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* RecycledAnimation: A lot of the animated screenshots, such as entering [=HQ=] and teleporting to the scene of the crime, was reused from ''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgersInTheTwentyFourthAndOneHalfCentury''.

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* RecycledAnimation: A lot of the animated screenshots, such as entering [=HQ=] and teleporting to the scene of the crime, was reused from ''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgersInTheTwentyFourthAndOneHalfCentury''.''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgersInTheTwentyFourthAndAHalfCentury''.


* RecycledAnimation: A lot of the animated screenshots, such as entering [=HQ=] and teleporting to the scene of the crime, was reused from ''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgersInThe24thAndOneHalfCentury''.

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* RecycledAnimation: A lot of the animated screenshots, such as entering [=HQ=] and teleporting to the scene of the crime, was reused from ''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgersInThe24thAndOneHalfCentury''.''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgersInTheTwentyFourthAndOneHalfCentury''.


* RecycledAnimation: A lot of the animated screenshots, such as entering [=HQ=] and teleporting to the scene of the crime, was reused from ''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgersAndThe24thAndOneHalfCentury''.

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* RecycledAnimation: A lot of the animated screenshots, such as entering [=HQ=] and teleporting to the scene of the crime, was reused from ''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgersAndThe24thAndOneHalfCentury''.''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgersInThe24thAndOneHalfCentury''.


* RecycledAnimation: A lot of the animated screenshots, such as entering [=HQ=] and teleporting to the scene of the crime, was reused from ''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgersAndTheTwentyFourthAndOneHalfCentury''.

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* RecycledAnimation: A lot of the animated screenshots, such as entering [=HQ=] and teleporting to the scene of the crime, was reused from ''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgersAndTheTwentyFourthAndOneHalfCentury''.''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgersAndThe24thAndOneHalfCentury''.

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* RecycledAnimation: A lot of the animated screenshots, such as entering [=HQ=] and teleporting to the scene of the crime, was reused from ''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgersAndTheTwentyFourthAndOneHalfCentury''.


* RunningGag: Every so often, Joe needs to be corrected on the time by Schmoe.

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* RunningGag: Every so often, Joe needs to be corrected on the time by Schmoe. In the case of the ending, it's the judge Schmoe corrects.


* ArtisticLicenseLaw: Because Joe and Schmoe arrested the wrong man, they end up getting thirty years.

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* ArtisticLicenseLaw: Because Joe and Schmoe arrested the wrong man, [[DisproportionateRetribution they end up getting thirty years.years]].


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* DownerEnding: Due to Machree not being the Flying Saucer Bandit, Joe and Schmoe get thirty years for false arrest.

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-->'''Schmoe Tuesday:''' And just think, people used to have to use the stairs.

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-->'''Schmoe Tuesday:''' And just think, people Isn't modern science wonderful? People used to have to use the stairs.s-s-stairs.


* DayOfTheWeekName: Spoofs its use on ''Dragnet''.
-->'''Joe Monday:''' My name is Monday. My partner's name is Tuesday. He always follows me.
* TheLittleDetecto: Joe uses a Crimino-Detecto set to find Mother Machree's latest whereabouts.



* RunningGag: Every so often, Joe needs to be corrected on the time by Schmoe.

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* NarratingTheObvious: PlayedForLaughs.
-->'''Joe Monday:''' 1:07 -- He left the Blast-In. 1:08 -- We arrived at the Blast-In. Our deductions later proved that we had missed him by one minute.
* PoliceCodeForEverything: In the opening, Joe and Schmoe are coming back from investigating a 712: "Malicious mischief. [[MonumentalDamage Schoolchildren had blown the ring off Saturn]]."
* RunningGag: Every so often, Joe needs to be corrected on the time by Schmoe.Schmoe.
* ShortDistancePhoneCall: Joe waits for DaChief to call. He turns out to be on the desk right in front of his.
* {{Tuckerisation}}: Aside from Mother Machree, the other criminals in the Crimino-Detecto Set are Warner Cartoons staffers, including [[Creator/ChuckJones C.M. Jones]] and Creator/MelBlanc.
* TubeTravel: Joe and Schmoe enter Police Headquarters by giant pneumatic tubes. It proves to be a bumpy ride.
-->'''Schmoe Tuesday:''' And just think, people used to have to use the stairs.
* WordSchmord: Porky is named Schmoe here to go with Daffy's Joe.


