Happy Go Ducky is the 110th one reel animated Tom and Jerry short, created in 1956, directed and produced by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera with music by Scott Bradley, and marks the penultimate appearance of Quacker the duckling. The cartoon's working title was One Quack Mind before the directors finally chose Happy Go Ducky, a pun on the phrase Happy go lucky. The cartoon was animated by Kenneth Muse, Bill Schipek, Ken Southworth, Herman Cohen, Lewis Marshall and James Escalante, with backgrounds by Roberta Greutert and layouts by Richard Bickenbach. Despite having an Easter theme, the cartoon was not originally released at Easter, and there is speculation that the cartoon had been planned for release in Easter 1957, but these plans were shelved. Instead, it was released on January 3,

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  • 『おめでたいアヒル』(原題:Happy Go Ducky, 1958年1月3日)は『トムとジェリー』の作品のひとつ。番組によっては『イースターの朝』と言うサブタイトルで放送。 (ja)
  • Happy Go Ducky is the 110th one reel animated Tom and Jerry short, created in 1956, directed and produced by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera with music by Scott Bradley, and marks the penultimate appearance of Quacker the duckling. The cartoon's working title was One Quack Mind before the directors finally chose Happy Go Ducky, a pun on the phrase Happy go lucky. The cartoon was animated by Kenneth Muse, Bill Schipek, Ken Southworth, Herman Cohen, Lewis Marshall and James Escalante, with backgrounds by Roberta Greutert and layouts by Richard Bickenbach. Despite having an Easter theme, the cartoon was not originally released at Easter, and there is speculation that the cartoon had been planned for release in Easter 1957, but these plans were shelved. Instead, it was released on January 3, 1958 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. (en)
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  • 『おめでたいアヒル』(原題:Happy Go Ducky, 1958年1月3日)は『トムとジェリー』の作品のひとつ。番組によっては『イースターの朝』と言うサブタイトルで放送。 (ja)
  • Happy Go Ducky is the 110th one reel animated Tom and Jerry short, created in 1956, directed and produced by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera with music by Scott Bradley, and marks the penultimate appearance of Quacker the duckling. The cartoon's working title was One Quack Mind before the directors finally chose Happy Go Ducky, a pun on the phrase Happy go lucky. The cartoon was animated by Kenneth Muse, Bill Schipek, Ken Southworth, Herman Cohen, Lewis Marshall and James Escalante, with backgrounds by Roberta Greutert and layouts by Richard Bickenbach. Despite having an Easter theme, the cartoon was not originally released at Easter, and there is speculation that the cartoon had been planned for release in Easter 1957, but these plans were shelved. Instead, it was released on January 3, (en)
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  • Happy Go Ducky (en)
  • おめでたいアヒル (ja)
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