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1. The Ducktators (Original Version 1942 ).

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The Ducktators (Original Version 1942 ).

The Ducktators is a Looney Tunes black and white cartoon that was produced by Leon Schlesinger Productions and was released in 1942 by Warner Bros.. Directed by Norman McCabe, the cartoon satirizes various events of World War II. The title is a pun on dictator. Story[edit] The cartoon takes place on a farm, beginning with a few ducks, geese and chickens being shown. After a brief few moments, two ducks (who are expecting a duckling) go over to their unusually black-colored egg as it starts to hatch. Once the egg has hatched, a duckling with an Adolf Hitler appearance emerges and yells "Sieg Heil!" while giving the Nazi salute. After time passes, the baby Hitler duck grows into adulthood, holding aggressive speeches toward other ducks and geese. One goose, representing Benito Mussolini, agrees with him and gives the Nazi salute. Afterward, a postcard from The Management of the Theatre that says "We wish to apologize to the NICE DUCKS and GEESE who may be in the audience" is shown. The Hitler duck then gathers up a group of soldiers to join him in his own Axis Powers Army, including a Daffy Duck-like character (but talks like Foghorn Leghorn), who claims to be from South Germany (This may be a reference to Rommel as he was also from South Germany and spoke with an accent but is most likely a racist joke since the duck is black and speaks with an African American accent, also the South Germany line can relate to how African Americans were a huge demographic in the Southern United States at time). The Mussolini goose then delivers a speech to the only listener: a little chick who had been forced to stay and applaud. After these happenings, storm troopers are sent marching across the area, while the Dove of Peace (possibly representing Franklin Roosevelt), grieves at what is happening ("Have they forgot? 'Tis love that's right, and naught is gained by show of might."). A group of chickens and the Mussolini goose are then seen at what appears to be a Peace Conference, in which the Hitler duck slaps the Mussolini goose for dim-wittedly taking part in it and puts the newly signed peace treaty through a shredder, whereupon everyone in the Peace Conference area brawl against each other. Another duck with large teeth and round glasses holding the flag of the Empire of Japan, representing Hirohito, is seen swimming across water and placing the flag (with the words "Japanese Mandate Island" written on the back of the flag) on a tiny island that turns out to be a turtle, who emerges from the water and chases the duck, beating him with the "Japanese Mandate Island" sign as he is now on the warpath against Hirohito. The Japanese duck tries to get out of being beaten by flashing a badge that reads, "I Am Chinese," but to no avail. "And I'M mock turtle soup!" shouts the infuriated turtle (a subtitle below the badge states that it was made in Japan, which may explain why the turtle didn't buy the ruse). The three (Hitler Duck, Mussolini Goose and Hirohito duck) are then seen marching across a field while singing a parody of "One, Two, Buckle My Shoe". The Dove then tries to reason with the Axis Powers. However, they ignore him and trample him. His temper reaching breaking point, the Dove yells at the Axis Powers to "STOP!!". The Dove proceeds to combat against the Hirohito duck who is rubbing his hands in a sinister way, Hitler duck and Mussolini goose, as well as their storm troopers. With the help of a group of chickens, the baby chick who had been forced to cheer for the Mussolini goose earlier after being captured (how he was rescued is not explained), a crazy rabbit with a mustache (impersonating Jerry Colonna and possibly representing Joseph Stalin) wielding a large wooden hammer for a weapon and hiding in a barrel which he also uses for transportation and a human man carrying a sniper rifle that emerges from a poster that says "For Victory, Buy United States Victory Bonds" and fires at the fleeing axis powers, the Dove overthrows the Axis Powers and saves the day! Years later, the Dove, now a brave war hero, gets married (although his wife is not seen or mentioned) and has two children (one named "Peace", the other named "Quiet"). The Dove explains to his children that even though he hates war, he chose to be brave and stand up against the Axis Powers. The Dove then points out to his children that his enemies (the Hitler and Hirohito ducks and Mussolini goose) have been killed and are now moose-head trophies above his fireplace in beaten up appearances. The final message of the cartoon states to the U.S. audience that if they wish to defeat the Axis Powers and bring peace to the world once again, all they have to do to ensure the country's victory is to buy United States Savings Bonds and Stamps. *From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Ducktators


