The sequence of Porky traveling with Sylvester to the haunted hotel (actually rearranged and redubbed clips from ", Daffy's scream as he got hit by the wrecking ball is Wile E. Coyote's scream taken from ". Daffy decides to blame the debacle on the absent Porky and absent-mindedly remarks that there was "nothing wrong with a little dishonesty in business affairs." Here, Daffy Duck is a salesman who accepts a job to fulfill millionaire J.B. Cubish's wish to make him laugh one more time before he passes on. When "The Duxorcist" became its own short and aired on ABC, the part where Daffy calls the possessed female duck a schizophrenic, refers to her as "Sybil," and asks if there's "any more like [her] in the family" before adding "Could you send back that older sister of yours?" Add the first question. Animation. Daffy succeeds and when Cubish kicks the bucket, Daffy earns all his money from his will as long as he uses it for goodwill. After the last of Daffy's money has been taken away, he gets a knock at the door, expecting a client. Sylvester has an exploit with Tweety Bird, where Sylvester is relentlessly chased by a monstrous version of Tweety and develops paranoia in front of Daffy and Porky.

3 of 4 people found this review helpful. Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? View production, box office, & company info. This film combines newly-animated footage linked with classic Warner Bros. cartoons. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Written by Throughout the night, he gets visited by three ghosts. Street corner salesman Daffy tries to make a pitch to reclusive billionaire and "ailing buzzsaw baron" J.P. Cubish (a dog)---who has offered wealth to anyone who can make him laugh before he passes on---only to be stymied by Cubish's butler (also a dog). About 50% of it is new footage while the rest is reused Looney Tune shorts done by Chuck Jones and Friz Freleng.If you like Daffy Duck's Quackbusters, you'll like this movie. The rub is that Cubish has demanded the person who receives his money use the funds for good. Cue. Although Daffy successfully exorcises the ghosts possessing a lady duck (with Daffy momentarily falling under possession from them himself), he discovers that Cubish has stripped his money down to his last million. TVTropes is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

Things get worse for Daffy when Egghead appears as a singing telegram, announcing to Daffy that due to unpaid rent, he is being dispossessed.

But upon realization of what he said, Daffy discovers that the safe is now completely empty except for a few cobwebs and a sign from Cubish: "YOU LOSE, DUCK!" "Night of the Living Duck" and "The Duxorcist" (the film's two new full cartoon segments) were later re-used in the 1992 TV special Bugs Bunny's Creature Features, while "The Duxorcist" would later join the Saturday morning rotation on ABC's Bugs Bunny & Tweety Show. Warner Bros Animation Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. And after taking the last of the money, it's implied that he's responsible for Daffy being reposessed and the building torn down with him in it, and afterwards, he takes away a dollar Daffy earned as a street corner salesman, which has nothing to do with the terms of the will. As IMDb celebrates its 30th birthday, we have six shows to get you ready for those pivotal years of your life ... your 30s. Before impact, Daffy sadly says to the audience, "One thing's for sure, I've got nowhere else to go but up!". Porky agrees to take the case and takes the now-paranoid Sylvester with him.

Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales, But Daffy, well... being Daffy, plots to spend the money for himself, as so he's haunted by Cubish's ghost, who says that his money will gradually disappear if Daffy appears to use it dishonestly. (Part 2). And it has the ability to grant anyone a fantasy of their own.Daffy after experience a fantasy that didn't went too well. he returns as a struggling salesman in the epilogue after everything Daffy owned was repossessed. This short is exclusive to this film.

Sam notices his map is gone and is determine to know who took.This movie is similar to the other early Looney Tune TV movies. However, when Daffy earns a dollar bill, it instantly vanishes. What to Watch if You Miss the "Game of Thrones" Cast. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Remember, that’s. However, the elephant turns up on Daffy's television interview on Frightline with Zed Toppel, making him a laughingstock. Daffy sets up a resort around the well and various Looney Tunes characters have their dreams come true. Sylvester alternates chasing the normal Tweety and fleeing a monster version of Tweety. Daffy and Speedy automatically got their own white suits to make them look like the owners of Fantasy Island.A plane comes by with other Looney Tune characters who want to experience their own fantasies with the power of the well.Meanwhile after a ship battle with Bugs Bunny, Sam and Taz got shipwrecked and ended up being on the same isle with the magic well.

It is the final theatrical Looney Tunes production in which Mel Blanc provided the voices of the characters.

