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Plane Daffy (1944)
A WWII classic. All of the Carrier Pigeons have met their dooms after meeting Hatta Mari, a sexy enemy spy. Enter Daffy Duck, woman hater, who goes out to deliver a secret document. After a zany chase around Hatta's house, Daffy is cornered and swallows the paper. He is then straped to an X-Ray and Marri shows the message to Hitler and his henchmen: "Hitler is a Stinker". Hitler: "Hitler is a Shtinker?! That's no military secret!" Henchmen: "Yah everybody knows dat!" After the two shoot themselves, Daffy replies: "They lose more darn Nutzis that way!"
His Bitter Half (1950)
HIS BITTER HALF
Single Daffy Duck reads in the wanted section of the paper that a big, fat grey female duck wants to get married. Daffy is quickly hitched and is also quickly henpecked. After finishing a day full of chores, he meets their son, an annoying duck named Wentworth. After playing "Indian" (and getting scalped), he is forced to take Wentworth to the fair, and gets beat up by a tough guy thanks to his son. Daffy then is force to help Wentworth shoot off fireworks for the Fourth of July, and is blasted. When he is told to bring Wentworth to the zoo, he refuses, even when the wife says, "Are ya gonna take Wentworth to the zoo, or am I going to hafta' pull every feather off your scrawny carcass?!" Daffy packs his bags and leaves, with a featherless behind.
Brother Brat (1944)
Porky Pig babysits a violent brat named Butch for a mother who works at "Blockheed". This was shown recently, removing the baby making a reference to Hitler. I was surprised they didn't cut this: Mother: "You want those Nazis and Japs bombed off the Earth, don'tcha?" This is a Frank Tashlin classic.
Any Bonds Today? (1942)
In this rare 1 1/2 minute cartoon, Bugs Bunny encourages us to buy war bonds to the music of Irving Berlin. After a bit of dancing, Bugs does a blackface ala Al Jolson, and then is joined for the finale by Elmer Fudd(the fat version) and Porky Pig. The short was rushed into production shortly after Pearl Harbor and was released in March of 1942.
Garden Gopher (1950)
Dog Vs. Gopher
Spike the Bulldog tries to bury a bone, but a pesky gopher throws it back at him, starting a hilarious battle of wits. Many prints of this film today are edited. In the original version, Spike pours gun powder around the gopher's hole, but the gopher comes out and pours grease where he's standing. Spike lights the fuse and runs like mad, not realizing that he's not going anywhere and he gets caught in the explosion. After the smoke clears, we see Spike as a black stereotype doing a slow shuffle while the sound track plays "Old Black Joe" or something like that.
Mouse Cleaning (1948)
A Classic Tom & Jerry
Tom Cat is warned by his master: "If I find one dirty spot here in this house, we're going to be minus one cat around here." Jerry Mouse makes a mess to clean up and finally, the mouse fills up the house with coal.
Kitty Foiled (1948)
Cat Vs. Mouse and Canary
Tom tries to catch both Jerry and a canary. Jerry and the bird trick Tom by dressing as an Indian and making him think he got shot. Tom catches Jerry and ties him to toy train tracks, but the canary sends the feline down to the ground with a bowling ball.
A Mouse in the House (1947)
A Hilarious Tom & Jerry Film
Tom and Butch Cat fight over the capture of Jerry Mouse because the one who doesn't catch Jerry gets kicked out. The two cats dress in their master's clothing to disguise themselves and lets the other have it! Confused, Tom and Butch whack their master's rear and all three of them get kicked out.