2. The Ducktators (1942)

  • Duration: 467
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The Ducktators (1942)

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3. The Ducktators 1942 Banned WW2 Cartoon Looney Tunes Animated Propaganda Short Film 2

  • Duration: 465
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The Ducktators   1942   Banned WW2 Cartoon   Looney Tunes   Animated Propaganda Short Film 2

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4. The Ducktators | 1942 | Banned WW2 Cartoon | Looney Tunes | Animated Propaganda Short Film

  • Duration: 465
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The Ducktators | 1942 | Banned WW2 Cartoon | Looney Tunes | Animated Propaganda Short Film

The Ducktators | 1942 | Banned WW2 Cartoon | Looney Tunes | Animated Propaganda Short Film


5. The Ducktators (1942)

  • Duration: 467
  • Channel: shortfilms
The Ducktators (1942)

http://filmow.com/the-ducktators-t106034 Um pato diferente nasce,mas ao inves de patinho feio ele sera um ditador, O curta "The Ducktators" (1942), da Warner Bros. conta a história da Alemanha Nazista usando patos para representar Hitler, Mussolini e os japoneses. o desenho se vale de estereótipos um tanto controversos. "Mussolini"é gordo, meio bobo e fala um inglês macarrônico. Não sobrou nem para os próprios americanos: um pato com sotaque do sul dos EUA aparece nas fileiras do Hitler bicudo. The Ducktators The Ducktators


6. The Ducktators - 1942 Banned WW2 Cartoon

  • Duration: 465
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The Ducktators - 1942 Banned WW2 Cartoon

A classic that makes fun of Fascism, Hitler and Mussolini and of course the Japense Also, as usual, violence solves everything :D


7. The Ducktators (1942)

  • Duration: 467
  • Channel: shortfilms
The Ducktators (1942)

http://filmow.com/the-ducktators-t106034 Um pato diferente nasce,mas ao inves de patinho feio ele sera um ditador, O curta "The Ducktators" (1942), da Warner Bros. conta a história da Alemanha Nazista usando patos para representar Hitler, Mussolini e os japoneses. o desenho se vale de estereótipos um tanto controversos. "Mussolini"é gordo, meio bobo e fala um inglês macarrônico. Não sobrou nem para os próprios americanos: um pato com sotaque do sul dos EUA aparece nas fileiras do Hitler bicudo. The Ducktators The Ducktators


8. The Ducktators 1942 Banned WW2 Cartoon Looney Tunes Animated Propaganda Short Film

  • Duration: 465
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The Ducktators   1942   Banned WW2 Cartoon   Looney Tunes   Animated Propaganda Short Film

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9. Daffy Duck The Ducktators (1942) Banned Cartoons

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Daffy Duck The Ducktators (1942) Banned Cartoons

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11. The Ducktators 1942 Banned WW2 Cartoon Looney Tunes Animated Propaganda Short Film

  • Duration: 465
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The Ducktators   1942   Banned WW2 Cartoon   Looney Tunes   Animated Propaganda Short Film

The Ducktators 1942 Banned WW2 Cartoon Looney Tunes Animated Propaganda Short Film


12. The Ducktators | 1942 | Banned WW2 Cartoon | Looney Tunes | Animated Propaganda Short Film

  • Duration: 465
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The Ducktators | 1942 | Banned WW2 Cartoon | Looney Tunes | Animated Propaganda Short Film

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13. 1942 The Ducktators - Warner Bros Propaganda Cartoon

  • Duration: 463
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1942 The Ducktators - Warner Bros Propaganda Cartoon

1942 The Ducktators - Warner Bros Propaganda Cartoon


14. Daffy Duck The Ducktators (1942) Banned Cartoons [Full Episode]

  • Duration: 364
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Daffy Duck The Ducktators (1942) Banned Cartoons [Full Episode]

Daffy Duck The Ducktators (1942) Banned Cartoons [Full Episode]


15. The Sheepish Wolf (Original Version 1942).

  • Duration: 448
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The Sheepish Wolf (Original Version 1942).

