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Video Release of the Cartoon (Video Studio, Video's Year of Release)

Director Key

AD - Arthur Davis / GF - Greg Ford / FF - Friz Freleng
CJ - Chuck Jones / RL - Rudy Larriva / TL - Terry Lennon
AL - Alex Lovy / RM - Robert McKimson
Directors not listed above are those who had directed less than three Daffy cartoons and will be credited in their respective shorts' synopses

Video titles in red are out of print. Titles in black or presented as entire ordering links are still in print. Links will go to the releases' respective product pages on Amazon. Since most out-of-print titles are offered either new or used by Amazon's individual sellers, order links are provided for most (just click on the video's release information). We also recommend eBay for your out-of-print needs. When you shop online for older videos, do take caution and know exactly what you are buying, as many sellers usually aren't sure what they're selling!

All releases listed here are in the NTSC color format, the North American standard. All titles are VHS unless noted.

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Person to Bunny - The Abominable Snow Rabbit - Daffy's Inn Trouble - Quackodile Tears - Good Noose
Fast Buck Duck - The Million Hare - Aqua Duck - The Iceman Ducketh - It's Nice to Have a Mouse Around the House
Moby Duck - Assault and Peppered - Well Worn Daffy - Suppressed Duck - Corn on the Cop
Tease for Two - Chili Corn Corny - Go Go Amigo - The Astroduck - Muchos Locos
Mexican Mouse-Piece - Daffy Rents - A-Haunting We Will Go - Snow Excuse - A Squeak in the Deep
Feather Finger - Swing Ding Amigo - A Taste of Catnip - Daffy's Diner - The Quacker Tracker
The Music Mice-Tro - The Spy Swatter - Speedy Ghost to Town - Rodent to Stardom - Go Away Stowaway
Fiesta Fiasco - Skyscraper Caper - See Ya Later, Gladiator - The Yolk's on You - The Chocolate Chase
Daffy Flies North - Duck Dodgers and the Return of the 24 1/2th Century - The Duxorcist - Night of the Living Duck - Box Office Bunny
Blooper Bunny - The William Tell Overture - Invasion of the Bunny Snatchers - Carrotblanca - Superior Duck
Duck Dodgers in Attack of the Drones - Daffy Duck for President - Daffy's Rhapsody


Person to Bunny (1960)FF

Edward R. Burrows interviews Bugs from his rabbit hole, but Daffy and Elmer interrupt. The duck particularly wants to be the star of the show. Arthur Q. Bryan's final appearance as Elmer Fudd.

A Night at the Movies 1960: Ocean's 11 (WHV, 1982)
Stars of Space Jam: Daffy Duck (WHV, 1996)
Stars of Space Jam boxed set (WHV, 1996)
Stars of Space Jam (WHV Japan Laserdisc, 1997)

The Abominable Snow-Rabbit (1961)CJ

Bugs and Daffy are burrowing to Palm Springs, but they end up in the Himalayas, where they meet a huge abominable snowman (Hugo), who is looking for a cute little rabbit to love.

Looney Tunes After Dark (WHV Laserdisc, 1993)
Bugs & Friends (WHV Japan Laserdisc, 1998)
Bugs Bunny: Big Top Bunny (WHV, 1999)

Looney Tunes Golden Collection Volume Five (WHV DVD, 2007)
Looney Tunes Spotlight Collection 5 (WHV DVD, 2007)
Looney Tunes Spotlight Collection Double Feature Vol. 2 (WHV DVD, 2014)

Daffy's Inn Trouble (1961)RM

Porky's desert inn janitor Daffy is fed up with his job, so he decides to open up his own inn across the street. When Porky still gets more business, Daffy tries to get rid of the competition.

Bugs & Friends (WHV Japan Laserdisc, 1998)

Quackodile Tears (1962)AD

Henpecked Daffy is ordered by his wife to sit on their egg, but it gets mixed up in a nest of crocodile eggs. When the father croc thinks Daffy is an egg thief, the two chase after each other for the egg. Art Davis's final directorial work for Warner Bros.

