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17th Nov '12 1:26:31 AM lu127
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[[caption-width:300:Daffy feels [[IncrediblyLamePun crushed]] by his situation.]]

''Duck Amuck'' is an incredibly [[PostModernism postmodern]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' short directed by ChuckJones in [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1953]], in which DaffyDuck finds himself [[RageAgainstTheAuthor tormented by a sadistic animator]]. Seen as a large pencil or paintbrush coming into frame to make alterations, the animator screws around with the backgrounds, erases Daffy, paints him absurd colors, replaces his voice with random sound effects, redraws him as a bizarre four-legged creature, and so forth.

The short was an audacious experiment -- which has since come to be regarded as one of the all-time great cartoon shorts. It made second place on ''The50GreatestCartoons'', behind only Jones' own ''WhatsOperaDoc''. A couple years later Jones would direct a somewhat less successful spiritual sequel in ''RabbitRampage'', this time with BugsBunny as the victim.

->'''Bugs:''' ''(after the animator removes his tail)'' All right, you vandal, put that tail back! ''(the animator paints a horse's tail on Bugs)'' That is a horse's tail, my friend. ''(seething)'' It belongs on a ''horse''. ''(the animator erases Bugs save for the tail, and paints him as a horse. Bugs is not amused, munching on a carrot)'' Okay, wise guy. My contract SPECIFICALLY says I am always to be drawn '''''AS A RABBIT!'''''

''Duck Amuck'' was the basis of a Nintendo DS game of the same name, while the SNES game ''Bugs Bunny Rabbit Rampage'' is based off of Bugs' cartoon.

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!Duck Amuck provides examples of:

* AnvilOnHead: Daffy's parachute is erased by the animator and replaced with an anvil, with predictable results.
* ArtShift: At one point Daffy asks for scenery, and the animator obliges by penciling an [[StylisticSuck extremely crude town with stick drawings]].
* AuthorPowers: Although Daffy continues to exercise his free will, the animator has godlike powers over the environment, backgrounds, sounds, and even Daffy's body.
* BaitAndSwitchCredits: The opening titles (borrowing fonts and music from Jones' earlier BugsBunny short ''Rabbit Hood'') suggest a rather conventional, "Daffy as swashbuckling would-be hero" cartoon to follow. Wrong-o.
* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor
-->''(A pencil quickly draws a sketch of a crude cityscape)''\\
'''Daffy''': (sarcastically) That's dandy. Ho-ho, that's rich, I say. ''(to artist)'' Now how about some color, stupid?!\\
''(Daffy's head is painted bright blue...)''\\
'''Daffy''': Hey!\\
''(...followed by the rest of him painted a myriad of colors.)''\\
'''Daffy''': Not ''me'', you slop-artist!
* BerserkButton: Having Daffy make random animal noises instead of actually speaking probably wasn't a good idea...[[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments humorous as it was...]]
-->'''''[[{{Angrish}} YEARRGHBBBLBLBLBLBBLB]] -- AND I'VE NEVER BEEN SO HUMILIATED IN ALL MY LIFE!!!''''''
* BigNo: Daffy pushes away a premature 'The End' card, screaming 'NO! NO!' at the top of his lungs.
* ButtMonkey: Daffy has probably never been as big of a ButtMonkey in any of his other shorts as he is here, since the point of the short is essentially "let's see how angry we can make Daffy because it's funny". [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments They]] [[Funny/LooneyTunes succeeded.]]
* TheCameo: And it's a real dandy.
* CameraScrew: Towards the end, the frame shifts, leaving Daffy's top half on the bottom and bottom half on the top...inadvertently cloning Daffy. He then starts TalkingToHimself.
-->''(Daffy starts dancing, and then the frame shifts, with Daffy's top half in the bottom frame, and his bottom half on the top frame.)''\\
'''Bottom!Daffy''': ''Now'' what?!\\
'''Top!Daffy''': What are you doing down there?\\
'''Bottom!Daffy''': Down here? What are ''you'' doing ''up there''? ''(to audience)'' Down here--\\
''(Top!Daffy snatches Bottom!Daffy into the top frame, which then re-centers)''\\
[[strike:Bottom!Daffy]] '''Daffy!Prime''': Listen, bub, if you wasn't me, I'd smack you right in the puss!\\
[[strike:Top!Daffy]] '''Daffy!Clone''': Don't let ''that'' bother ya, Jack!\\
'''Daffy!Prime''': ''([[ExactWords winding up]] a punch)'' Okay, buddy, you asked for it!\\
''(Daffy!Clone gets erased just before Daffy throws his punch, making him miss wildly.)''
* CloningBlues
** In ''Rabbit Rampage'', Bugs is outraged when two other Bugs are drawn in. "Alright, OUT YOU IMPOSTOR!"
* CloseupOnHead: Inverted: A far-away Daffy wants a closeup, and he gets one...an ''extreme'' one.
-->''(Daffy washes up on an island far in the background.)''\\
'''Daffy''': ''(distant)'' Hey! C'mere...c'mere! Gimme a close-up! A close-up!\\
''(The screen goes black except for the volcanic island in the ''far'' distance, which Daffy is on.)''\\
'''Daffy''': ''This'' is a close-up? ''({{Beat}})'' A CLOSE-UP, YOU JERK! A '''CLOSE-UP!'''\\
''(The camera then rapidly zooms in on Daffy, accompanied by a MusicalSting, until the camera is aimed right between Daffy's bloodshot eyes.)''\\
'''Daffy''': Thanks for the sour persimmons, cousin.
* GenreDeconstruction: WordOfGod says that this was created in an attempt to take apart how cartoons work, as well as to explore whether or not Daffy would still be Daffy if he was changed beyond recognizability.
* FakeOutFadeOut: Daffy tears the screen up, then tells the animator to "get this picture started!" The screen [[IrisOut irises out]] into "The End," only for Daffy to yell ''"NO, NO!"'' and push it out of the way.
* JackassGenie: Daffy [[GenreBlindness should know better]], but his demands to the animator are ''always'' going to be met in this fashion. A demand for "some color" gets him painted with loud colors and polka-dots, a demand for a "close up" zooms the camera in until all we can see are his (bloodshot!) eyes, a demand for "sound" causes machinegun noises to be inserted instead of music, and on and on it goes.
* MediumAware: The basis of the humour, from beginning to end.
* MindScrew: By the animator to Daffy.
* NoFourthWall: The FourthWall is utterly ''demolished'' in this cartoon. The sad and sorry remains are flicked away when the ''animator'' [[spoiler:(Bugs Bunny)]] addresses the audience.
* NonSequiturThud: Not quite played straight because it actually makes sense, [[ItMakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext but not within the context]]: Daffy quotes ''The Village Blacksmith'' after the artist turns his parachute into an anvil. See the YMMV page for more info.
* NotQuiteBackToNormal: Daffy gets redrawn as some...''thing'' that's quadrupedal, has a flower-like head, and a flagpole flying a flag with [[VisualPun a screw and a ball]] for a tail. Daffy remarks he doesn't "quite feel like myself".
* [[RageAgainstTheAuthor Rage Against the Animator]]
* RecordNeedleScratch: Inverted. When Daffy asks for sound, the first sound effect is a record starting to play (the quiet "static" would be dust and small scratches on a record, a sound anyone familiar with records would recognize)
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Just before - and for the duration of - his (first) [[BerserkButton tirade]], his eyes turn red with anger.
* ScrewySquirrel: The artist, of course.
* ShoutOut: During the DS game's CloningBlues segment, Daffy {{S|treetFighter}}horyukens his clone.
** He also dons ''VideoGame/MegaMan''-like armor during the FakeOutOpening.
** "Diamond Mine, Mine!" portrays Daffy as the villain, likely referring to how the dragons from the Atari game ''VideoGame/{{Adventure}}'' resembled ducks. At least, resembled them according to [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner one person]].
** [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration "There are...four lights..."]]
** In an episode of ''TheClevelandShow'', Cleveland goes into his basement and meets that episode's writer and animator as they are creating it. At one point the animator adds a tail to Cleveland who, unlike Daffy and later Bugs, finds it amusing.
* ShowWithinAShow: An unusual example in which Daffy is aware he's in a cartoon [[spoiler: but not aware that the cartoon is being drawn by Bugs Bunny.]]
** This is actually different in "Rabbit Rampage": [[spoiler: Bugs not only knows that he is in a cartoon, but he also knows that]] ''[[spoiler: Elmer Fudd]]'' [[spoiler: is the animator... but we don't know that until the end.]]
* SoundDefect: What the animator does to Daffy in response to the sign mentioned below.
* SpecialEffectFailure: In-universe examples, of sounds (strumming a guitar and getting the sound of gunfire), backgrounds (which randomly blend into one another and/or disappear entirely), IrisOut (comes about halfway through the cartoon, after Daffy pleads with the animator to "get this picture started"), and Voice Acting (random animal/jungle noises replace Daffy's speech).
* TalkingWithSigns : "Sound please!"
* VisualPun: When Daffy is redrawn as a weird creature, the flag on his tail has a picture of a screw and a ball (an illustration of the phrase "screwball").
* WrongParachuteGag: Daffy's parachute works just fine, but the animator erases the chute and replaces it with an anvil.
* YouTubePoop: Not only can it be considered the great-grandfather of YTP, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbIY_C4Kj4c it became one itself]] - namely, ''DaffyMakesAPoop'' by popular pooper {{Waxonator}}.

