The short subject features Daffy Duck. Daffy can also throw punches. Stupendous is interrupted in his office by Daffy asking for an acting position, and quickly responds "No!" Stupendous is interrupted in his office by Daffy asking for an acting position, and quickly responds "No!" As a result, Daffy is now the director, uttering the same line asking for turkey at lunchtime as Hamburger complete with Hamburger's accent and clothing. Daffy bursts into the office of movie producer I.M. Hamburger declares "It's ruined, cut!" Hollywood Daffy is a 1946 Merrie Melodies short directed by Friz Freleng. Daffy Duck a Hollywood (Daffy Duck in Hollywood) è film del 1938 diretto da Tex Avery. Daffy sympathetically gives him a gift, promising to "stop being screwy"; however, he didn't mean what he said as when Hemberger opens the gift Daffy simply pinches his nose again and runs off hooting wildly. and breaks the fourth wall by stating, "Y'know, that duck's screwy!" The short subject features Daffy Duck. On the set, all the crew rushes to follow Hamburger's order for a close-up, who starts smoking a cigarette. Cartoons with sound effects edited by Treg Brown, Cartoons with orchestrations by Milt Franklyn, Cartoons with characters voiced by Mel Blanc, Cartoons with characters voiced by Bea Benaderet, Cartoons with backgrounds by Hawley Pratt, Looney Tunes Spotlight Collection: Volume 5, Looney Tunes Bugs Bunny Golden Carrot Collection, It's Nice to Have a Mouse Around the House, Duck Dodgers and the Return of the 24½th Century, https://looneytunes.fandom.com/wiki/Hollywood_Daffy?oldid=224013, The Joe Besser-parody studio guard from this cartoon bears a strong physical resemblance to The Captain from. Something strange is creeping across me. On the set, all the crew rushes to follow Hamburger's order for a close-up, who starts smoking a cigarette. The phone rings and Daffy pops out of it saying "You're correct, absolutely correct! The opening scene: the gate of Wonder Pictures (“If it’s a good picture, it’s a Wonder!”). È un cortometraggio d'animazione della serie Merrie Melodies prodotto dalla Leon Schlesinger Productions ed uscito il 3 dicembre 1938, distribuito dalla Warner Bros., nonché l'ultimo cartone con protagonista Daffy Duck diretto da Avery. Stupendous then phones Director Von Hemberger (a parody on Josef von Sternberg who bears some resemblance to Porky Pig with Piggy Hamhock's shape), except for he speaks with a German accent, rolling his r's and not stuttering) and orders him to finish the picture he's working on that day. At Wonder Studios (a direct parody of Warner Bros, even the caption "If it's a good picture, it's a Wonder" parodies the famous marketing slogan), producer I.M. Daffy Duck In Hollywood. With Mel Blanc, Sara Berner, Herman Bing. The game is loosely inspired by the In the film room, Daffy begins clipping and pasting together random film clips ("WOW! Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Looney Tunes Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. The cartoon was released on December 12, 1938, and stars Daffy Duck; it is Avery's last Daffy Duck cartoon. Despite Hemberger's obvious (and justified) fear, Stupendous approves of the film, which causes Hemberger to faint. In the final level, Daffy confronts the final boss Professor Duck Brain. [1], The mad Professor Duck Brain has stolen Yosemite Sam's Golden Cartoon Awards and is holding them for ransom. Daffy sympathetically gives him a gift, promising to stop being screwy, and walks away. When the inevitable kiss comes up, Daffy kisses the hen; he is so excited that he does it again. Then, in the film room, Daffy begins clipping and pasting together random film clips. Hemberger, who apparently has lost his sanity at the end of the previous scene, now imitates Daffy and hides under the platter, pinching his nose and hooting wildly like Daffy.