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The Duxorcist (1987)

Daffy is a professional paranormal investigator come to help a possessed damsel in distress.




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Complete credited cast:
Daffy Duck (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Melissa Duck (voice)


Daffy Duck has opened his own "paranormalist-at-large" exorcism service, and his first client is an alluring lady duck, who is possessed by evil spirits that cause her to metamorphose at random into a hostile, ugly beast. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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This cartoon was based off of the 1973 movie known as the Exorsist which had been based off of true events of a woman possessed by a demon. This cartoon was meant to put a comical spin on the movie. It was mentioned on the cartoon compilation movie, "Looney Tunes Presents: Daffy Duck: Ouackbusters in 1986. As well as other parts of that movie, it had unintentional images of mental illness involved in the cartoon. Many may have missed it. The biggest red flag that was raised in that cartoon was schizophrenia. See more »


Melissa Duck: Mary had a little lamb... but I ate it!
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Edited into Daffy Duck's Quackbusters (1988) See more »

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The reasons I like this rather spooky short:
13 July 2008 | by See all my reviews

1. Even though this was made in 1987, the era where Daffy Duck was portrayed as being indescribably cynical and greedy, here he is actually very nice. In fact, I do not think I've seen him nicer in any of his other episodes.

2. This episode is very funny and the humour has a modern touch, which is a great deal more different to the humour in Daffy's first few episodes.

3. The theme of this episode works well and the makers of the episode made it work well. (The theme is a exorcism theme, Daffy tries to exorcise the evil spirits out of a woman duck).

The animation is also quite good as well, but it is nothing worth ranting on about.

In this Daffy Duck episode, Daffy works as a Paramonormalist, who rids people of monsters, ghouls and the like. A woman duck calls Daffy up to say she has a problem with kitchen appliances, which is a lie. Daffy comes over and checks out her fridge and oven, thinking he will find ghouls and monsters inside. However, it is not the woman duck's kitchen appliances that are full of monsters, it is in fact something more personal...

I recommend this to any person who likes Daffy Duck and Looney Tunes and to anyone who is over 12. Young children may be rather disturbed by this short, so they ought to stay away. Enjoy "The Duxorcist"! :-)

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