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[[caption-width:300:Daffy feels [[IncrediblyLamePun crushed]] by his situation.]]

''Duck Amuck'' is an incredibly [[PostModernism postmodern]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' short directed by ChuckJones in [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1953]], in which DaffyDuck finds himself [[RageAgainstTheAuthor tormented by a sadistic animator]]. Seen as a large pencil or paintbrush coming into frame to make alterations, the animator screws around with the backgrounds, erases Daffy, paints him absurd colors, replaces his voice with random sound effects, redraws him as a bizarre four-legged creature, and so forth.

The short was an audacious experiment -- which has since come to be regarded as one of the all-time great cartoon shorts. It made second place on ''The50GreatestCartoons'', behind only Jones' own ''WhatsOperaDoc''. A couple years later Jones would direct a somewhat less successful spiritual sequel in ''RabbitRampage'', this time with BugsBunny as the victim.

->'''Bugs:''' ''(after the animator removes his tail)'' All right, you vandal, put that tail back! ''(the animator paints a horse's tail on Bugs)'' That is a horse's tail, my friend. ''(seething)'' It belongs on a ''horse''. ''(the animator erases Bugs save for the tail, and paints him as a horse. Bugs is not amused, munching on a carrot)'' Okay, wise guy. My contract SPECIFICALLY says I am always to be drawn '''''AS A RABBIT!'''''

''Duck Amuck'' was the basis of a Nintendo DS game of the same name, while the SNES game ''Bugs Bunny Rabbit Rampage'' is based off of Bugs' cartoon.

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!Duck Amuck provides examples of:

