Hitler, Mussolini, and Hirohito are portrayed as ducks taking over a barnyard.

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Hitler Duck / Hirohito Duck / Dove of Peace / Jerry Colonna Rabbit / South German Duck (voice) (uncredited)
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Hitler, Mussolini, and Hirohito are portrayed as ducks taking over a barnyard.

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A rarity
13 March 2005 | by (Tokyo, Japan) – See all my reviews

If you can find this one, see it. It a classic example of WWII propaganda. Most of what Norm McCabe did (Tokio Jokio, Nutzy Spy) fell into that category. But it was clear they were having a good time making this one. Did anyone notice "Figaro" playing in the background when they showed the Mussolini goose? Or the Japanese duck calling himself crazy? Or when the big fight begins at the end, the voice yelling "Give 'em one for Pearl Harbor?" The "Gestinko Gestapo?" The treaty tearer-upper? Vintage stuff. All we need to do is remind people that this was propaganda at the time and they shouldn't take it seriously anymore. My wife is Japanese and she even laughed. Bring this one back.


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