“I have a contract with Warner Bros.,” he informs Porky Pig. And he whips it out. Note the position of the hands (well, if a duck had hands).
Boxoffice magazine reviewed the cartoon in its issue of May 27, 1944:
Amusing. Erratic Daffy Duck completely confuses Porky Pig when it appears that Daffy will decorate Porky’s table as the result of a duck hunt. Pleading for his life, Daffy exhibits his histrionic talents, but Porky is unimpressed. The story idea and the dialog are the high points in this reel, with modern slang bringing forth much laughter.Any cartoon with an erratic Daffy Duck is a funny cartoon. Tedd Pierce was responsible for the story, with Dick Bickenbach getting the animation credit (Manny Perez, Gerry Chiniquy, Virgil Ross, Ken Champin and Jack Bradbury were also animating for Friz Freleng around this time).