Draftee Daffy

Draftee Daffy (1945)

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Directed by: Robert Clampett

Starring: Mel Blanc

Genres: Animated, Comedy, Family, Short, War

Continuity mistake: When Daffy throws his newspaper away at the start of the short, he then begins singing, but as he walking along, there is no sign of the newspaper.

Continuity mistake: When Daffy picks up the telephone to answer the call, there is a sofa behind him. But when he walks along after putting the phone down, the sofa has gone.

Continuity mistake: When Daffy says "It couldn't be you!" he points to himself in a mirror. But when he is crawling around on the floor, he crawls to a window, which wasn't there in the previous shot.

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Trivia: When Daffy is saluting the portrait of General MacArthur, along the bottom of the painting you can read the artist's name: Cornett Wood. Wood was a layout artist for Warner Brothers.


Daffy Duck: I guess he's gone now.
The Little Man from the Draft Board: Well, now, I wouldn't say that.

The Little Man from the Draft Board: Good heavens. That was quite an explosion. Are you hurt, son?
Daffy Duck: Oh, I'm a little shaken up, but you should've seen what happened to that dope from the draft board. He was blown to smithereens, see? Smithereens.
The Little Man from the Draft Board: Well, now, I.
Daffy Duck: No! No! You wouldn't say that! It's you! It's you.

The Little Man from the Draft Board: What's all the hub-bub, bub?

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