A parody of war includes the invasion of Norway by tutu-clad commandos and a plea to the public to treat the war seriously.
Did You Know?
During the "Woody and Tinny Words" sketch, four servants are seen throughout the sketch standing motionless and expressionless behind the rich family. When the father of the family picks up a shotgun and fires at the caribou out on the lawn, the maid standing behind him can be seen accidentally flinching at the sudden bang. See more
Mansfield Vermon-Jones, Father
It's a funny thing, dear, all the naughty words sound woody.
Really dear? How about tit.
Pomp and Circumstance: March No. 1 in D
Composed by Edward Elgar See more