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Duck Dodgers in Attack of the Drones (2004)

In order to stop an alien invasion, Duck Dodgers creates an army of drones, who are all exact robotic copies of himself. However, the clones go on a rampage and to stop them he must basically outwit himself.

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In order to stop an alien invasion, Duck Dodgers creates an army of drones, who are all exact robotic copies of himself. However, the clones go on a rampage and to stop them he must basically outwit himself.

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31 March 2004 (Australia)  »

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Was going to be released theatrically in the USA with New York Minute (2004) but Warner Brothers canceled due to the extreme failure of Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003) theatrically. See more »

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In a reference to the 3-D Bugs Bunny cartoon "Lumber Jack-Rabbit" (1954), the opening WB shield logo that normally zooms forward overshoots its mark and crashes into the screen before moving back into position See more »

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Spoofs Duck Soup (1933) See more »

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Even though made in this decade it maintains the wit of the early cartoons
2 July 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

As a fan of the early Looney Tunes cartoons, I enjoyed Duck Dodgers in Attack of the Drones. It isn't as good as any of Daffy Duck's best work, but it is certainly worth seeing. While told a little too fast, it does have an interesting story and is fun to watch.

The animation is surprisingly good, the galactic backgrounds are stunning and the visual ideas are original and wondrous. The music is above decent too, and there are some cracking dialogue and visual gags. Daffy is wonderful here, while Porky is good while not having as much to do. Jeff Bennett and Billy West give excellent vocal performances, Mel Blanc I feel is better as he immortalised those early cartoons pretty much single-handedly, but both do great jobs with the wit of their characters and dialogue.

Overall, surprisingly entertaining, fun and actually makes an effort to stick true to the spirit of the originals. 9/10 Bethany Cox


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