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Daffy's Diner (1967)

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Diner owner Daffy Duck must find a real mouse to make into a mouse-burger for El Supremo, a mean Mexican cat. The only real mouse around is a hungry Speedy Gonzales, who comes to Daffy's Diner looking for cheese.

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Diner owner Daffy Duck must find a real mouse to make into a mouse-burger for El Supremo, a mean Mexican cat. The only real mouse around is a hungry Speedy Gonzales, who comes to Daffy's Diner looking for cheese.

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Yet another poor quality Daffy/Speedy product
26 October 2003 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Daffy Duck has a nice little racket going - he runs a mouse burger café in the desert. To cut costs he uses rubber mice but adds so much chilli that no one ever notices. However when a tough Mexican bandito cat spots the rubber he give Daffy 4 minutes to get him a real mouse. Daffy goes after the only mouse in the area - unfortunately for him that mouse is Speedy Gonzales.

Yet another in the series of Daffy/Speedy movies which scream out from their first frame as being slightly cheap and may not created with as much quality control and care as some of the better cartoons from the Warner Brother's stable. I have now seen several of these and have been less than impressed by all of them. Here the plot is a bit thin but doesn't try to do anything new with it. The jokes are the usual Speedy stuff and few of them approach being funny but most are just average.

The animation is as poor as it always was in Daffy/Speedy films - the backgrounds just feel so damn careless and cheap, it immediately gives the impression that this was not given the care it should have been and was maybe knocked out quickly. The character animation is a little better but not much. Daffy is not the character I love - here is just too simple and his bitterness is not allowed out. Speedy is also pointless - he has nothing but speed to him and he could easily be just any old mouse. The Mexican cat is best not mentioned.

Overall if you like Daffy/Speedy cartoons then you'll like this - plus I salute your acceptance of low quality products. However the lack of care in the production shows through in so many different ways.


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