In the 1988 mixture of live action and animation Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Disney characters interact with other famous cartoon characters from other studios such Warner Bros. and MGM. One evening at the Ink and Paint Club, Disney's Donald Duck and Warners' Daffy Duck engage in a memorable piano duet. At one point the dialog between the two characters allegedly takes a nasty turn:
Daffy: I've worked with a lot of wise-quackers, but you are dethpsicable!
Donald: God damn stupid [n-word]! I'm gonna WAAAAAAAAGH!!!
Daffy: This is the last time I work with someone with a speech impediment!
So, is this the real McCoy, or just another case of the power of suggestion influencing us to hear ordinary dialogue as something else? (See the pages about the film Aladdin and The Lion King talking toy for similar examples.) At first listen, it's easy to hear what we're told to hear, "god damn stupid [n-word]." The closed captioning on the film claims that Donald calls Daffy a "Goddurn stubborn nitwit," but what Donald is actually saying here is almost certainly the same thing he shouts in nearly every Donald Duck cartoon: some variant of "Why you doggone little
Donald is rarely easy to understand, and people have supposedly heard him say all sorts of risque things. In 1995, a 1937 Mickey Mouse cartoon called "Clock Cleaners" contained in Walt Disney Cartoon Classics series' video "Fun on the Job" made the news because it allegedly included a frustrated Donald Duck shouting "Fuck you!", leading
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