Tom Turk And Daffy Cartoon Picture
Tom Turk And Daffy

Tom Turk And Daffy

Tom Turk And Daffy (1944) - Looney Tunes Theatrical Cartoon Series Tom Turk And Daffy

BCDB Rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars 4.8/5 Stars from 10 users.
Vote Now!
Post your Comments or Review
This page has been viewed 14 times this month, and 3030 times total.

My Reviews (3 reviews)

My Reviews (3 reviews)

Cartoon Comments:


TOM TURK AND DAFFY 5 out of 5 stars

JIM TONCAR

Reviewed by: JIM TONCAR, September 03, 2015

One of two of the finest and funniest cartoons ever made (up there with Bugs Bunny's "Little Red Riding Rabbit").
Can't find it in any Looney Tunes anthology DVD today. Not politically correct enough, maybe; but WHO CARES? It's hilarious! I remember reading Chuck Jones' remarks on why older cartoons were so successful. They didn't make them for children, they didn't make them for adults, they made them for THEMSELVES! And there's the secret.
Was this review helpful to you?

Tom Turk And Daffy 8 out of 5 stars

The Yams Did It!

Reviewed by: Animation_Celebration, November 24, 2002

This cartoon is another successful co-operative from Porky and Daffy. Also making an appearance is Tom Turk, the turkey. The combination of great animation, varied sound effects, and a hilarious script make this one of the funniest Thanksgiving themed cartoons. One of Daffy's best lines came while trying to hide Turk from Porky. After shoving Turk under a snow covered rock, Daffy rejects the idea with, "Nope, even more obviouser." A great play on words. There's also some terrific gags like Daffy tossing a bucket of water over a stream to form an ice bridge. Overall, the visuals and SFX greatly enhance an already wonderful script.
3 of 8 people found this review helpful
Was this review helpful to you?

Tom Turk And Daffy 6 out of 5 stars

Reviewed by: carspiv, April 10, 2002

One of Chuck Jones' most underrated cartoons. This is loaded with great gags and a couple of sick bits (I get a HUGE kick out of Daffy's body jackknifing when the tree lands on him. It is SICK, but I bust a gut every time I see it)and has one of the deeper bits of historical humor you'll see in a cartoon: When the Turkey, hidden in a snowman that Daffy has made, realizes Daffy is about to sell him out to hunter Porky, he mutters one word, as a question: "Quisling?" Quisling was the Nazi-sponsored puppet-head of Norway during WWII. Quisling was synonymous with "traitor."
3 of 7 people found this review helpful
Was this review helpful to you?

Add your own Review