“Tom Turk and Daffy”
I just realized I’ve never posted this. Looking back I can see how much it influenced my understanding of comedy, the dancing between deadpan and kinetic. God I love the rhythm of this. It’s like a song.
It’s also important for two reasons tied to the part from about 3:30 to 3:53.
And it subconsciously taught me the comedic power of the “wait for it” slow burn followed by quick emotional punch. Makes me laugh every time.
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- davidkendall said: The Looney Toon/Merrie Melodie catalog is my touchstone of comedy, and it’s a style of comedy that’s lost on too many folks these days.
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