The Bugs Bunny Show Episode 19 is an episode of The Bugs Bunny Show, originally aired on February 14, 1961.
Animation Lesson Drawing Daffy
BUGS (taps his cap): "Ladies and gentlemen, tonight is a sort of an educational night. We thought you might find it informative to see how we go about drawing an animated cartoon character. Now, of all characters, a duck is the easiest to draw because a duck is almost laughably simple and stupid himself. (places cane on a hanger, sits at an animator desk situated on stage, and lifts a paintbrush) First, you draw a dumbbell. (draws a black one) Add some eyes. Eh, little, pink, sneaky ones are best. (does so) Then, a few feathers, some skinny wings, and some silly, flat feet." (Bugs has drawn Daffy minus a beak, and the Daffy figure on the animator canvass frowns and lifts a sign reading, "How about a mouth, Jack?")
BUGS: "Oh, yeah. A mouth or a bill. (adds the desired item to Daffy's profile) Ducks always have bills. A-heh-heh-heh! Delinquent bills, that is. Heh-heh-heh!"
DAFFY (after extending his tongue and licking his newly acquired beak): "All right, you two-bit Rembrandt. You've finally done it. Humiliating me in front of all of my friends. Ducks always have bills. Ho-ho. Very funny."
- Production Number: 1597