Several of the animators who worked on this anti-war cartoon were veterans of World War One, and had experienced combat similar to that depicted in the film. In a darkly ironic note, they would be working on wartime propaganda cartoons two years later. See more
Good will to men, yes, good will to men.
Baby Squirrel 1
What are men, Grandpa?
Baby Squirrel 2
Yeah, Grandpa, what are men?
Huh? What's that?... Well there ain't no men in the world no more, sonnys... nope, no more men. But as I remember the critters, well they was like monsters. They wore great big iron pots on their heads. They walked on their hind legs, and they carried terrible-looking shootin' irons with knives on the end of them. And their eyes flashed, and they had these tremendous big snoots, like this, that curled down...
Hark! the Herald Angels Sing
Hymn by Charles Wesley
Music by Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy
Sung by studio chorus See more