy Gonzales has been wreaking havoc. So, he goes out to catch him. However, after Daffy catches him, he is outraged to hear that he didn't work the full time and doesn't get the fifteen dollars, so Speedy Gonzales is set loose after Mayor Katt and Daffy Duck fight. Daffy is then once again begging for donations. Written by Russell Christiansen <russ@megsinet.net>

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20 August 1966 (USA)  »

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Feather Finger is quite a funny cartoon from the latter days of Warner Bros.
19 November 2009 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Just watched this Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies cartoon on YouTube as linked from the Saturday Morning Blog. It stars Daffy Duck as someone desperate for some money so he accepts an offer from Mayor Katt for the capture of Speedy Gonzales for $15. Of course, that's easier said then done...This was one of several Warner cartoons made by DePatie-Freleng after the closing of the WB studio in 1963 but before its reopen in 1967. Directed by veteran Robert McKimson, Feather Finger is quite funny every time Daffy accidentally gets his head blown off whether by himself or Speedy's doing. Seems like despite the obvious low budget concerning the animation, McKimson still knows how to time it in order to get some laughs out of both his characters and story. And the Walter Greene music is not bad either. While not quite a classic, Feather Finger is still worth a look.


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