A lot like other animation fans, I'm a big fan of the 1940's version of Daffy Duck. So in honor of our little black duck, the next cartoon is one from 1945 entitled, "Draftee Daffy".
This may be a Clampett Daffy here, but this cartoon shows a diffrent side of Daffy, as the self-preserving waterfowl he evolved into today. (Chuck Jones, I think, seemed to take that characteristic and really emphasize it.)
It does feature great animation from Manny Gould, Rod Scribner, Bob McKimson, and Basil Davidovich.
Oh, and who could forget that little man from the draft board. Pretty good character. Looks a lot like Elmer Fudd.
"Well, now I wouldn't say THAT!"
So here it is. Enjoy! :)