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The Little Man from the Draft Board is a minor character from the Looney Tunes franchise. He is a US government agent responsible for delivering army conscription orders to civilians.

He served as an unintentional yet persistent foe to Daffy Duck in the 1945 short "Draftee Daffy" where he attempts to hand over Daffy's conscription orders by any means necessary. Since then, he has made minor background cameos in post-Golden Age Looney Tunes media as either a crowd filler or a delivery man.

Appearances

Shorts:

Tiny Toon Adventures episodes:

The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries episodes:

Animaniacs episodes:

Movies:

Notes

  • A character resembling him called "Egghead Jr." appears in Tiny Toon Adventures, although his eyes are more than just pupils and he wears a more size-fitting suit.
  • He is a parody of Richard Q. Peavey, a character from the radio comedy series Fibber McGee and Molly, whose catchphrase was "Well now, I wouldn't say that!"

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