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Sometimes he's zany. Sometimes he's selfish. Sometimes he's insecure. Sometimes he's overconfident. But ever since he first appeared in Tex Avery's Porky's Duck Hunt, he has been unquestionably Daffy.

From his debut in 1937 to practically the bitter end of the studio itself, Daffy Duck thrived, surviving numerous changes in management and having worked with almost every Warner Bros. director (a distinction not even Bugs can claim). He was made a hero, a fool, a villain, and an anarchist--at times even all at once. Cartoon characters in general are known to be flexible, but Daffy is truly a most malleable mallard.

(And unlike another studio's famous duck, Daffy can actually carry dialogue!)

Sure enough, with each new reboot and revitalization of the Looney Tunes franchise, that little black duck is front and center, usually being the focus of the premier production. He starred in the first short produced by the reformed Warner Bros. Animation in the 1980s, starred in the first released episode of the modern Looney Tunes Cartoons series, and was even given the chance to save all of humanity in the 2003 feature film Looney Tunes: Back in Action. It could definitely be argued that by following Daffy's filmography one can easily trace the history and evolution of Warner Bros. animation right up to the present day.

On home video Daffy has had a constant presence due to his status a key Looney Tunes star, almost always represented with a dedicated collection with the launch of each new video line. And after many decades and across multiple formats, most of Daffy's essential films have seen a release.

So whether you're a fan of Clampett's Daffy or Jones's, or Daffy's pairings with Porky or Speedy, this guide is here for you to find all your favorite shorts starring that crazy darn fool duck in an easy manner.

As Leonard Maltin so succinctly put it on his very first video, all hail Daffy Duck!

Pick a decade. Its contents will help you along your way!

The 1930sThe 1940sThe 1950sThe 1960s

of Daffy's shorts have been released on DVD by Warner Bros.
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of Daffy's shorts have been released on Blu-ray by Warner Bros.
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of Daffy's shorts have been released on VHS by Warner Bros. and MGM
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