Looney Tunes Video Show #2 (WHV, 1982)

Good Noose (1962)RM

When Daffy is discovered stowing away on a ship, he talks the Charles Laughton-like captain to spare him from hanging by promising him magic tricks.

Fast Buck Duck (1963)RM

Daffy learns that a millionaire is looking to hire a boon companion, but the millionaire's bulldog Percy refuses to let Daffy on their property.

The Million Hare (1963)RM

Daffy is in Bugs's rabbit hole watching the game show Beat Your Buddy, where they announce that Bugs and Daffy must race to the television studio for a prize of one million bucks. Bugs makes two interesting comments about Daffy's anatomy.

Bugs & Friends (WHV Japan Laserdisc, 1998)
Looney Tunes the Collector's Edition: Cartoon Superstars (WHV/Columbia House, 2001)

Aqua Duck (1963)RM

Wandering and thirsty in the desert, Daffy comes across a large hunk of gold, but a local packrat continues to offer Daffy water for the rock.

The Iceman Ducketh (1964)

Impressed by the prices pelts are getting at a fur trader, Daffy goes rabbit hunting. Bugs isn't his only problem, as Daffy also faces a sudden winter and a few disturbed grizzly bears. The only Daffy cartoon directed by Chuck Jones animator Phil Monroe.

Bugs & Friends (WHV Japan Laserdisc, 1998)

It's Nice to Have a Mouse Around the House (1965)FF

When Sylvester has a nervous breakdown from chasing Speedy Gonzales, Granny hires exterminator Daffy to come in to trap the mouse. The first of the illogical pairings of Daffy and Speedy.

Looney Tunes Mouse Chronicles: Chuck Jones Collection (WHV DVD, 2012)
Looney Tunes Mouse Chronicles: Chuck Jones Collection (WHV Blu-ray, 2012)

Moby Duck (1965)RM

Daffy and Speedy are starving and stranded on a desert island when a box of food washes up on shore. Daffy quickly takes possession of the box, only to find out that the food is all in cans...and guess who has a can opener? The only "modern era" Warner Bros. cartoon edited by Treg Brown.

Assault and Peppered (1965)RM

When evil landowner Daffy starts whipping the peasant mice on his property, Speedy arrives to challenge the duck to a cannonball duel.

Bugs & Friends (WHV Japan Laserdisc, 1998)

Well Worn Daffy (1965)RM

Speedy and his friends are wandering in the Sahara Desert dying of thirst. They come upon a well, but Daffy and his camel claim it as their own and try to keep the mice from it.

Suppressed Duck (1965)RM

Daffy goes to a park to hunt for bears, but the park ranger has set up a boundary line to protect them. So Daffy has to either sneak over the line and get in trouble with the ranger, or lure the bears over to him. The first of three non-Speedy "modern era" Daffy cartoons.

Bugs & Friends (WHV Japan Laserdisc, 1998)

Corn on the Cop (1965)

On Halloween, a supermarket burglar dresses up in an old lady's outfit, just as Granny is leaving the store with candy for trick-or-treaters. Sgt. Daffy O'Duck and his partner Porky confuse Granny with the robber and go after her instead. The only Warner Bros. cartoon directed by Irv Spector. Porky's first of only two appearances in a "modern era" cartoon.

Porky & Friends: Hilarious Ham (WHV DVD, 2012)

Tease for Two (1965)RM

Daffy is following a map promising gold, and it leads him to the Goofy Gophers' hole. The Gophers won't leave, so Daffy vows to "evict" them. The Gophers' last appearance and their only appearance in a '60s theatrical cartoon. Daffy's final non-Speedy cartoon until 1980.

Chili Corn Corny (1965)RM

Speedy helps his crow friend steal some corn from Daffy's cornfield, so the duck tries to get rid of the two.

Go Go Amigo (1965)RM

Speedy and his pals are having a party in the wall of Daffy's electronics store, complete with dancing and music supplied by Daffy's stereos. The duck's not crazy about the freeloaders using his merchandise and attempts to stop the party one way or another.

