Rodent To Stardom is a Looney Tunes 1967 animated short starring Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales. It is the first cartoon to credit Warner Bros. Seven Arts, but it still uses the 1963 "Abstract WB" titles.
Daffy is plucked for stardom by director Harvey Hassenpfeffer of Colossal Studios - or so he thinks. However, as he was in A Star is Board, Daffy's real fate is to be the stunt man for the star, in this case Speedy Gonzales. The picture is The Nursery Rhyme Review. First, "the sky is falling"; next, the "rockabye baby" cradle falls from a treetop. Daffy realizes he needs to get rid of Speedy, so he asks for an autograph and traps Speedy in a book, which he deposits in a library. Daffy gets the love scene with Ducky Lamour, but after a number of stunts and just before the kiss, his stand-in, Speedy, takes over.