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Blitz Wolf (1942) Poster

(1942)

Crazy Credits

After Adolf Wolf's mechanism blew down the straw house of the first pig, a sign "GONE WITH THE WIND" appears in the debris of straw.
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Foreword: The Wolf in this photoplay is NOT fictitious. Any similarity between this Wolf and that (*!!*...%) jerk Hitler is purely intentional! P.S. The auto tires used in this photoplay are fictitious.
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AND WE AIN'T KIDDIN' BROTHER!
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Closing message: The End of Adolf If You'll Buy a Stamp or Bond-- We'll Skin That Skunk Across the Pond.
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M-G-M's Leo the Lion does four extremely short, quick roars, one for each pig and the wolf, to the tune of "Hold That Tiger." This unique event occurred only twice, in Blitz Wolf (1942) and Chips Off the Old Block (1942). 21 days (3 weeks), separate their release dates. Tex Avery's Blitz Wolf (1942) was first, on Saturday, August 22nd, 1942. Rudolf Ising's Chips Off the Old Block (1942) was second on Saturday, September 12nd, 1942.
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