The Daffy Duck Show (1978)

Show #27

Season 1, Ep 27, Aired 5/17/79
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  • Episode Description
  • Stupor Duck - featuring Daffy Duck Daffy gains super powers and becomes Stupor Duck. However he does more bad than good with his new found powers. Baseball Bugs - featuring Bugs Bunny Bugs has to win a baseball game against the Gas-House Gorillas team. Gorilla My Dreams - featuring Bugs Bunny Bugs gets adopted by a female gorilla who takes him home with her. However his gorilla "dad" can't stand him and tries to get rid of him.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Mel Blanc

    Daffy Duck, Bugs Bunny

  • Friz Freleng

  • Robert McKimson

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (1)

    • Bugs: That's my soft spot - dames crying.

    Notes (10)

    • Gorilla My Dreams was released on Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 2 Disc 1.

    • Cartoon Network removes the part from Gorilla My Dreams where Bugs is reading a "Esquire Magazine" because it was considered an adult magazine at the time.

    • Gorilla My Dreams is 7 minutes 34 seconds long.

    • Gorilla My Dreams was released on January 3, 1948.

    • Baseball Bugs is 7 minutes long.

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    Trivia (8)

    • The tall building Stupor Duck tries to leap over at the beginning of the cartoon has a sign on it which reads "McKimson Associates," a reference to director Robert McKimson.

    • Gorilla My Dreams was remade in 1959 as Apes of Wrath.

    • Gorilla My Dreams marks the first appearance of Gruesome Gorilla, who reappeared as a boss in the game Bugs Bunny and Taz Time Busters.

    • The billboards seen during Baseball Bugs: The outfield wall ad for "Mike Maltese, Ace Detective" refers to writer Michael Maltese. The outfield wall ad for "Filboid Studge" refers to a fictional breakfast cereal mentioned in a short story by Saki. The ad next to "Filboid Studge" is for "Culvert Gin" a take-off on "Calvert Gin." The wall ads on the third base side are for "Manza Champagne", "Lausbub's Bread" and "Ross. Co. Finer Footwear for the Brats" named for animator Virgil Ross. The ads on the left field wall are for Camuel's (a reference to Camel Cigarettes) and "Urbo." Another outfield reading "Daltol" refers to animator Cal Dalton. A product named "Chi-Chi" is on a sign to the left.

    • A popular Jump Blues band from New York City, The Gas House Gorillas took their name from the Baseball Bugs short.

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    Allusions (2)

    • Gorilla My Dreams - Title The title of this cartoon is a play on the expression "Girl o' My Dreams".

    • Stupor Duck: Character This cartoon was a parody of the famous DC Comics character, Superman. In 1969, WB would merge with that comic's publisher, DC Comics.

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