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Swing Ding Amigo (1966)

Speedy has an A Go-Go Club that resides in Daffy Duck's home, as Daffy has had enough and tries everything in his power to get rid of them because of the raucous noise they make.







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Complete credited cast:
Daffy Duck / Speedy Gonzales / Mice (voice)


Speedy's A-Go-Go Club is the hottest spot in town. Unfortunately, it's right downstairs from Daffy, who's trying to sleep. Daffy tries pounding on the floor (ignored), stuffing cotton in his ears (it pops out), smashing Speedy with a mallet through the phone (Speedy smashes Daffy instead) . Failing that, Daffy drills a hole in the floor and drops in a hand grenade. It keeps popping back up through holes in ever more distant places, the last of which is a rowboat in the middle of the lake. Daffy tries locking Speedy out, but Daffy shoots at Speedy with a shotgun, making a hole in the door. He tries sucking Speedy out with a vacuum cleaner, but Speedy fills it with gunpowder. Daffy gives up, and joins the band on cymbals from his bed. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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17 September 1966 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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When Daffy laughs and says, "...But those rodents...", his beak isn't moving. Only when he says "...are asking for it!" does his beak begin to move again. See more »


Daffy Duck: [after being blown up by a grenade] Starkle starkle little twink, up above the skating rink.
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As far as the Daffy/Speedy cartoons go, Swing Ding Amigo is one of the better ones
17 April 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The Daffy/Speedy cartoons get a lot of hate, a lot of the criticisms being understandable and ones I myself share. Personal feelings for the Daffy/Speedy cartoons lean towards indifference rather than hate, but there are some decent ones in the series. Swing Ding Amigo is one of the best in the bunch. The weak link is the animation, which is very rudimentary and looks limited. Much of it looks sparse, colours are flat and some of the drawings look as though they were done in a hurry. The story is much improved over most stories in the Daffy/Speedy cartoons, but it is rather standard and could have done with more energy. The dialogue also isn't terrible, in fact it does amuse but for personal tastes it could have been sharper and funnier. The music is full of character and more than makes up for the energy that the pacing could have had more of, while the gags are more than decent especially the ending and with the grenade. Gags that thankfully didn't feel like they were recycled from Speedy and Sylvester like some cartoons in the series have been prone to. Daffy is funny and is a great presence on screen and Speedy is not too annoying either. Swing Ding Amigo is one of few Daffy/Speedy cartoons where the chemistry between the two gels and of all the cartoons in the series Daffy's anger towards Speedy and his pursuit of him gets my vote is at its most logical in Swing Ding Amigo, for anybody with noisy neighbours or dislikes loud music at night etc. will find it easy to relate to Daffy's situation, something that doesn't happen an awful lot when it comes to Daffy and Speedy. Mel Blanc doesn't disappoint either, can't think of an occasion where he particularly did. To conclude, one of the better entries in the Daffy/Speedy cartoons. 7/10 Bethany Cox

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