The Sheepish Wolf is a 1942 Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Friz Freleng. PLOT SYNOPSIS A flock of sheep is being watched by a dopey sheepdog. A pompous wolf has his eye on the flock too. His first scheme is to disguise himself as a sheep. He is thwarted by the sheepdog, who thinking the wolf is a sheep, sends him into the flock. A black sheep with a "Rochester" voice warns the sheepdog, who tries to discern the wolf. To lure out the wolf, he uses a wolf mating call horn, which has the wolf romancing the sheepdog, until he realises what he is doing. The wolf flees to a cottage and disguises himself as Red Riding Hood's grandma. The sheepdog sees this, and disguises himself as Red Riding Hood. The sheepdog is distracted by the wolf's flattery, and the wolf sneaks away. After a scuffle and a chase through a hayfield, in which the sheepdog gets taken into a haybaling machine, the sheepdog catches the wolf and proudly boasts "Look, fellas, the wolf is sheep's clothing! I caught'em, look! I caught'em!" to the rest of the flock, who remove their disguises to reveal themselves to all be wolves as well ("Well how do you like that?"). CENSORCHIP The version of this cartoon airing on Cartoon Network and its sister channel Boomerang in the United States is missing the part where the black sheep with a Rochester voice warning the sheepdog about a wolf in sheep's clothing. LEGACY This cartoon inspired animation director Chuck Jones to create Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog in 1953. AVAILABILITY This cartoon lapsed into the public domain in 1971 due to United Artists, owner of the pre-1948 Looney Tunes cartoon library at the time (a.a.p.'s successor), failed to renew its copyright in time. As the result, it is widely available on numerous unauthorized public domain tapes and DVDs, and even internet streamings. The cartoon was released on Disc 3 of The Golden Age of Looney Tunes Volume 4 laserdisc release in 1994. As of 2014, this short in not available on authorized DVDs. PUBLIC DOMAIN GOOFS The low pitch cartoon public domain version has a random THE END from another unrelated cartoon replacing the closing rings. Also in that same print a frozen shot of the Blue Ribbon title card of the cartoon replaces the opening rings. Directed By: I. Freleng Produced By: Leon Schlesinger Released: October 17, 1942 Series: Merrie Melodies Story: Melvin Millar Animation: Ken Champin Film Editor: Treg Brown Voiced By: Mel Blanc Music: Carl W. Stalling Starring: Sheepdog,Wolf,Black Sheep,Wolves. Preceded By: The Hep Cat Succeeded By: The Daffy Duckaroo *From Looney Tunes Wiki. http://looneytunes.wikia.com/wiki/The_Sheepish_Wolf


16. Superman - The Bulleteers (Original Version 1942).

  • Duration: 481
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Superman - The Bulleteers  (Original Version 1942).

The Bulleteers is the fifth of the seventeen animated Technicolor short films based upon the DC Comics character of Superman, originally created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. This animated short was created by the Fleischer Studios. The story runs about nine minutes and covers Superman's adventures as he defends the city against a villainous gang called "The Bulleteers", who are equipped with a bullet-shaped rocket. It was originally released 26 March 1942. PLOT SYNOPSIS The story begins as the clock strikes midnight. A strange, bullet-shaped rocket-car blows right through the police department, leaving an explosion in its wake. The paper the next day reports the destruction of the building and bafflement of the police. Perry White calls Lois Lane and Clark Kent into his office. Just as he is explaining the report, the sound of a loudspeaker comes in through the window. The leader of the "Bulleteers", as Lois later calls them, is shown announcing from his hideout atop a mountain outside of town, the demands of his gang. Over the speaker, Clark, Lois, and the rest of the town hear it: Turn over the city treasury or other municipal buildings will be next! Later, Lois asks the mayor what he is doing about the problem. The mayor announces that he will not be swayed by criminals. That day, policemen all over town build bunkers and gather ammunition in preparation for the Bulleteers. At midnight, the gang strikes again, first destroying the town's power plant, bullets from defending policeman bouncing harmlessly off the bullet-car's sleek surface. Lights in the Daily Planet flicker on and off, and Lois takes off in a car to get closer to the scene, leaving Clark behind. Clark takes the opportunity to enter a nearby phone booth and don his Superman costume. The Bulleteers take aim now at the city's treasury building, but Superman steps in front of them and knocks the rocket-car off course. As they struggle to regain control, he leaps in the air and grabs its front trying again to force it off-course, but the Bulleteers, through wild maneuvering, manage to shake him off the car to the ground below. Superman lunges to keep them from the treasury, only to arrive too late. Piles of rubble from the explosion bury him. Lois Lane arrives at the scene in time to see the gang throwing bags of money into their car. She sneaks into its cockpit and tries to smash the controls with a wrench, but the gang returns, taking off with her. Superman, meanwhile, emerges from the rubble and chases after the car, grasping it by one of its retractable wings, and then by its tail-fins to throw it off course. As it spirals downward, he claws his way to the cockpit, rips it open, and pulls Lois and the three gangsters out. The car crashes to the ground far below. The newspaper next day reports Superman's heroic feat and the gangsters' arrest for their rampage. Reading it, Clark remarks, "Nice going, Lois. Another great scoop for you." Lois replies, "It was easy, thanks to Superman." Directed by Dave Fleischer Produced by Max Fleischer Story by Bill Turner,Carl Meyer Voices by Bud Collyer,Joan Alexander,Julian Noa,Jackson Beck Music by Sammy Timberg Animation by Orestes Calpini Graham Place Studio Fleischer Studios Distributed by Paramount Pictures Release date(s) March 26, 1942 (USA) Color process Technicolor Running time 8 min. (one reel) Language English Preceded by The Arctic Giant (1942) Followed by The Magnetic Telescope (1942) *From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Bulleteers


