Best Animation Movies of 1942
You're a Sap, Mr. Jap
Popeye takes on the Japanese Navy single-handedly.
A collection of various gags in the form of a travelogue.
The Draft Horse
In a burst of patriotism, a farm horse tries to join the army but finds out he's not really soldier material.
A tour of the bright lights of New York City, where the various advertising signs come to life.
The Bird Came C.O.D.
Conrad Cat runs afoul of a magician's bird.
Daffy's Southern Exposure
It's the dead of winter, and Daffy Duck is starving. A fox and a weasel invite him into their cabin and feed him beans. But they have an ulterior motive--namely eating Daffy.
Jasper and the Haunted House
Jasper and the Haunted House is another George Pal Puppetoon about a black boy and his troubles. This time, the scarecrow switches a sign that leads Jasper to a haunted house instead of a deacon's place where he brings a pie.
A short cartoon based on the Nancy comics. The cartoon is presented as three blackout sequences, each introduced by a classroom of pupils singing the praises of the comic books. The sequences involve Nancy getting involved in civic-minded projects with typical comical effects.
The Hep Cat
A cat-about-town fancies himself such an irresitible "hunk" he momentarily resembles Victor Mature. His wooing of a cute kitten gets derailed by a prankster dog using a cat hand puppet to trap him.
Ickle Meets Pickle
Two nutty little gnome-like men that look exactly alike, meet in the woods and proceed to hunt and fish and even attempt a duel with clumsy incompetence.