Setting himself up as a "Paranormalist at Large", Daffy persuades Bugs Bunny to appear in commercials (despite the rabbit's intention of going to Palm Springs for his vacation), then hires Porky Pig (accompanied by Sylvester) as an underling; Cubish continues to make money vanish from inside the safe whenever Daffy seems to be operating dishonestly. It was also one of the two compilation of classic Warner Bros. cartoon shorts not composed by Robert J. Walsh (the other being 1979's The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie, which was composed by Dean Elliott).

A defeated Daffy trudges back to his desk saying, "I'm finished. Elroy Jetson invents a time machine that takes his family back to prehistoric times, where they meet the Flintstone family. Greedy duck hates Christmas but loves money. After the repo crew takes away his belongings, Daffy's building is condemned and destroyed, with him still inside. Daffy Duck's Quackbusters saw a lot of heavy rotation in my VCR when I was a kid, and I hadn't really seen it much since then. Cartoons: "Night of the Living Duck," "Daffy Dilly," "The Prize Pest," "Water, Water, Every Hare," "Hyde and Go Tweet," "Claws for Alarm," "The Duxorcist," "Transylvania 6-5000," "The Abominable Snow Rabbit," "Punch Trunk," and "Jumpin' Jupiter.". Daffy assigns Porky to investigate the resort town of Dry Gulch for any suspicious ghost activity.

On a desert island, Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales find a magic well that grants any wish and they get much more than they bargained for. On a desert island, Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales find a magic well that grants any wish and they get much more than they bargained for. Use the HTML below.

The film was released to theaters by Warner Bros. Pictures on September 24, 1988. Daffy Duck and Speedy are on a deserted island where they come across a treasure map which they hoped for treasure but instead they found a magic well that can talk.

The irked Daffy vows to use the money to wipe out ghosts (à la Ghostbusters) such as Cubish.

Looney Tunes documentary film hosted by Bob Clampett, including nine complete cartoons from the 40s and the artists behind the characters. After receiving a call from Transylvania, Daffy then calls up Bugs and assigns him to investigate.

Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales find a treasure map that leads them to a wishing well, which for a penny will grant any wish (through old cartoon footage).

Daffy Duck opens a detective agency for the supernatural along side his Looney Toon buddies. He then receives a call from Porky, who is returning with Sylvester from their assignment to Dry Gulch, and Daffy reassigns him to the Superstition Mountains, much to Sylvester's chagrin.
However, Porky is also unemployed now, though he might not yet be aware of it (Bugs, on the other hand, doesn't seem to mind that Daffy's business went under). To make matters worse, Daffy earned the money legitimately, fulfilling Cubish's, At the end of movie, Daffy earns a dollar for selling a toy legally and legitimately before the dollar vanishes in Daffy's hand, implying that despite Daffy trying to sell legally, he is screwing Daffy for life! Court jester Bugs races against the Black Knight (Yosemite Sam) and his sneezing dragon in pursuit of the Singing Sword. Production cel with a production background and cels from ". Title: It was the final theatrical production in which Mel Blanc provided the voices of the various Looney Tunes characters before his death on July 10, 1989. After receiving a call from the Himalayas, Daffy phones up Bugs again, who is leaving following his encounter with Count Blood Count, and together they go up against Hugo the Abominable Snowman, with Hugo repeatedly mistaking Daffy for a rabbit. After Dexter is confronted with robots who wish to "destroy the one who saved the future," he uses his time machine to see how he saved it.

he says of Cubish), but his deceased benefactor returns as an unseen ghost, with the intention of reclaiming his fortune until Daffy agrees to uphold the terms. Daffy sets up a resort around the well and various Looney Tunes characters have their dreams come true. The now-wealthy Daffy derides the idea ("What a rube!" Daffy Ducks Quackbusters is a 1988 Compilation Movie starring Daffy Duck and other classic Looney Tunes characters. In this animated feature, wealthy J.P. Cubish has promised his fortune to anyone who can make him laugh. After a shot of Cubish's grave is shown where it states that Cubish is still dead, it is revealed that Daffy is back where he started, as a street corner salesman, this time, selling paranormal-themed trinkets (including wind-up dolls of Gossamer).

(implying that Cubish is still haunting Daffy) which cuts to a 'Finis' card. The film opens with the short The Night of the Living Duck (1988). The film was released to theaters by Warner Bros. on September 24, 1988.