The Astroduck (1966)RM

Daffy buys a fixer-upper of a house, but Speedy is already living inside. Since Speedy won't leave, Daffy decides to force him out.

Looney Tunes Video Show #4 (WHV Canada, 1982)

Muchos Locos (1966)RM

Speedy uses a television to teach his little friend all about stupid ducks (Daffy) and smart mice (Speedy). Clips from past cartoons "Robin Hood Daffy," "Deduce, You Say," "China Jones," and others are reanimated with odd results. Porky's final appearance in a cartoon until 1979.

Mexican Mouse-Piece (1966)RM

In order to get rid of mice, Daffy plans to trick them into a crate and send them as a care package to starving cats. Speedy comes to the rescue.

Daffy Rents (1966)RM

When all of the cats of Mexico are in the hospital after chasing Speedy, Daffy's machine-rental company is hired. He sics a robot named Herman after the mouse.

A-Haunting We Will Go (1966)RM

Daffy's nephew is trick-or-treating and gets scared away by Witch Hazel. Daffy decides to visit the witch to show his nephew that she really is a nice lady, while Hazel has recruited Speedy to take her place while she goes on vacation. Witch Hazel's only appearance in a "modern era" cartoon. Uses a disturbing amount of animation from Chuck Jones's Broomstick Bunny (such as that of Bugs in his witch costume), with a bit of "Duck Amuck" thrown in as well.

4 Classic Cartoons (WHV DVD, 2005)
Looney Tunes Golden Collection Volume Four (WHV DVD, 2006)
Looney Tunes Platinum Collection Volume One (WHV Blu-ray, 2011)
Looney Tunes Platinum Collection Volume One: Ultimate Collector's Edition (WHV Blu-ray, 2011)
Looney Tunes Platinum Collection Volume One (WHV DVD, 2012)

Snow Excuse (1966)RM

During a snowstorm, Speedy is freezing and asks neighbor Daffy for a fireplace log. Daffy shoos him away and lives to regret it.

4 Classic Cartoons (WHV DVD, 2005)

A Squeak in the Deep (1966)RM

Daffy and Speedy are competing in a boat race, and Daffy sabotages Speedy's craft. Speedy harasses the duck until he agrees to become partners.

Feather Finger (1966)RM

Beggar Daffy learns that a gunslinger is wanted for a bounty hunt, so he shows up as cowboy Feather Finger. Daffy is sent to go after Speedy.

Swing Ding Amigo (1966)RM

Daffy is trying to get some sleep, but nearby is a mouse nightclub with Speedy and his pals playing music.

A Taste of Catnip (1966)RM

Daffy visits a shrink because he thinks he's becoming a cat, hence his strange appetite for neighbor Speedy. Sylvester makes a cameo appearance, making this his last cartoon until 1979.

Daffy's Diner (1967)RM

When a brutish cat discovers that the mouseburger he bought from Daffy's lunchstand has a rubber mouse in it, he threatens Daffy to find a real one, just as Speedy comes by. The final Warner Bros. cartoon produced by Depatie-Freleng. Robert McKimson's final theatrical Daffy cartoon.

The Quacker Tracker (1967)RL

In order to obtain a membership in a hunting club, janitor Daffy must go after the club's most elusive target, Speedy. The first of three cartoons farmed out to Format Films while Warner Bros. was setting up a new animation studio of its own.

Looney Tunes Video Show #3 (WHV, 1982)

The Music Mice-Tro (1967)RL

Vacationing movie star Daffy is looking for some peace and quiet, but Speedy and his pals think he's the ticket to their band's big break.

The Spy Swatter (1967)RL

Speedy is in charge of guarding the formula for strength-enhancing cheese, and secret agent Daffy is sent to steal it from him. Sylvester's occasional feline nemesis Sam appears as Daffy's boss.

Speedy Ghost to Town (1967)AL

Speedy and his friend arrive in a ghost town to get Speedy's secret stash, with Daffy close behind thinking the mice are hiding gold. The first Warner Bros. cartoon produced by Bill Hendricks, and the first directed by Alex Lovy.

