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The Daffy Doc (1938)

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Looney Tune

Directed by Robert Clampett
Animation: John Carey & Vive Risto 
Musical Direction by Carl W. Stalling

Originally Released in 1938
Redrawn Colorized in 1968
Redrawn Colorized by Color Systems Inc.
Digitally Colorized in 1995

Digitally Colorized by CST Entertainment Inc.
"Public domain"

Plot Summary:
Daffy Duck the surgeon. Enough said.

Practically the greatest Daffy Duck cartoon ever made. The computer colorized version is excellent and has correct color schemes. I reccomend this cartoon in any form for viewing.

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Pictures by Pietro Shakarian

Redrawn version notes:

   - Scenes of Daffy's ghostly images and Daffy chasing Porky with the saw are edited for no reason at all!
   - When Porky walks by the window Daffy is supposed to be hidden. But, instead he freezes in a strange pose.
   - Daffy is colored brown.
   - Interesting color choices.
   - Alot of frames freeze.

Computer colorized version notes:

   - Colorized in 1995. Excellent job. Cartoon Network airs this version.

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