Daffy Duck in Hollywood

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Daffy Duck in Hollywood is a 1938 Merrie Melodies animated short starring Daffy Duck (in his similar design from Daffy Duck & Egghead). This was the final Daffy Duck cartoon directed by Tex Avery.

I. M. Stupendous[edit]

  • [reacting to Daffy's "film"] Amazing! Marvelous! Stupendous! Colossal! Tremendous! Gigantic! Astounding! Unbelievable! Spectacular! Phenomenal! And it's good, too.


I. M. Stupendous: Hello, Miss Morgan, get me director Von Hamburger on the wire. Hello, Von Hamburger?
Von Hamburger: Yes, sir.
I. M. Stupendous: That picture you're working on...
[The camera pans to side revealing Von Hamburger standing right next to I.M., talking on the phone]
Von Hamburger: Yes, sir?
I. M. Stupendous: ...it better be good and you better finish it today or else.
Von Hamburger: Yes, sir. I'll rush it through right away!
I. M. Stupendous: Goodbye.
Von Hamburger: Goodbye.

Voice cast[edit]

  • Jim Bannon as Newsreel Narrator. (uncredited)
  • Sara Berner as Katharine Hepburn Chick / Fat Lady. (uncredited)
  • Mel Blanc as Daffy Duck / I. M. Stupendous / Rooster Actor / Assistant Directors. (uncredited)
  • Rolfe Sedan as Von Hamburger. (uncredited)
  • Danny Webb as Newsreel Narrator. (uncredited)

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