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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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A Guilty Pleasure
21 May 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Note: The 7 is actually a rounded score. A 6.5 probably would have been more appropriate.

After being ridiculed for imagining a running TV program on a blown out TV set, a young mouse realizes the silliness of what he's doing and is depressed until Speedy comes and cheers him up by telling tales of the "Stupid duck" and the "Smart mouse." Thus resulting in a "clip show" through the broken TV set of previous Speedy/Daffy cartoons (from before they were paired, of course). Daffy, of course, oversees this and is eventually driven past his limit with Speedy's constant portrayal of him as stupid.

As my title suggests, Daffy/Speedy cartoons are a bit of a guilty pleasure for me. Sure, the lower budgets in animation and music stick out, the two characters don't really go together, and Daffy is generally a total jerk in most episodes (especially the earlier ones); but they still manage to be fairly amusing. Partially in a "so bad, it's good" way, partially because there are some reasonably funny jokes in these cartoons. As for Mucho Locos, it's really little more than a clip show with reanimated (yes, reanimated) versions of classic scenes from such shorts as Robin Hood Daffy and Tortilla Flaps (with an unintentionally hilarious example of lazy sound design when El Vulturo's writhing in agony). Admittedly, the whole stupidity of the plot made me chuckle, and Warner Brothers did choose some good "classic scenes." Plus, the ending for this cartoon is priceless.

Overall, not the best Daffy/Speedy short but not the worst either. It's pretty much what you'd expect from the series.


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