* AnvilOnHead: Daffy's parachute is erased by the animator and replaced with an anvil, with predictable results.
* ArtShift: At one point Daffy asks for scenery, and the animator obliges by penciling an [[StylisticSuck extremely crude town with stick drawings]].
* AuthorPowers: Although Daffy continues to exercise his free will, the animator has godlike powers over the environment, backgrounds, sounds, and even Daffy's body.
* BaitAndSwitchCredits: The opening titles (borrowing fonts and music from Jones' earlier BugsBunny short ''Rabbit Hood'') suggest a rather conventional, "Daffy as swashbuckling would-be hero" cartoon to follow. Wrong-o.
* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor
-->''(A pencil quickly draws a sketch of a crude cityscape)''\\
'''Daffy''': (sarcastically) That's dandy. Ho-ho, that's rich, I say. ''(to artist)'' Now how about some color, stupid?!\\
''(Daffy's head is painted bright blue...)''\\
'''Daffy''': Hey!\\
''(...followed by the rest of him painted a myriad of colors.)''\\
'''Daffy''': Not ''me'', you slop-artist!
* BerserkButton: Having Daffy make random animal noises instead of actually speaking probably wasn't a good idea...[[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments humorous as it was...]]
-->'''''[[{{Angrish}} YEARRGHBBBLBLBLBLBBLB]] -- AND I'VE NEVER BEEN SO HUMILIATED IN ALL MY LIFE!!!''''''
* BigNo: Daffy pushes away a premature 'The End' card, screaming 'NO! NO!' at the top of his lungs.
* ButtMonkey: Daffy has probably never been as big of a ButtMonkey in any of his other shorts as he is here, since the point of the short is essentially "let's see how angry we can make Daffy because it's funny". [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments They]] [[Funny/LooneyTunes succeeded.]]
* TheCameo: And it's a real dandy.
* CameraScrew: Towards the end, the frame shifts, leaving Daffy's top half on the bottom and bottom half on the top...inadvertently cloning Daffy. He then starts TalkingToHimself.
-->''(Daffy starts dancing, and then the frame shifts, with Daffy's top half in the bottom frame, and his bottom half on the top frame.)''\\
'''Bottom!Daffy''': ''Now'' what?!\\
'''Top!Daffy''': What are you doing down there?\\
'''Bottom!Daffy''': Down here? What are ''you'' doing ''up there''? ''(to audience)'' Down here--\\
''(Top!Daffy snatches Bottom!Daffy into the top frame, which then re-centers)''\\
[[strike:Bottom!Daffy]] '''Daffy!Prime''': Listen, bub, if you wasn't me, I'd smack you right in the puss!\\
[[strike:Top!Daffy]] '''Daffy!Clone''': Don't let ''that'' bother ya, Jack!\\
'''Daffy!Prime''': ''([[ExactWords winding up]] a punch)'' Okay, buddy, you asked for it!\\
''(Daffy!Clone gets erased just before Daffy throws his punch, making him miss wildly.)''
* CloningBlues
** In ''Rabbit Rampage'', Bugs is outraged when two other Bugs are drawn in. "Alright, OUT YOU IMPOSTOR!"
* CloseupOnHead: Inverted: A far-away Daffy wants a closeup, and he gets one...an ''extreme'' one.
-->''(Daffy washes up on an island far in the background.)''\\
'''Daffy''': ''(distant)'' Hey! C'mere...c'mere! Gimme a close-up! A close-up!\\
''(The screen goes black except for the volcanic island in the ''far'' distance, which Daffy is on.)''\\
'''Daffy''': ''This'' is a close-up? ''({{Beat}})'' A CLOSE-UP, YOU JERK! A '''CLOSE-UP!'''\\
''(The camera then rapidly zooms in on Daffy, accompanied by a MusicalSting, until the camera is aimed right between Daffy's bloodshot eyes.)''\\
'''Daffy''': Thanks for the sour persimmons, cousin.
* GenreDeconstruction: WordOfGod says that this was created in an attempt to take apart how cartoons work, as well as to explore whether or not Daffy would still be Daffy if he was changed beyond recognizability.
* FakeOutFadeOut: Daffy tears the screen up, then tells the animator to "get this picture started!" The screen [[IrisOut irises out]] into "The End," only for Daffy to yell ''"NO, NO!"'' and push it out of the way.
* JackassGenie: Daffy [[GenreBlindness should know better]], but his demands to the animator are ''always'' going to be met in this fashion. A demand for "some color" gets him painted with loud colors and polka-dots, a demand for a "close up" zooms the camera in until all we can see are his (bloodshot!) eyes, a demand for "sound" causes machinegun noises to be inserted instead of music, and on and on it goes.
* MediumAware: The basis of the humour, from beginning to end.
* MindScrew: By the animator to Daffy.
* NoFourthWall: The FourthWall is utterly ''demolished'' in this cartoon. The sad and sorry remains are flicked away when the ''animator'' [[spoiler:(Bugs Bunny)]] addresses the audience.
* NonSequiturThud: Not quite played straight because it actually makes sense, [[ItMakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext but not within the context]]: Daffy quotes ''The Village Blacksmith'' after the artist turns his parachute into an anvil. See the YMMV page for more info.
* NotQuiteBackToNormal: Daffy gets redrawn as some...''thing'' that's quadrupedal, has a flower-like head, and a flagpole flying a flag with [[VisualPun a screw and a ball]] for a tail. Daffy remarks he doesn't "quite feel like myself".
* [[RageAgainstTheAuthor Rage Against the Animator]]
* RecordNeedleScratch: Inverted. When Daffy asks for sound, the first sound effect is a record starting to play (the quiet "static" would be dust and small scratches on a record, a sound anyone familiar with records would recognize)
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Just before - and for the duration of - his (first) [[BerserkButton tirade]], his eyes turn red with anger.
* ScrewySquirrel: The artist, of course.
* ShoutOut: During the DS game's CloningBlues segment, Daffy {{S|treetFighter}}horyukens his clone.
** He also dons ''VideoGame/MegaMan''-like armor during the FakeOutOpening.
** "Diamond Mine, Mine!" portrays Daffy as the villain, likely referring to how the dragons from the Atari game ''VideoGame/{{Adventure}}'' resembled ducks. At least, resembled them according to [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner one person]].
** [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration "There are...four lights..."]]
** In an episode of ''TheClevelandShow'', Cleveland goes into his basement and meets that episode's writer and animator as they are creating it. At one point the animator adds a tail to Cleveland who, unlike Daffy and later Bugs, finds it amusing.
* ShowWithinAShow: An unusual example in which Daffy is aware he's in a cartoon [[spoiler: but not aware that the cartoon is being drawn by Bugs Bunny.]]
** This is actually different in "Rabbit Rampage": [[spoiler: Bugs not only knows that he is in a cartoon, but he also knows that]] ''[[spoiler: Elmer Fudd]]'' [[spoiler: is the animator... but we don't know that until the end.]]
* SoundDefect: What the animator does to Daffy in response to the sign mentioned below.
* SpecialEffectFailure: In-universe examples, of sounds (strumming a guitar and getting the sound of gunfire), backgrounds (which randomly blend into one another and/or disappear entirely), IrisOut (comes about halfway through the cartoon, after Daffy pleads with the animator to "get this picture started"), and Voice Acting (random animal/jungle noises replace Daffy's speech).
* TalkingWithSigns : "Sound please!"
* VisualPun: When Daffy is redrawn as a weird creature, the flag on his tail has a picture of a screw and a ball (an illustration of the phrase "screwball").
* WrongParachuteGag: Daffy's parachute works just fine, but the animator erases the chute and replaces it with an anvil.
* YouTubePoop: Not only can it be considered the great-grandfather of YTP, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbIY_C4Kj4c it became one itself]] - namely, ''DaffyMakesAPoop'' by popular pooper {{Waxonator}}.

