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Daffy Duck for President (2004)

Daffy Duck tries to go into the government to make a law stating that Rabbit Season shall be a minimum of 12 months, while Bugs tries to stop him by means of the U.S. constitution.


Chuck Jones (story), Chuck Jones


Joe Alaskey




Cast overview:
Joe Alaskey ... Daffy Duck / Bugs Bunny (voice)


Daffy Duck is up to his old tricks again as he runs for President to eliminate rabbits. However, Bugs Bunny is ready for him as he gives the Duck an education in the various provisions of the Constitution of the United States even as Daffy experiences first hand the checks and balances concept of the federal government's separation of powers. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (kchishol@rogers.com)

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2 November 2004 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Daffy Duck: Can you imagine anything so ridiculous as majority rule?
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References Duck! Rabbit, Duck! (1953) See more »

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Daffy Duck for President rounds out my Election Day viewing of "presidential" cartoons
4 November 2008 | by tavmSee all my reviews

In honor of today being Election Day and having previously seen both Betty Boop for President and Olive Oyl for President, I just went to the Misce-Looney-ous site to watch Daffy Duck for President which it linked from YouTube. Originally storyboarded by Chuck Jones and turned into a book before his untimely death, this latter-day Warner Bros. cartoon was another entertaining lesson on American customs which Jones had previously done with Porky Pig on Old Glory back in 1939. Daffy decides to run as the Commander-In-Chief thinking he'll be able to make a law abolishing rabbits. Bugs tells him that the president can only enact laws so Daffy runs for Congress in order to get rabbit season to occur "12 months of the year". Turns out he's the only supporter of that bill! Basically this was a good way to get children to learn the Constitution and the three branches of government involving two beloved cartoon characters. Joe Alaskey was a fine pick in continuing the familiar voices created by the late Mel Blanc. And kudos for the two directors, Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone, for doing Mr. Jones proud with their pacing of the animation scenes as well as printing a dedication to his memory. My favorite punchline came from Bugs, "At least you're not a lame duck!" This short is available on the Looney Tunes Golden Collection, Volume 2 DVD set.

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