Mark, David, Xeni and Cory have all gone home and they left me the keys to the house! Let's have a cartoon party this weekend! Whattaya say?
Update: Commenter, mneptok points us to a great appetizer to wet your whistle for tomorrow's cartoon show... See it after the jump.
This great cartoon was directed by Jack Kinney, who directed many of the Goofy and Donald Duck cartoons of the 1940s and 50s. It won an Academy Award for Disney in 1942 and ushered in a string of entertainment propaganda and training films for the war effort. The song was covered by Spike Jones and his City Slickers and became a huge hit. "Der Fuhrer's Face" (1942) is available on the Walt Disney Treasures: On The Front Lines DVD collection.
Click on the images below to read more about Disney's WWII cartoons at the ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive...