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Toons At War DVD World War II Cartoons


  • Catalog #: 19DT141
  • Theme #1: Animation, Cartoon, Comic
  • Theme #2: DVD Archives

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WARNING: The following DVD contains material that may be offensive to some viewers. STRONG stereotypical racial themes.

1. The Bugs Bunny Bond Rally (1941) - Released only a month after Pearl Harbor, Bond Rally has Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig and Elmer Fudd asking the musical question written by Irving Berlin. "Any Bonds Today?"

2. Rookie Review (1941) - Directed by Friz Freleng. Cartoon gags on military life. Look for charicatures of Tex Avery and Other Warner Bros, legends in the mess hall.

3. You're a Sap Mr. Jap (1942) - Directed by Dan Gordon. While out on Coast Guard duty, Popeye is attacked by a Jap destroyer! Will Popeye survive?

4. Seein' Red, White 'n' Blue (1943) - Directed by Dan Gordon. Bluto must report to the draft board for his induction into the Navy but Bluto doesn't want to join and it's up to Popeye and some Japs disguised as orphans to convince him he should.

5. Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips (1944) - Directed by Friz Freleng. Bugs Bunny adrift somewhere in the Pacific Ocean lands on an island overrun with Jap soldiers. Using some stradgedy, Bugs overcomes some incredible odds.

6. Mel Blanc and Lucille Ball - A rare clip of the man of 1,000 voices doing Sad Sack for our Armed Forces Radio.

7. Victory Through Air Power - An Animated preview of Walt Disney's classic on American air defense.

8. The Thrifty Pig - Who's afraid of the big bad Nazi wolf? Not the pig who built his house out of war savings bond bricks.

9. Seven Wise Dwarfs - Instead of giving diamonds to Snow White, The dwarfs decide to buy...you guessed it...savings bonds.

10. All Together Now - The entire Disney animated family marches through the streets of London pushing savings bonds.

11. The Spitit of'43 - Should Donald Duck spend his money on the Axis or for American taxes?

12. Scrap Happy Daffy (1943) - Directed by Frank Tashlin. Daffy must protect his scrap pile from a tin-eating Nazi goat sent by Hitler.

13. The Ductators (1942) - Directed by Norman McCabe. In a barnyard a bad egg is hatched and out pops an Adolph Hitler duck.

14. The Blitz Wolf (1942) - Directed by Tex Avery. Long suppressed clasic by Tex Avery as Sgt. Pork and his pals take on Adolph Wolf. Der fewer the better.

15. Confusions of a Nutzy Spy (1943) - Directed by Norman McCabe. Constable Porky Pig and his dog are hot on the trail of a Nazi saboteur, Missing Lynx.

16. Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs (1942) - Directed by Bob Clampett.

Considered by many to be the best Warner cartoon ever made, De Sebben Dwarfs are in the army now.

17. Der Fuehrer's Face (1942) - Donald Duck has a nightmare that he lives in Germany slaving under the Nazi regime.

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