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Daffy Duck And Egghead

Daffy Duck And Egghead (1938) - Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series Daffy Duck And Egghead

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HOO-HOO!HOO-HOO-HOO!! 5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed by: Thom32,

I LOVE THIS CARTOON!!

What attracted me to this cartoon was by searching on Google. I dislike the ending card's music. There's a normal version with the right music.
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Daffy Duck And Egghead 10 out of 5 stars

BLIND!

Reviewed by: bchelrprty,

When Daffy puts that apple on his head and Egghead misses it three times with Daffy moving closer and closer . . . and Daffy puts those sunglasses, the cup of pencils and the "Blind" sign around Egghead's neck . . . that's the best piece of cartoon writing EVER!
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Daffy Duck And Egghead 10 out of 5 stars

Reviewed by: damfine,

This was the second cartoon in the series. A follow-up to Porky's Duck Hunt if you will. However, Daffy was still somewhat of an empty shell in hs first outing. It was here that Daffy truly first had a personality.
However, to understand this personality, you must understand Leon Sleschinger. Leon had a strong, distinctive lisp. But, what struck the guys at Termite Terrace so funny was that Leon also felt as though he belonged with the big celebrities just because he ran a cartoon studio in Hollywood. He would be seen in big trendy night clubs on Sunset Blvd. spending money he SHOULD have been spending on the toons. The toon Hollywood Steps Out has a shot of Leon at such a night club.
Tex and the other artists thought it would be a good idea to incorporate those two elements into Daffy. And they did in this cartoon. However, near the end of it's production, a thought occurred to them. Leon would be screening this before it goes into theatres. Would he be insulted by the impression of him? So, fearing the worst, they all wrote out their resignations prior to Leon's screening of this cartoon. However, when it was done, Leon was excited. "Where did you get thuch a funny voithe??" Leon exclaimed. The artists certainly didn't tell him.
So, from that day forward, Daffy was truly christened with both his crazy and greedy beyond his means personalities. Both of which would be used to great effect for decades.
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