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Tease for Two (1965)

Daffy Duck goes to a forest on a gold hunt, and his treasure map indicates the presence of gold in a hole occupied by two polite twin gophers, who must fight back when Daffy violently tries... See full summary »

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Daffy Duck goes to a forest on a gold hunt, and his treasure map indicates the presence of gold in a hole occupied by two polite twin gophers, who must fight back when Daffy violently tries to remove them from their home. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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28 August 1965 (USA)  »

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The title deed which the gophers show Daffy names Cecil Elliott (a veteran character actress) as "Notary Sojak." This last term is modified from Bill Holman's "Smokey Stover" comic strip which often featured the catchphrase "Notary Sojac". See more »

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Follows Pests for Guests (1955) See more »

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"I never realized gophers were so strong."
4 January 2016 | by See all my reviews

The final Goofy Gophers short has the pair teamed up with Daffy Duck. Daffy's got a treasure map that tells him gold is buried where Mac and Tosh live. Daffy tries to get rid of them but they don't go quietly. Lackluster cartoon made during the DePatie-Freleng era when Looney Tunes was a pale shadow of its former glory. The animation is flat and unimpressive but at least it's colorful. Bill Lava's canned music is about what you would expect. Mel Blanc's voice work is OK. He did the voices for both gophers in this one, in place of the missing Stan Freberg. The gags are not that funny, although one bit with a Russian cosmonaut made me laugh because of its sheer weirdness. If you're a Looney Tunes fan, you likely know how bad the shorts were during this period. This is far from the worst I've seen but that isn't to say it's any good, either.


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