Rodent to Stardom (1967)AL

In this remake of "A Star is Bored," Daffy is hired to appear in the movie Nursery Rhyme Revue, albeit only as Speedy's stunt double.

Go Away Stowaway (1967)AL

Desperate to get away from singing Speedy, Daffy goes on a cruise. But Speedy has snuck into Daffy's suitcase.

Fiesta Fiasco (1967)AL

Daffy hears that the mice are planning a party, and that they don't want him to know about it. So Daffy creates a raincloud to spoil the festivities.

Skyscraper Caper (1968)AL

While sleepwalking, Daffy wanders onto a construction site, with Speedy after him hoping to wake him up.

See Ya Later, Gladiator (1968)AL

Daffy is a scientist's assistant who is annoyed by Speedy's band, so Daffy tricks Speedy into entering the scientist's time machine. Daffy accidentally sends both he and Speedy to the time of Nero, who decides to throw them to the lions. The last theatrical Speedy cartoon.

The Yolk's on You (1980)FF

Miss Prissy accidentally lays a golden egg and gets rid of it in fear of being fired by Foghorn Leghorn. The egg winds up in the possession of hobos Daffy and Sylvester, who each try to get rid of the other. The first of three cartoons produced for the TV special Daffy Duck's Easter Eggcitement.

NOTE: This short did not originally feature a title sequence in its source TV special, but one was later added when the short was distributed to television on its own (one that mistakenly doesn't credit Freleng as director but rather members of Freleng's crew as "sequence directors"). The videos listed below include the cartoon as it was originally seen, without a title.

Daffy Duck's Easter Egg-citement (WHV, 1992)
Looney Tunes Golden Collection Volume Six (WHV DVD, 2008)
The Essential Daffy Duck (WHV DVD, 2011)

The Chocolate Chase (1980)FF

In the second cartoon produced for the TV special Daffy Duck's Easter Eggcitement, Speedy is asked to help a town get its chocolate bunnies from the chocolate factory, but he must get past guard Daffy.

NOTE: This short did not originally feature a title sequence in its source TV special, but one was later added when the short was distributed to television on its own (one that mistakenly doesn't credit Freleng as director but rather members of Freleng's crew as "sequence directors"). The videos listed below include the cartoon as it was originally seen, without a title.

Daffy Duck's Easter Egg-citement (WHV, 1992)
4 Classic Cartoons (WHV DVD, 2005)
Looney Tunes Golden Collection Volume Six (WHV DVD, 2008)
The Essential Daffy Duck (WHV DVD, 2011)

Daffy Flies North (1980)FF

In the final cartoon produced for the TV special Daffy Duck's Easter Eggcitement, Daffy once again seeks an alternative to flying south for the winter. He spends much of the cartoon attempting to capture a horse.

NOTE: This short did not originally feature a title sequence in its source TV special, but one was later added when the short was distributed to television on its own (one that mistakenly doesn't credit Freleng as director but rather members of Freleng's crew as "sequence directors"). The videos listed below include the cartoon as it was originally seen, without a title.

Daffy Duck's Easter Egg-citement (WHV, 1992)
Looney Tunes Golden Collection Volume Six (WHV DVD, 2008)
The Essential Daffy Duck (WHV DVD, 2011)

Duck Dodgers and the Return of the 24 1/2th Century (1980)CJ

Duck Dodgers and his Eager Young Space Cadet are sent to the egg-like Rack and Pinion Meteor to retrieve the molecule for yo-yo polish. They are distracted when they see Marvin the Martian there about to solve Earth's fuel problem...by blowing up the planet. Dodgers tries to stop him, but he first must get away from Gossamer (the red hairy monster in sneakers)!

NOTE: A significant amount of footage was trimmed to produce the final version of this short. Although the short was featured with all of its deleted scenes in a 1981 TV special, the official "uncut" version of the cartoon itself is in fact the shorter version. For the videos listed below, titles without an asterisk include the shorter, "official" version of the cartoon, while titles with an asterisk include the "director's cut" of the cartoon (but, without the short's title sequence...of course).