17. Superman - Terror on the Midway (Original Version 1942 ).

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Superman - Terror on the Midway (Original Version 1942 ).

Terror on the Midway is the ninth of the seventeen animated Technicolor short films based upon the DC Comics character of Superman, originally created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. It was the final cartoon short by Fleischer Studios. The nine-minute short features Superman attempting to stop the chaos created when several circus animals escape their cages and restraints, including a giant gorilla. It was originally released on August 23, 1942 by Paramount Pictures. PLOT SYNOPSIS The story begins with the music and noise of the circus. Clark Kent and Lois Lane are at the Midway, Lois having an assignment to cover its events. She expresses her regret that she didn't have a more exciting assignment. Clark offers his condolences, then leaves for his own assignment. Later that night, as Lois attends the clown performance, a monkey wanders from the main tent and accidentally opens the cage of a giant gorilla (perhaps a homage to King Kong). Growling, the Gorilla named "Gigantic" wanders into the tent, sending everyone into pandemonium. Circus workers attempt to tie the gorilla down with ropes, but are overpowered by its strength and are forced to flee. While other workers are struggling to keep the other animals under control, some of them stampede, or rear up against their owners, knocking other cages open. Lois, who has been taking pictures of the gorilla, is about to leave when she notices the monster lumbering toward a trapped young girl. She runs between the creature and the girl, and helps her escape, only to have the gorilla turn on her. Clark arrives on the scene, supposedly to pick up Lois, and sees the chaos. Quickly he changes into his Superman costume and begins returning animals to their cages. Right after tossing an elephant into a cart, he hears a scream: Lois is trapped at the top of a pole holding up the tent, and the giant gorilla is climbing perilously close. Superman confronts the gorilla and ties it down, but during the fight one of the tent poles falls down and hits a power circuit, starting a fire. Superman saves Lois from the flames just in time and then goes to subdue the gorilla. The final scene shows Lois vigorously typing the story, with Clark sitting lazily back in a chair at the next desk. Directed by Dave Fleischer Produced by Max Fleischer Story by Dan Gordon,Jay Morton Voices by Bud Collyer,Joan Alexander,Jack Mercer,Julian Noa Music by Sammy Timberg,Winston Sharples Animation by Orestes Calpini,James Davis Studio Fleischer Studios Distributed by Paramount Pictures Release date(s) August 23, 1942 (USA) Color process Technicolor Running time 9 min. (one reel) Language English Preceded by Volcano (1942) Followed by Japoteurs (1942) *From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terror_on_the_Midway


18. Babbit and Catstello - A Tale of Two Kitties (Original Version 1942 ).

  • Duration: 399
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Babbit and Catstello - A Tale of Two Kitties (Original Version 1942 ).