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17th Nov '12 1:19:33 AM lu127
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''Duck Amuck'' is an incredibly [[PostModernism postmodern]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' short directed by ChuckJones in [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1953]], in which DaffyDuck finds himself [[RageAgainstTheAuthor tormented by a sadistic animator]]. Seen as a large pencil or paintbrush coming into frame to make alterations, the animator screws around with the backgrounds, erases Daffy, paints him absurd colors, replaces his voice with random sound effects, redraws him as a bizarre four-legged creature, and so forth. The animator, who Daffy cannot see, is ultimately revealed to the audience as none other than [[spoiler: BugsBunny]].

The short was an audacious experiment -- which has since come to be regarded as one of the all-time great cartoon shorts. It made second place on ''The50GreatestCartoons'', behind only Jones' own ''WhatsOperaDoc''. A couple years later Jones would direct a somewhat less successful spiritual sequel in ''RabbitRampage'', this time with BugsBunny as the victim [[spoiler: (in a bit of LaserGuidedKarma)]] and [[spoiler: Elmer Fudd]] holding the pens and paintbrushes. It had its moments, though.

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''Duck Amuck'' is an incredibly [[PostModernism postmodern]] ''[[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]]'' short directed by ChuckJones in [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1953]], in which DaffyDuck finds himself [[RageAgainstTheAuthor tormented by a sadistic animator]]. Seen as a large pencil or paintbrush coming into frame to make alterations, the animator screws around with the backgrounds, erases Daffy, paints him absurd colors, replaces his voice with random sound effects, redraws him as a bizarre four-legged creature, and so forth. The animator, who Daffy cannot see, is ultimately revealed to the audience as none other than [[spoiler: BugsBunny]].\n\n

The short was an audacious experiment -- which has since come to be regarded as one of the all-time great cartoon shorts. It made second place on ''The50GreatestCartoons'', behind only Jones' own ''WhatsOperaDoc''. A couple years later Jones would direct a somewhat less successful spiritual sequel in ''RabbitRampage'', this time with BugsBunny as the victim [[spoiler: (in a bit of LaserGuidedKarma)]] and [[spoiler: Elmer Fudd]] holding the pens and paintbrushes. It had its moments, though.
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See it [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cH6i2Z6mTRE here]].



