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Mucho Locos (1966)

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Speedy Gonzales and a little boy mouse watch a broken television set in a junkyard using their imaginations to create a picture. They imagine clips from old Warner cartoons, about the "smart mouse" (Speedy) and the "stupid duck" (Daffy).

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Speedy Gonzales and a little boy mouse watch a broken television set in a junkyard using their imaginations to create a picture. They imagine clips from old Warner cartoons, about the "smart mouse" (Speedy) and the "stupid duck" (Daffy).

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Mexican Hat Dance (El jarabe tapatío)
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Rather pointless but is still one of the better cartoons featuring Daffy and Speedy
1 February 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I personally don't think that the Daffy and Speedy cartoons are as bad as people say, true Daffy and Speedy's partnership has never gelled and doesn't make sense, they're often predictable and the animation is far from great(and admittedly their worst outings like See Ya Later Gladiator are down there with the weakest ever Looney Tunes cartoons), but they do have funny moments and Mel Blanc can do no wrong. Mucho Locos is one of their better outings, but not by all means good. It is still rather pointless with no plot to speak of, it's basically just a clip show(which often have little point to them in animation) with some links with Speedy and the boy mouse. The pacing comes to life in the clips but the links not so much and there are moments of repetitive moments with Speedy and the boy mouse. Daffy has next to nothing to do only appearing for the last minute or so with only a few(uninspired) lines, so he and his personality never shine. The animation is not very good outside of the clips shown-where the difference in quality is obvious and somewhat jarring- looking very flat and sparse. And while it is nice and not cheap-sounding, the music does feel bland and lacking in energy.

However, Mel Blanc's voice work is fine, Speedy is thankfully more restrained and quite caring and the boy mouse is not too cloying. Their rapport is quite cute as well. The cartoons featured are entertaining in their own right- the best of the six being Robin Hood Daffy- with mostly great animation and funny writing and gags(apart from maybe Tortilla Wraps the gags featured are highlights in their respective cartoons), the ones with Daffy as the lead are though much better than the ones with Speedy(which are still better than almost all of the Daffy/Speedy outings), outside of them Mucho Locos is rather dull and lacking. What's more they are well-incorporated and tie in nicely with the interplay introducing them. And the end gag, the only moment outside the clips in Mucho Locos that actually feels like a gag, is agreed priceless. It was refreshing also to see Daffy get the upper hand here instead of being defeated like he does in a lot of his cartoons, overall too not just with Speedy. To conclude, you do question what the point of Mucho Locos is but you can do with far worse, there are far worse Daffy/Speedy cartoons(See Ya Later Gladiator, A-Haunting We Will Go, Speedy Ghost to Town and Rodent to Stardom). 5/10 Bethany Cox


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