In this AffectionateParody of ''Series/{[Dragnet}}'' and ''Series/RacketSquad'' in a futuristic setting, Detective Joe Monday (Daffy) narrates how he and his partner, Schmoe Tuesday (Porky) patrol the Milky Way. After returning to headquarters after a routine investigation into a 712-malicious mischief (school children blew one of the rings off Saturn due to their parents not keeping Uranium out of their reach), they are tasked by their Chief to bring in the notorious Flying Saucer Bandit. When the investigation points to George "Mother' Machree, the two detectives set out to apprehend the suspect.

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In this AffectionateParody of ''Series/{[Dragnet}}'' ''Series/{{Dragnet}}'' and ''Series/RacketSquad'' in a futuristic setting, Detective Joe Monday (Daffy) narrates how he and his partner, Schmoe Tuesday (Porky) patrol the Milky Way. After returning to headquarters after a routine investigation into a 712-malicious mischief (school children blew one of the rings off Saturn due to their parents not keeping Uranium out of their reach), they are tasked by their Chief to bring in the notorious Flying Saucer Bandit. When the investigation points to George "Mother' Machree, the two detectives set out to apprehend the suspect.


In this AffectionateParody of ''Series/{[Dragnet}}'' in a futuristic setting, Detective Joe Monday (Daffy) narrates how he and his partner, Schmoe Tuesday (Porky) patrol the Milky Way. After returning to headquarters after a routine investigation into a 712-malicious mischief (school children blew one of the rings off Saturn due to their parents not keeping Uranium out of their reach), they are tasked by their Chief to bring in the notorious Flying Saucer Bandit. When the investigation points to George "Mother' Machree, the two detectives set out to apprehend the suspect.

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In this AffectionateParody of ''Series/{[Dragnet}}'' and ''Series/RacketSquad'' in a futuristic setting, Detective Joe Monday (Daffy) narrates how he and his partner, Schmoe Tuesday (Porky) patrol the Milky Way. After returning to headquarters after a routine investigation into a 712-malicious mischief (school children blew one of the rings off Saturn due to their parents not keeping Uranium out of their reach), they are tasked by their Chief to bring in the notorious Flying Saucer Bandit. When the investigation points to George "Mother' Machree, the two detectives set out to apprehend the suspect.

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"Rocket Squad" is a 1956 ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' cartoon directed by Creator/ChuckJones and starring WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck and WesternAnimation/PorkyPig.

In this AffectionateParody of ''Series/{[Dragnet}}'' in a futuristic setting, Detective Joe Monday (Daffy) narrates how he and his partner, Schmoe Tuesday (Porky) patrol the Milky Way. After returning to headquarters after a routine investigation into a 712-malicious mischief (school children blew one of the rings off Saturn due to their parents not keeping Uranium out of their reach), they are tasked by their Chief to bring in the notorious Flying Saucer Bandit. When the investigation points to George "Mother' Machree, the two detectives set out to apprehend the suspect.

Along the way, Schmoe keeps having to correct Joe with the time marks.

!!Tropes appearing in this cartoon:
* ArtisticLicenseLaw: Because Joe and Schmoe arrested the wrong man, they end up getting thirty years.
* MiscarriageOfJustice: Despite all the evidence that points to the contrary, it turns out that Machree ''isn't'' the Flying Saucer Bandit.
* RunningGag: Every so often, Joe needs to be corrected on the time by Schmoe.

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