When Speedy Gonzales invades the home of Granny and rapidly drives her cat, Sylvester, to a nervous breakdown, Granny calls on Daffy Duck of the Jet Age Pest Control company to do the job ...
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When Speedy Gonzales invades the home of Granny and rapidly drives her cat, Sylvester, to a nervous breakdown, Granny calls on Daffy Duck of the Jet Age Pest Control company to do the job of removing Gonzales from her home. Daffy's most ingenious contraptions are useless against the cunning, unflappable Speedy.Written by
Kevin McCorry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
While I've seen worse, I kept thinking that this cartoon would have no reason to exist save for the fact that Warner Brothers had a contractual obligation to supply a certain number of shorts to movie theaters, so they fiddled around with film stock, yawned and sent this one out on an unsuspecting and somewhat indifferent world. While my view of the later Warner output is more charitable than others feel is warranted, a few miss the mark for me. This is one. Worth watching once. Recommended for completists.
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