The Spy Swatter

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The Spy Swatter
Looney Tunes (Daffy Duck/Sam Cat/Speedy Gonzales) series
Directed by Rudy Larriva
Produced by William L. Hendricks
Herbert Klynn
Story by Tom Dagenais
Cal Howard
Voices by Mel Blanc
Music by William Lava
Animation by Ed Friedman
Virgil Ross
Bob Bransford
Layouts by Don Sheppard
Backgrounds by Walt Peregoy
Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures
The Vitaphone Corporation
Release date(s) 1967 (USA)
Color process Technicolor
Running time 6 minutes
Language English

The Spy Swatter is a 1967 animated short featuring Daffy Duck, Sam Cat and Speedy Gonzales.


A secret strength formula for mice has been developed, and Speedy is tasked with getting it to the Mouse Factory. Unfortunately, Daffy has been sent by a rival agency to stop him. Daffy uses a variety of inventions to cut the mouse off or nab him, all of which backfire on him, or Speedy outwits him. The final plan, a mouse-seeking missile, is changed by Speedy to a duck-seeking missile; Daffy frantically returns to his base and it blows up there. Speedy pops in the door and says to Daffy, "I want to tell you a little secret. Us good guys always win!"


  • Voice Characterizations: Mel Blanc
  • Director: Rudy Larriva
  • Story: Tom Dagenais, Cal Howard
  • Layout: Don Sheppard
  • Background: Walt Peregoy
  • Animation: Ed Friedman, Virgil Ross, Bob Bransford
  • Film Editor: Joe Siracusa
  • Music: William Lava
  • Produced by: William L. Hendricks & Herbert Klynn

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