animated cartoon Duck Amuck © Warner Bros.
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Duck Amuck

Daffy Duck finds himself in the hands of a sadistic off-screen animator who proceeds to play mind games with the duck. In the course of the film the animator messes with and changes the scenery, interchanges props with less welcome ones, replaces the soundtrack, and even changes Daffy himself, much to the egocentric mallard's anger and frustration.

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Like most children, I've watched tons of the old Warner Bros. shorts reaired on television. One of the most memorable for me is Duck Amuck. Duck Amuck starts with Daffy Duck...
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One of the very best WB cartoons ever, 'Duck Amuck' busts all the rules of animation, having the actor talking to the director, and playfully dispensing with all of the...
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One of the all-time great shorts. A showcase of the workings of animation and a tour-de-force for Daffy Duck. Inventive and off-the-wall, Duck Amuck shows just how well realised Daffy's...
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I concur. This is my favorite Looney Tunes short out of all that I've seen. I like it even better than the "Duck Season Wabbit Season" skits. It's simply because...
Created by: Warner Bros.
Language: English
Country of Origin: USA
Featuring the voices of:
Mel Blanc ... Daffy Duck, Bugs Bunny
Directed by: Chuck Jones
Produced by: Edward Selzer
Musical Score by: Carl W. Stalling
Writing Credits: Michael Maltese
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Looney Tunes Gold Collection - vol.1
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