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Banned Cartoon: Daffy Duck – Scrap Happy Daffy

Scrap Happy Daffy is a Warner Bros. WWII short featuring Daffy Duck, directed by Frank Tashlin and released in 1943. Daffy is the guard of a scrap yard, doing his part to help America win the war against the Nazis, but the Nazis decide to destroy his scrap pile by sending a billy goat out to eat everything in sight.

Banned Cartoon: Blitz Wolf

Here’s a banned Tex Avery cartoon titled “Blitz Wolf.” It isn’t hard to tell why this one was banned.

Banned Cartoon: Popeye – Seein’ Red, White ‘n’ Blue

Here’s a banned Popeye cartoon from 1943, with an anti-Japaneses message due to the recent Pearl Harbor attack in 1941.

Banned Cartoon: Daffy The Commando

Daffy The Commando is a 1943 Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Friz Freleng. Daffy is a commando, dropped behind enemy lines, and causes havoc to the German commander ‘Von Vulture’ who tries to capture him.

Banned Cartoon: Donald Duck in ‘Der Fuehrer’s Face’

What do you get when you cross Donald Duck and Nazis? A banned cartoon, that’s what!

Banned Cartoon: The Spirit of 43

Nothing like a tax propaganda cartoon. This one’s from Disney and features Donald Duck.

Banned Cartoon: You’re a Sap, Mr. Jap

Here’s a banned Popeye cartoon with some WWII anti-Japanese propaganda.

Banned Cartoon: Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs

Here’s a banned 1943 Cartoon by Bob Clampett featuring a jazzy parody of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.”

Banned Cartoon: Betty Boop in Making Stars

Here’s a banned 1935 Betty Boop cartoon titled “Betty Boop in Making Stars.” I think it will be pretty self explanatory as to why this was banned.

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