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Release Date:

26 February 1943 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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George Pal is amazing!
21 October 2016 | by (Culpeper, VA USA) – See all my reviews

The film opens with a view of Austria and then it focuses on a statue of Mr. Strauss. The Screwball Army is overunning everything with their goosestepping screwball infantry, tanks and glass planes. This outrages the spirit of Mr. Strauss, who then brings the statue to life. He pulls out his violin, counts "vun, two, three, vun, two, three," and launches into the Radetzky Marche. The screwballs are unable to resist a good march and get into parade formation. He promptly marches them into bogs, swamps and mud, and down they go. He them returns to his place as a statue and the film ends. Here are some more facts: Puppetoons Theatrical Cartoon Series Stop-motion Animation Paramount Pictures Distributed by: Paramount Pictures Cartoon Characters: Mr. Strauss, Soldiers. Voice Actors: Victor Jory, Rex Ingram. Directed By George Pal. Produced By George Pal. Originally Released on February 26, 1943. Originally Released Theatrically. TechniColor!

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