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The Night Of The Living Duck (1988) - Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series The Night Of The Living Duck

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Warner Bros. Mel Blanc, Mel Torme Greg Ford, Terry Lennon Steven S. Greene, Kathleen Helppie, Bill Exter , Virg Dzurinko, Greg Ford, Carl W. Stalling, Milt Franklyn, Hal Willner
  • 1988
  • Warner Bros.
  • Warner Bros.
  • Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Daffy Duck, Mr. Frankenstein, Mrs. Frankenstein.
  • Vocal Talent: Mel Blanc (Daffy Duck), Mel Torme (Daffy, Singing).
  • Directed By Greg Ford, Terry Lennon.
  • Produced By Steven S. Greene.
    Co-Producer: Kathleen Helppie.
    Production Supervisor: Bill Exter.
  • Animated By Brenda L. Banks, Norm McCabe, Mark Kausler, Rebecca Rees, Frans Vischer.
  • Written By Greg Ford, Terry Lennon.

Additional Crew:



  • Design and Layouts: Robert Givens.
  • Assistant Layouts: Lin Larson.
  • Backgrounds: Richard H Thomas, Alan Bodner.
  • Post Production Supervisor: Jim Champin.
  • Sound Effects Editor: Frank Raciti.
  • Voice Direction: Gordon Hunt.
  • Scene Planner: Dora Yakutis.
  • Ink And Paint: C&D Productions, Inc.
  • Camera: Nick Vasu, Inc.
  • Negative Cutter: Steve New.
  • Titles: Pacific Title.


  • Alfred E Neuman Appears Courtesy Of EC Comics, © 1986

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Daffy dreams that he's a singer (with Mel Torme's voice) and a standup comic (with Mel Blanc's voice) at a bar where famous monster actors hang out.

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