*Daffy Duck's Thanks-for-Giving (WHV, 1992)
Bugs & Friends (WHV Japan Laserdisc, 1998)
Marvin the Martian: 50 Years on Earth! (WHV, 1998)
Marvin the Martian: Space Tunes (WHV, 1999)

Daffy Duck's Quackbusters (WHV DVD, 2009)
*The Essential Daffy Duck (WHV DVD, 2011)
Looney Tunes Platinum Collection Volume One (WHV Blu-ray, 2011)
Looney Tunes Platinum Collection Volume One: Ultimate Collector's Edition (WHV Blu-ray, 2011)

The Duxorcist (1987)GF/TL

Daffy, paranormalist at large, receives a phone call from a lady duck claiming that her kitchen has been possessed by demons. When Daffy gets there, he's momentarily distracted by the homeowner before discovering that she's the one in need of an exorcism! The first cartoon produced by the new studio division that would become Warner Bros. Classic Animation, headed up by Kathleen Helppie-Shipley.

Looney Tunes After Dark (WHV Laserdisc, 1993)
Space Jam 2-disc set (WHV DVD, 2003)
The Essential Daffy Duck (WHV DVD, 2011)

Night of the Living Duck (1988)GF/TL

While frantically searching for a comic book, horror fan Daffy is conked on the head and dreams that he's a lounge singer in a monster night club. Mel Torme sings Daffy's big musical number, "Monsters Lead Such Interesting Lives." The final theatrical short featuring the voice of Mel Blanc.

NOTE: When this short was featured before the movie Daffy Duck's Quackbusters, it was shown uncut but was missing the end-credit sequence that appears after the "That's all Folks!" closing tag. For the videos listed below, titles without an asterisk include the entire cartoon complete with its end-credit sequence, while titles with an asterisk include the credit-less version of the short.

*Daffy Duck's Quackbusters (WHV, 1989)
*Daffy Duck's Quackbusters (WHV Laserdisc, 1989)
Looney Tunes After Dark (WHV Laserdisc, 1993)
Space Jam 2-disc set (WHV DVD, 2003)
*Daffy Duck's Quackbusters (WHV DVD, 2009)
The Essential Daffy Duck (WHV DVD, 2011)

Box Office Bunny (1990)

A multiplex is built over Bugs's rabbit hole. When Bugs climbs up to check it out, usher Elmer Fudd thinks he snuck in. Meanwhile another patron, Daffy, really does sneak in and gets caught in the middle. Directed by Darrell Van Citters. Jeff Bergman begins voicing Bugs, Elmer, and Daffy.

The NeverEnding Story II: The Next Chapter (WHV, 1991)
The NeverEnding Story II: The Next Chapter (WHV Laserdisc, 1991)
Winner By a Hare (WHV Laserdisc, 1993)
Carrotblanca: Looney Tunes Go to the Movies (WHV, 1996)
Looney Tunes the Collector's Edition: Wabbit Tales (WHV/Columbia House, 2001)

The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie (WHV DVD, 2009)

Blooper Bunny (1991)GF/TL

A behind-the-scenes look at the commemorative short "Bugs Bunny's 51rst 1/2 Anniversary Special" starring Bugs, Daffy, Elmer, and Yosemite Sam, outtakes and all. Remained unreleased until 1997's June Bugs marathon on Cartoon Network.

Looney Tunes: The Golden Collection (WHV DVD, 2003)

The William Tell Overture (1991)

In this quick, mostly dialogue-free short, Daffy and Porky perform a trumpet rendition of the classic William Tell Overture on stage, but Porky's immense musical skill enrages Daffy. The first cartoon directed by modern Warner Bros. character designer Daniel Haskett. Originally released edited into the TV special Bugs Bunny's Overtures to Disaster.

Looney Tunes Golden Collection Volume Four (WHV DVD, 2006)

Invasion of the Bunny Snatchers (1992)GF/TL

Strange alien carrot pods have created limited-animation duplicates of Elmer, Yosemite Sam, and Daffy, and it's up to Bugs to set things right. Features animation parodies of Clutch Cargo and Terry Gilliam, among others. Porky Pig makes a cameo appearance.

