A Jewish radio announcer broadcasts the imminent arrival in France of Allied liberators. US planes, flown by Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Popeye, and defended by air gunners Goofy and ... See full summary »

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A Jewish radio announcer broadcasts the imminent arrival in France of Allied liberators. US planes, flown by Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Popeye, and defended by air gunners Goofy and Felix the Cat, drop bombs killing innocent French civilians. Written by David Carless

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The Nazis used this political cartoon as an attempt to portray Americans as evil to the French. See more »

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Featured in L'oeil de Vichy (1993) See more »

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Creepy, but very interesting historically.
14 January 2013 | by (Scotland) – See all my reviews

I rate this tiny little cartoon 2 out of 10 because it was, basically, made by the Nazis as propaganda, using a cartoon studio in occupied France. Here, we see several familiar American cartoon characters, including Goofy, Mickey Mouse and Popeye - presented in an entirely new light, which is not surprising considering who wanted them made.

The animation is of surprisingly good quality, considering this was done in Europe in the midst of its biggest war, World War II just in case the word "Nazi" doesn't immediately make you think of any particular modern historical period. It is disgusting and completely cringe-worthy in its depressing plot, painful execution and dodgy subject matter. Don't watch this for entertainment, seriously. If you do wish to view it, view it with only historical and animation interests in mind.


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