Daffy Duck : Anyone for tennis? Daffy Duck : [as the townsfolk carry hero Porky off] Hey, put down that comedy relief!
Anyone for tennis? [Daffy Duck] Good news everyone! [Professor Fonsworth]
Elmer is apparently unmoved by Bugs' and Daffy's latest game of one-upmanship, and in yet another stroke of genius, Elmer declares "I'm a vegetawian! I just hunt for the sport!" Bugs gets all up in Elmer's grill, and Daffy runs up in a tennis outfit. "Anyone for tennis?" Daffy asks. Elmer quickly shoots Daffy. "Nice game!"
Rabbit Fire is a 1951 Looney Tunes (reissued as a 1960 Blue Ribbon Merrie Melodies) cartoon starring Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Elmer Fudd. Directed by Chuck Jones and written by Michael Maltese, the short is the first film in Jones' "hunting trilogy"—the other two films being Rabbit Seasoning and Duck!
Here's a fun one - my half of another art trade with , and a grand return to the universe of his "Toons Run Amuck" concept.He wanted to see a comic strip with the characters in the Turner-owned cartoon library, spotlighting the interaction between Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck with a few Cartoon Network/Hanna-Barbera characters thrown in.
DAFFY D. #16-591. Genre. anthropomorphic-funny animals. Characters. Daffy Duck; Elmer Fudd. Reprints. in Daffy Duck (Western, 1962 series) #47 (December 1966)
Members Only is the 2nd broadcast episode and the 3rd produced episode of The Looney Tunes Show. Daffy is leaning against a tree and staring at a distant country club. He then tries to get into the Royal Oaks Glen Oaks Oakwood Oaks Country Club and the receptionist, thinking that Daffy's a club member, asks for his membership number. The receptionist soon realizes that Daffy isn't a member ...