Andrea/Duck Dodgers here. I friendly welcome every fan of animation at my blog. The goal is to support the love and rediscovery of Classic Theatrical Cartoons from the Golden Age of Animation, keeping meanwhile an eye on Golden Age "Funny Animals" Comics as well as on modern animated productions! Every SUPPRESSED ethnic caricature to be sometimes presented here is just for HISTORICAL and EDUCATIONAL purpose and NOT to offend anyone. Stay Tooned and Enjoy the place !

Friday, March 24, 2006

To my hero John K...Part Two !

Here's other amazing frames from THE GREAT PIGGY BANK ROBBERY. Enjoy them all!

Yours Truly,

Duck Dodgers

Blog Founder and Administrator


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are these the ones where daffy's beak looks like a female body part? I saw a few in the first set

7:20 pm

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nothing like some Rod Scribner to make you feel totally inadequate as a cartoonist! This guy knew how to do it right.

8:21 pm

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Scribner truly understood the possibilities of animation. Loved everything about it, but the everchanging eye-pupil highlights and crumpled hat at the end of the scene were interesting choices, an amazing artist.

1:27 am

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Scribner is the heart and soul of Clampett's cartoons. Those drawings are wacky as hell.

2:10 am

Blogger Sam L. said...


3:25 am

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great posts! Thanks a million!

-Eddie Fitzgerald

6:27 am

Anonymous Anonymous said...

These are great! Out of boredom, I crammed them into a .gif file and squeezed it into my photobucket:

11:57 pm

Blogger Duck Dodgers said...

Terrific1 Thanks, tim!

6:43 am

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Caro "romano",I just discover you Bolg this week,I've look and read all posts since november 2005.Great job!!!!From where you pick this wonderfull frame grabs of the censored 11?most of them I only watch in very poor quality.

Hans Grotz(aka Prof.Dingle-Dong,aka L.Libanio)

12:05 pm

Blogger Duck Dodgers said...

got them copies from an iutalian film prints collector of mine. He owns lot of rarities and he allowed me to post screenshots from them in here.

6:24 am

Blogger JohnK said...

Hi Andrea

do you have Eatin' On The Cuff?

Bucaroo Bugs?

Hare Ribbin?

Scaredy Cat?

7:17 pm

Blogger Duck Dodgers said...

Got them all...but I can post screenshots only from SCAREDY CAT, because I own it in dvd format.

I'll have Eatin' On The Cuff on dvd next week.

Tell me the scenes you would want to see from these two cartoons and I will post them.

8:47 pm

Blogger JohnK said...

>>Tell me the scenes you would want to see from these two cartoons and I will post them.

Eatin' On The Cuff-the scenes with the crazy spider lady-and when she dresses like Veronica Lake and when they fight with their stingers at the end!

Scaredy Cat-just some random images-and some of the takes that Sylvester does-I'm gonna write up a big post about classic cartoon styles and I'll link to you again.


Your pal,


1:05 am

Blogger Duck Dodgers said...

Too bad,
it look as I will not have " Eatin' on the Cuff" soon on dvd.

Sorry John,

I'll post from other classic Clampett cartoons

8:36 pm

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Awesome job again. The frame by frame in the situation are very cleared out!

1:28 am

Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi!thanks for the posts.Do you have the video of the great piggy bank is my favorite please leave me a comment or message on my blog or give a link of the video.i am waiting your answer.

9:45 pm


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