'''Tropes associated with ''Duck Amuck'' include:'''

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'''Tropes associated with ''Duck Amuck'' include:'''
!Duck Amuck provides examples of:
15th Sep '12 12:51:20 PM MysteriousF
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The short was an audacious experiment -- which has since come to be regarded as one of the all-time great cartoon shorts (and has in fact been named the [[The50GreatestCartoons second greatest cartoon ever made]]). A couple years later Jones would direct a somewhat less successful spiritual sequel in ''RabbitRampage'', this time with BugsBunny as the victim [[spoiler: (in a bit of LaserGuidedKarma)]] and [[spoiler: Elmer Fudd]] holding the pens and paintbrushes. It had its moments, though.

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The short was an audacious experiment -- which has since come to be regarded as one of the all-time great cartoon shorts (and has in fact been named the [[The50GreatestCartoons shorts. It made second greatest cartoon ever made]]).place on ''The50GreatestCartoons'', behind only Jones' own ''WhatsOperaDoc''. A couple years later Jones would direct a somewhat less successful spiritual sequel in ''RabbitRampage'', this time with BugsBunny as the victim [[spoiler: (in a bit of LaserGuidedKarma)]] and [[spoiler: Elmer Fudd]] holding the pens and paintbrushes. It had its moments, though.
19th Aug '12 2:34:46 PM tyrekecorrea
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* SoundDefect: What the animator does to Daffy in response to the above sign.

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* SoundDefect: What the animator does to Daffy in response to the above sign.sign mentioned below.
8th Jul '12 1:12:15 AM SeptimusHeap
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[[caption-width:300:Daffy feels [[AWorldwidePunomenon crushed]] by his situation.]]

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[[caption-width:300:Daffy feels [[AWorldwidePunomenon [[IncrediblyLamePun crushed]] by his situation.]]
8th Jul '12 12:24:09 AM nombretomado
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** [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration "There are...four lights..."]]

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** [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration "There are...four lights..."]]
3rd Jul '12 12:55:50 AM Azaram
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** "Diamond Mine, Mine!" protrays Daffy as the villain, likely referring to how the dragons from the Atari game ''VideoGame/{{Adventure}}'' resembled ducks. At least, resembled them according to [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner one person]].

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** "Diamond Mine, Mine!" protrays portrays Daffy as the villain, likely referring to how the dragons from the Atari game ''VideoGame/{{Adventure}}'' resembled ducks. At least, resembled them according to [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner one person]].
4th Jun '12 5:16:23 PM CalamityJane
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* GenreDeconstruction: WordOfGod says that this was created in an attempt to take apart how cartoons work, as well as to explore whether or not Daffy would still be Daffy if he was changed beyond recognizability.



* FauxSymbolism: Daffy is effectively having a [[Literature/TheBible Book of Job]] moment with "God."
21st Apr '12 7:52:28 AM garrisonskunk
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** In an episode of ''TheClevelandShow'', Cleveland goes into his basement and meets that episode's writer and animator as they are creating it. At one point the animator adds a tail to Cleveland who, unlike Daffy, finds it amusing.

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** In an episode of ''TheClevelandShow'', Cleveland goes into his basement and meets that episode's writer and animator as they are creating it. At one point the animator adds a tail to Cleveland who, unlike Daffy, Daffy and later Bugs, finds it amusing.
21st Apr '12 7:49:19 AM garrisonskunk
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** In an episode of ''TheClevelandShow'', Cleveland goes into his basement and meets that episode's writer and animator as they are creating it. At one point the animator adds a tail to Cleveland who, unlike Daffy, finds it amusing.
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