Drip-Along Daffy

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Drip-Along Daffy is a 1951 Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies theatrical cartoon short, released on November 17, 1951.

Directed by Charles M. Jones. Produced by Eddie Selzer. (uncredited) Story by Michael Maltese.

Porky Pig[edit]

  • [sings] She's the flower of Gower Gulch, a Cowpuncher sweetheart t-t-True and her looks don't amount too much, cuz, one of her eyes is b-b-blue. She's got skin just like prairie dog leather. She cooks nothing but chuckwagon s-s-stew. And her name is Minerva Ulch. She is the flower of Gower Gulch.

Daffy Duck[edit]

  • [Enters saloon and draws both guns; tears off chaps in the process] Let justice be done! Tear up that mortgage! Unhand that farmer's daughter! Cease that... that... Seems awfully breezy in here. Uh, cease that rustling. [notices he is pantless] Slight pause while I adjust my accoutrements.
  • [as the townsfolk carry hero Porky off] Hey, put down that comedy relief! I'm the hero of this picture! Carry ME on your shoulders! Give me the cheers! Give me... Give me... Give me one dozen roses.


Daffy Duck: [as a street-sweeper] I told you I'd clean up this one-horse town.
Porky Pig: [last lines] Lucky for him it IS a one-horse town.

Voice cast[edit]

  • Mel Blanc as Daffy Duck / Porky Pig / Bartender / Scared Ice Cubes.
  • John T. Smith as Nasty Canasta. (uncredited)

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