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1938, during the production of 2 famous films that were released in 1939, Gone With the Wind and The Wizard of Oz, hence all the little people cast as extras and in lead roles.

Spy work involves spying on enemy states constantly. Though the bombing of Pearl Harbor hadn't occurred yet, the countries of the world still had operatives working in secret in other countries -- the USA wouldn't have been any exception. The Japanese and Germans would definitely have had spies working in the United States, likely in anticipation of the USA eventually entering the war.

Essentially, yes. It's mean to parody Dorothy's dream in The Wizard of Oz so Rollo dreamed the whole story when he fell off the canopy while fixing the radio aerial.


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