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Daffy the Commando (1943) Cartoon Daffy goes behind enemy lines and gets the better of Colonel Von Vulture and Hitler. Producer: Isadore Freleng Director: Leon Schlesinger Daffy -- The Commando is a 1943 Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Friz Freleng. Daffy Duck is a commando, dropped behind enemy lines, and causes havoc to the German commander, Von Vulture, who tries to capture him. As with many of the World War II-themed cartoons put out by the major studios, Daffy - The Commando was placed under an unofficial ban from broadcast or video distribution by Warner Bros. and other rights-holders such as Turner Broadcasting and AOL Time Warner. It can currently be found on the home video Bugs & Daffy: The Wartime Cartoons and the second disc of the Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 6. SYNOPSIS A German commander, Von Vulture, is fuming and spluttering furiously about how many American commandos have managed to slip into Germany undetected, and he gets a telegram from the "Gestinko Gestapo", threatening him with his ka-rear if he lets vun more kommando through (if you look closely, the apes are caricatures of Hitler, Hirohito, and Mussolini). Hearing an American warplane overhead, he calls in a soldier, Schultz, whom he abuses by knocking him regularly over his helmet with a mallet. Schultz and Von Vulture go outside and use a searchlight to look for Daffy, who is floating down on a parachute, whilst singing in a Cockney accent. After a quick shout of "Put out those lights!" gets the searchlight turned off temporarily and allows him to land unseen, Daffy uses his fingers on the searchlights lens to make shadows of animated puppets and dancing chorus girls on the clouds to distract the Germans. When Von Vulture chases Daffy behind a curtain that says "asbestos", Daffy makes a face similar to the stereotypical Japanese faces used in cartoons at the time (see, for example, Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips), causing Von Vulture to run off
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