That's exactly what I was doing on Thursday evening, December 11, 2014 - introducing Daffy Duck.
I've mentioned the "Horror and Sci-Fi Film Appreciation Society", hosted by Keith Crocker, that I attend on Thursday nights. We watch actual film prints or DVD versions of related films, introduced by Keith, and later commented upon by the members. This past week we wrapped up a "dinosaur-centric" series that had featured the following:
"Unknown Island" (1948)
"The Land Unknown" (1957)
And the ultra-classic "King Kong" (1933), which prominently featured dinosaurs.
With the final entry in the series to be "Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster" (1971), I suggested -- and Keith was open to including -- an all-time favorite short cartoon of mine, "Daffy Duck and the Dinosaur" (1939).
So, I brought my DVD copy of "Daffy Duck and the Dinosaur", and introduced the cartoon as follows: