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Private Snafu Presents Seaman Tarfu in the Navy (1946)

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Seaman Tarfu / Dispatcher / Dog / Sailors / Lady / Japanese Soldier (voice) (uncredited)
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The title character's name "Seaman Tarfu" comes from the unofficial military acronym "TARFU": Things Are Really [Fouled] Up. See more »

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Follows Snafuperman (1944) See more »

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Finally Private Snafu Cartoon with Tarfu.
2 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This cartoon focuses on Snafu's brother, Tarfu.

It shows the basics of the Navy. The conditions and uniforms of it too.

Contains a few gags here and there. The Narrator does more talking than Tarfu does in this short.

It's just like the other Snafu toons even though Snafu isn't in it.

This is in fact the final Snafu cartoon that's ever been made. No other one has been made for 60 years.

They were original going to release more but they didn't due to the end of WW2.

I recommend this to those who do enjoy Snafu toons.


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