"The Stupor Salesman" is a 1948 Looney Tunes
short directed by Art Davis. A crook, having just pulled a robbery, conceals himself in a secluded cabin. However, he didn't count on Daffy Duck
as a salesman who won't take "no" for an answer.
Listed as one of The 100 Greatest Looney Tunes
- Ash Face: Daffy and the crook at the end. One of the things that Daffy tries to sell the guy ignites the stove's gas and blows up the house, leaving them both battered and covered in ash.
- The Determinator: Daffy. The crook can slam the door in his face, threaten to slug him, and so on and so forth, but he is not leaving until he makes a sale.
- Neck Lift: the crook does it to Daffy so that he can sock him more easily.
- Traveling Salesman: Daffy's role.