The Essential Bugs Bunny (WHV DVD, 2010)

Carrotblanca (1995)

In this parody of Casablanca, Bugs is a juice-joint owner who meets up with a long-lost love, Kitty (Penelope, in her first speaking role). Meanwhile, Kitty's husband (Sylvester) has been taken prisoner by the evil German police captain (Yosemite Sam). Daffy is in the movie's Sam role playing the song "Knock On Wood" (during which he hits himself over the head). Directed by Douglas McCarthy. Joe Alaskey begins voicing Daffy. Features the most appearances of Warner Bros. characters than any other short.

Carrotblanca: Looney Tunes Go to the Movies (WHV, 1996)
Casablanca: Two-Disc Special Edition (WHV DVD, 2003)
The Bogart Collection boxed set (WHV DVD, 2003)
Best Picture Oscar Collection set (WHV DVD, 2005)
Best Picture Oscar Collection: Drama boxed set (WHV DVD, 2005)
Humphrey Bogart: The Signature Collection Volume I boxed set (WHV DVD, 2006)
Casablanca (WHV HD DVD, 2006)

Casablanca: Ultimate Collector's Edition (WHV DVD, 2008)
Casablanca: Ultimate Collector's Edition (WHV Blu-ray, 2008)
Casablanca (WHV Blu-ray, 2009)
The Essential Bugs Bunny (WHV DVD, 2010)
The Best of Bogart Collection boxed set (WHV Blu-ray, 2014)

Superior Duck (1996)CJ

Daffy is the superheroic Superior Duck who is about to go on a mission, but he just can't get through the comic-like narration that describes him. Foghorn Leghorn, Tweety, Road Runner, Wile E. Coyote, Porky Pig, Marvin the Martian, Taz, and even Superman all make cameo appearances. Master impressionist and '60s Batman regular Frank Gorshin voices Daffy, while Thurl Ravenscroft (Tony the Tiger and Grinch singer) narrates. Chuck Jones's final animated Daffy work.

Superior Duck (WHV, 1998)
Daffy Duck's Quackbusters (WHV DVD, 2009)
The Essential Daffy Duck (WHV DVD, 2011)
Looney Tunes Platinum Collection Volume One (WHV Blu-ray, 2011)
Looney Tunes Platinum Collection Volume One: Ultimate Collector's Edition (WHV Blu-ray, 2011)

Duck Dodgers in Attack of the Drones (2004)

Chomping alien balls of doom are making their way toward Earth, so Duck Dodgers photocopies himself into a whole army of robot clones. All goes well until he decides to turn them loose onto society. Directed by Rich Moore and produced by Larry Doyle. Jeff Bennett voices Daffy. Features Daffy recreating the famous mirror routine from Duck Soup, perhaps the only time the duck has emulated one of the Marx Brothers. Also features the first ever reference to Star Wars in a theatrical Warner Bros. short. Remained unreleased in the United States until 2011.

The Essential Daffy Duck (WHV DVD, 2011)
Looney Tunes: Back in Action (WHV Blu-ray, 2014)

Daffy Duck for President (2004)

Daffy runs for public office in various roles, hoping to pass legislation to outlaw rabbits (namely one). However, no matter where he ends up, he discovers that getting laws passed on your own isn't that easy. Directed by Spike Brandt and Tony Cervone and based on the book by Chuck Jones. Originally planned for production and release around the 2000 election.

Looney Tunes Golden Collection Volume Two (WHV DVD, 2004)
The Essential Daffy Duck (WHV DVD, 2011)

Daffy's Rhapsody (2012)

Stage star Daffy performs the one-man musical Requiem for a Hunt, only to find Elmer Fudd in the audience ready to make the show an interactive experience. Directed by Matthew O'Callaghan. The first CGI theatrical Daffy short, utilizing Mel Blanc's classic Capitol Records recording of "Daffy Duck's Rhapsody."

Mel Blanc: Daffy Duck
Billy West: Elmer Fudd


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