Warner Brothers cartoon star in Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series. First appeared in Porkys Duck Hunt In 1937. Voiced by Mel Blanc from 1937 to 1989. Although first appeared solo as a screwy duck, Daffy would have his own personallty-mainly his insane greed { "its mine, mine all mine....I may be a coward, but I'm a Greedy Little Coward" {Ducking the Devil} and "I can't help it-I'm a greedy slob" {Beanstalk Bunny}. A running gag is besides his greed, Daffy usually gets the worst of it whenever paired against Bugs Bunny such as in Duck Amuck; Show Biz Bugs; Rabbit Fire; Rabbit Seasoning and Duck! Rabbit, Duck!; Million_Hare Daffy also gets the worst of it whenever he is paired against Marvin the Martian and Pesto.

During World War II Daffy was "drafted" and appears as a mascot for the 600th Bomb Squadron US Army Air Forces

Daffy does have a gift for parody-he has appeared as:

Western Cowboy Hero a parody of the Lone Ranger and Hopalong Cassidy

Duck Twacy a parody of Dick Tracy

Sgt Joe Munday a pardoy of Sgt Joe Friday of Dragnet

Stupor Duck a parody of Superman

Duck Dogers a parody of Buck_Rogers

Robin Hood Daffy a parody of Robin Hood

The_Scarlet_Pumpernickel a parody of The_Scarlet_Pimpernel

In 1988 Daffy stared opposite rival Walt Disney cartoon star Donald Duck who duel each other with pianos in the movie Who_Framed_Roger_Rabbit and also starred in Daffy_Duck%27s_Quackbusters which included a short cartoon The_Night_of_the_Living_Duck"-the last time Mel Blanc voiced cartoons.

In Tiny Toon Adventures Daffy was part of the Loon University staff and was the hero of Plucky Duck

As of May 6, 2011, Daffy appears in The Looney Tunes Show.

Animaniacs Appearances

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