The Tooth & Nail Hunting Society is offering a reward to anyone who can bag their only missing trophy, Speedy Gonzales. Daffy's just the fool to do it. Daffy tries telling Speedy his ... See full summary »

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Daffy Duck / Speedy Gonzales / Mouse / Hunter / Club President (voice)
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The Tooth & Nail Hunting Society is offering a reward to anyone who can bag their only missing trophy, Speedy Gonzales. Daffy's just the fool to do it. Daffy tries telling Speedy his shotgun is a telescope, but Speedy convinces Daffy to look. Daffy tries a snare, but it doesn't work until he steps into it to figure out what's wrong. An exploding girl mouse doll keeps finding its way back to Daffy. Daffy disguises himself as a giant enchilada, but the mice squirt hot sauce on him. Finally, Daffy rides a rocket, but ends up running into a train which throws him right back through the hunting society's roof. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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29 April 1967 (USA)  »

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The only Looney Tunes cartoon scored by Frank Perkins. See more »

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Daffy: Forget about that lifetime membership buster. With Speedy Gonzales around, life would be to short to enjoy it anyway.
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A-Hunting We Will Go
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By this point, they were mostly going through the motions.
16 August 2003 | by (Tucson AZ) – See all my reviews

This cartoon is nothing special-routine and average at best. Not too bad for the period, but that's not saying much. By 1967, it was fairly obvious that the only thing expected from the animation department was the production of enough material to fulfill contractual obligations. Speedy is a high point and although Daffy still isn't a natural foil for Speedy, they actually have a logical reason for him to be chasing "the fastest mouse in all Mexico" for a change. Mediocre backgrounds and lame, canned music didn't help. For absolute completeists and Speedy fans.


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