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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by Caoimhin, Mar 20, 2007.
That was... Interesting....
lol ya there's alot of these with Mickey
Is America the only country that made these things? I'd be curious to see what Americans looked like to Japanese cartoonists of the day. Prolly like Jax's avatar.
Dont forget Walt Disney was a facist who hated Jewish people
That´s a guy from Late Night, isn´t it?
LOL hahaha, wow. I watched those cartoons when I was a kid but I've never seen that one.
They seriously made Donald Duck a Nazi? That's errr.....
Wow... I'm mentioned in a Nazi thread.
there are lots of these cartoons around that Warner Brothers and Disney made. there are quite a few really racist ones out there too. just look around for banned cartoons and you'll find quite a few
I was browsing my VHS tape collections with a bunch of saturday morning cartoons that my mum taped so I can watch them again and again. Some of them are Disney cartoons which still has the whole, "REMEMBER TO HELP THE WAR EFFORT" and has posters that says, "BEAT THE JAP. COLLECT YOUR SCRAP" in the background. It's understandable since there was a war on and I guess when I watched it as a kid, I just knew it was about Goofy and ignored all the message about the war effort. Oh and this was taped 15 years ago.....
funny thing about the cartoon here Der Fuehrer's Face is at the time it won an Oscar for best short cartoon in 1943 when it came out
Whether Walt Disney was a facist or hated Jews or not, has nothing to do with this cartoon. It is saying that Hitler is a sociapathic, self loving, murderer who promised a better life and then took all your rights away.
Wow, I never knew that Disney did serious political stuff. Or trippy, scary stuff (the last 2 mins of that clip was creepy). I wouldn't be surprised by Warner Bros (as Zarcon mentioned) or Tex Avery, but Disney... well maybe it just shows how downhill Disney's animation has gone into the realm of kiddyproofing recently (not saying that anything like this should be made today* cause it shouldn't, just that it's a big jump from this to the kind of films they make now)
[Edit] *Or rather, made today for widespread public release. Internet animators and specialist film communities can get away with it, but screening on TV in prime time is a different matter.
Similar WB cartoon.