A Tale of Two Kitties is an American Merrie Melodies cartoon, released in 1942, notable for the first appearance of a flesh colored canary, who would come to be known as Tweety. It was directed by Bob Clampett, written by Warren Foster, and features music by Carl W. Stalling. It was also the first appearance of Babbit and Catstello, based on the popular comedy duo Abbott and Costello. The title is an obvious pun on the Charles Dickens classic, A Tale of Two Cities. It is one of many a.a.p.-owned cartoons to fall in the public domain, as United Artists did not renew the copyright in time. It was released to DVD commercially on Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 5. Even in this initial appearance, Tweety reveals early on that his cute appearance masks a willingness to be merciless, even sadistic, towards anyone who threatens him. After slipping one of the cats a bomb which explodes (offscreen), the bird remarks, "Aw, da poor putty tat - he cwushed his widdow head!" Followed by a big grin. (This line was patterned after a catchphrase from a Red Skelton character, and would be used in other Warner cartoons, such as Easter Yeggs.) The bird was unnamed in the short, although at the time the staff called it "Orson". Directed by Bob Clampett Produced by Leon Schlesinger Story by Warren Foster Voices by Mel Blanc,Tedd Pierce (uncredited) Music by Carl W. Stalling Animation by Rod Scribner Additional Animation:,Robert McKimson (uncr.),Sid Sutherland (uncr.),Revalee Chaney (uncr.),Virgil Ross (uncr.) Layouts by Bob Clampett (uncr.) Backgrounds by Richard H. Thomas (uncr.) Studio Leon Schlesinger Studios Distributed by Warner Bros. Release date(s) November 21, 1942 (USA) Color process Technicolor Running time 7 minutes (one reel) Language English Preceded by Wacky Blackout Followed by Birdy And The Beast *From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Tale_of_Two_Kitties


19. Superman - Showdown (Original Version 1942 ).

  • Duration: 491
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Superman - Showdown (Original Version 1942 ).

Showdown (1942) is the eleventh of seventeen animated Technicolor short films based upon the DC Comics character Superman. Produced by Famous Studios, the plot focuses on a criminal who impersonates Superman to commit crimes for a gangster. The short was released to theaters by Paramount Pictures on October 16, 1942. PLOT SYNOPSIS The short starts off as a figure dressed as Superman is terrorising Metropolis with various robberies. Every paper in the city runs the story that Superman has gone bad, but Lois Lane does not believe it to be true. As she and Clark Kent read the story at the Daily Planet, an office boy informs them that the editor, Perry White, wants them to cover the opera and gives them two tickets. At the opera, the Superman imposter sneaks from booth to booth, swiping people's jewelry without them noticing. When one woman cries out in alarm, Lois leaves her seat and walks out into the hallway, confronting the imposter. After a brief struggle, Lois rips the "S" patch off the imposter's chest, and he runs away. Not having seen his face in the darkness, Lois is convinced that Superman has really been responsible for all the crimes. As Lois calls the police, Clark exits the booth to follow after the imposter. Cracking the door open slightly on the roof and noticing the imposter, Clark says, "My double is in for some trouble." Seeing the police cars gather on the street below, the imposter heads back toward the door to the stairwell, where he is confronted by the real Superman. The imposter fires several rounds at Superman, to no avail. He claims his Boss made him do it. Without noticing, the imposter reaches the edge of the rooftop and falls over the edge. Superman swoops down to save him just in time. In the glow of the search lights, Lois and the police realize that the real Superman is not the criminal. Hoping for a lighter punishment, the imposter agrees to take Superman to his boss. Superman, without saying a thing, stands in front of the boss' desk. After several moments, the boss tries to hit him with a golf club, then raises a lamp and sees Superman's face, prompting him to press a hidden button that opens a trap door and sends Superman falling into a pit. After the trap door closes, the boss and the imposter push the desk over the door and hide in a vault. Superman breaks out and opens the vault, tearing out electrified bars, only to find that the two have used a welding torch to cut a hole in the wall and escape. A police car is headed around a bend, unknowing that the criminals are coming at them from the other side. Just in time, Superman steps in and stops the cars from crashing, and he leaves the two criminals for the police to handle. Back at the Daily Planet, Clark is dozing off when Lois returns from the crime scene to start work on the story. Clark tells her that he was dreaming he was Superman. Lois responds by saying, "A fine Superman you'd make." Clark replies "Well, I can dream, can't I?" Directed by I. Sparber Produced by Sam Buchwald Story by Jay Morton Voices by Bud Collyer,Joan AlexandermJulian Noa Music by Sammy Timberg Animation by Steve Muffati,Graham Place Studio Famous Studios Distributed by Paramount Pictures Release date(s) October 16, 1942 (U.S.) Color process Technicolor Running time 9 min. (one reel) Language English Preceded by Japoteurs (1942) Followed by Eleventh Hour (1942) *From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Showdown_(1942_film)


