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A Few Quick Facts: Inflation (1944)

An examination of the economic concept and how it is aggravated by soldiers stationed in local overseas economies.

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Private Snafu (voice) (uncredited)
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An examination of the economic concept and how it is aggravated by soldiers stationed in local overseas economies.

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Warning About Inflation
7 September 2015 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

A Few Quick Facts: Inflation (1944)

** (out of 4)

Decent entry in the Private Snafu series talks about how money might seem small in America but once you get overseas it becomes much more. This film clocks in under two minutes and warns soldiers that going on a spending rampage could end up hurting in the long run when inflation sets in and prices skyrocket. Not only does this film try to protect the soldiers but it also talks about people who have to pay the higher prices, which could lead to other problems. This entry in the series is a lot shorter than previous ones and there's really not much here. The animation and vocal work by Mel Blanc are both very good but there's not too much entertaining in the one-message talk.


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