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Dr. Lorre

CBUB Wins: 2
CBUB Losses: 1
Win Percentage: 66.67%

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Official Site: Warner Media

Birth of a Notion is a 1947 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Bob Clampett and Robert McKimson. The cartoon was released on April 12, 1947, and stars Daffy Duck.

Director McKimson uses his "Barnyard Dawg" character design as Leopold, the mad scientist's dog, while the scientist is a caricature, both visually and vocally, of Peter Lorre. The title is a play on The Birth of a Nation, but there is no other connection to that 1915 film.

Birth of a Notion is one of four shorts that had been scheduled for direction by Bob Clampett before he left Warner Bros. Cartoons; the other two were Bacall to Arms. The Big Snooze and The Goofy Gophers, all of which were finished by Arthur Davis. Mel Blanc voiced Daffy Duck, Leopold and Joe Besser Duck, while an uncredited Stan Freberg voiced the mad scientist.

Daffy is not going to fly south for the winter like other ducks. He manages to convince the rather simple-witted dog, Leopold, to let him stay for the winter by pretending to have saved Leopold's life. Unfortunately, Leopold's master is a mad scientist who needs the wishbone of a duck for his experiment.

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Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Loss Bubbles (Powerpuff Girls) 2 to 8
Win Tom Cat 7 to 0
Win Yogi Bear 7 to 2

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