20. Superman - Electric Earthquake (Original Version 1942 ).

  • Duration: 523
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Superman - Electric Earthquake (Original Version 1942 ).

Electric Earthquake is the seventh of the seventeen animated Technicolor short films based upon the DC Comics character of Superman, originally created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. This animated short was created by the Fleischer Studios. The story runs about eight minutes and covers Superman's adventures in stopping a madman from destroying Manhattan with electronically induced earthquakes. It was originally released 15 May 1942. This is the first of the films to make it clear that the action is taking place in New York City. PLOT SYNOPSIS The story begins with a view of the city, lowering to a view of the ground underneath. Deep under the docks, several large wires are connected to the bedrock. Following the wires away from the coast along the ocean floor, it is shown that they all converge in a strange underwater capsule. An elevator-like object emerges from the top and rises to an abandoned fishing house infested with rats. A man exits the elevator and heads toward the city in a motorboat. Starting up the earthquake machine. Later, at the Daily Planet, a Native American man warns Lois Lane, Clark Kent, and Perry White that they must run a report that Manhattan belongs to his people and should be given back to them. The Planet crew judges him to be crazy, and his threats to be empty... at least, everyone but Lois, who follows him to his motorboat. Hiding in the back, Lois is taken to the deserted fishing house on the water and sees his elevator. The man catches her watching him in the elevator's reflection, and calmly invites her to follow him, promising an amazing story. Lois follows. The elevator lowers into the underwater capsule, and the man offers her a seat, then pushes a button which pins her arms and legs to the chair. Stepping up to the controls, he starts up his earthquake machine, sending a powerful surge of electricity through one of the wires and into the bedrock under the city. The large explosion causes the entire city to shake, and runs a large crack through the Daily Planet building. Clark takes advantage of the commotion to change into his Superman costume. In one leap, Superman dives into the ocean and notices the several wires embedded in the rock. He pulls one of them out only to have it explode in his face, flinging him the ground and piling him with bedrock. He pushes the rock away and pulls at a few more, only to have the wires writhe with electric current and wind around him. At one point, Superman comes up for air only to have one of the wires wind around his neck and pull him down. Finally, Superman follows the wires to the underwater capsule and pulls them out from its base, causing explosions which destroy the machine. As water fills the capsule, the villain takes the elevator to the surface, leaving Lois trapped as the water in the capsule slowly rises. Superman spots the elevator and catches the villain at the top, but is told that Lois is trapped, and darts back down to save her. The villain, meanwhile, loads the elevator with dynamite and sends it down after him. Superman, however, saves Lois in time, and captures the villain as he is making a getaway in his motorboat. Later, as the Daily Planet reports Superman's latest heroic deed while the villain is implied to be arrested and sent to jail for his rampage, Clark and Lois are seen watching the now-rebuilt Manhattan from a cruise ship. Clark remarks, "You know, Lois, the old island looks just as good as ever." Lois replies, "That's right, Clark. Thanks to Superman." CAST *Bud Collyer as Superman/Clark Kent *Joan Alexander as Lois Lane *Julian Noa as Perry White *Jackson Beck as the Narrator, Indian Scientist Directed by Dave Fleischer Produced by Max Fleischer Story by Seymour Kneitel Isadore Sparber Voices by Bud Collyer Joan Alexander Julian Noa Jackson Beck Music by Sammy Timberg Animation by Steve Muffati Studio Fleischer Studios Distributed by Paramount Pictures Release date(s) May 15, 1942 (USA) Color process Technicolor Running time 8 min. (one reel) Language English Preceded by The Magnetic Telescope (1942) Followed by Volcano (1942) *From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.