("Thank you very much.") In many public domain prints, the signs are illegible, but read as follows: Daffy 1: "Kannst du nicht sehen, diese Telefon ist busy? Daffy then jumps in a plane, narrowly avoiding being shot by 'a whole mess of Messerschmitts', referring to the Nazi Messerschmitt BF 109 light fighter aircraft, when he's shot down by Von Vultur (his plane literally being blown to pieces). was a popular catchphrase in it that referred to her).[5]. Daffy – The Commando is a Warner Bros. cartoon in the Looney Tunes series released on to theaters, and directed by Friz Freleng. Put new text under old text. Finally at the end, Von Vulture shoots Daffy out of a cannon, and Daffy lands next to Hitler, who is making a speech. (mock German) Ach, du lieber! Daffy bedevils the German commander, Von Vulture, and his sidekick, little helmet-with-two-feet Schultz, providing plenty of opportunities for anti-Nazi jokes along the way. Daffy is a commando who parachutes down into the German trenches to raise hell. was a popular catchphrase in the show, and subsequently, in many Warner Brothers cartoons, which took situations from radio dramas and comedies as their inspiration.)[4]. Daffy - The Commando - Daffy Duck: Commando Daffy Duck goes behind enemy lines and causes havoc for a Nazi German officer and his troops. This is the talk page for discussing improvements to the Daffy – The Commando article. Daffy jumps up and whacks Hitler on the head with a mallet, causing Hitler to yell for Schultz, similar to Von Vultur. chases Daffy to a telephone booth, where Daffy continues to make fun of him, such as nicknaming him "Von Limburger" (after the infamously foul-smelling cheese). Daffy - The Commando (1943) SoundTracks on IMDb: Memorable quotes and exchanges from movies, TV series and more... Oscars Best Picture Winners Best Picture Winners Golden Globes Emmys STARmeter Awards San Diego Comic-Con New York Comic-Con Sundance Film Festival Toronto Int'l Film Festival Awards Central Festival Central All Events ", Daffy 2: Bitte, mein herr, haben sie ein ein pfennigstück? It was also featured in Bugs & Daffy: The Wartime Cartoons (1989) (MGM/UA), and then on the Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 6. Von Vultur (pausing briefly to salute a skunk with "Heil Hitler!") This is a reference to the American radio comedy series Fibber McGee and Molly, which was popular at the time. Wait your turn! Mein Pupkin! The cartoon was released on November 20, 1943, and stars Daffy Duck. Approved | 7min | Animation, Short, Comedy | 20 November 1943 (USA) Commando Daffy Duck goes behind enemy lines and causes havoc for a Nazi German officer and his troops. The telegram in translated English reads 'vun more kommando ...'. "), When Von Vultur enters the phone booth, he attempts to contact Schultz, but instead gets an operator, replying: "Ist dat you, Myrt?" From left to right, the "Apes of Wrath" are Hitler, Hirohito, and Mussolini. Hearing an American warplane overhead, he calls in his batman – Schultz – whom he abuses by knocking him regularly over his helmet with a mallet. Although it is in the public domain, it is currently withheld from American TV packages due to stereotypes of Germans and propaganda in World War II. He gets a telegram from the "Gestinko Gestapo", threatening him with his ‘ka-rear’ if he lets ‘vun’ more ‘kommando’ through (the letter is signed "The Apes Of Wrath" and shows three apes' heads; the apes are caricatures of Hitler, Hirohito and Mussolini, the last of whom is crossed out - reflecting the fact of Italy being knocked out of the war by then). Daffy – The Commando 1views Commando Daffy Duck goes behind enemy lines and causes havoc for a Nazi German officer and his troops. DAFFY - THE COMMANDO. 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 … The music playing is from Wagner's opera Das Rhei… Wait your turn! Sinema filmi ile ilgili bu madde taslak seviyesindedir. Friz Freleng tarafından yönetilmiştir. He … Early one morning, somewhere in World War II-era Germany, Commander Von Vultur is tempestuously pacing back and forth inside his bunker while fuming and spluttering furiously about how so many American commandos have managed to slip behind German enemy lines undetected and how it would happen if he had sent more troops to guard the country's boundary, while a snippet from Wagner's Das Rheingold plays on the soundtrack. This short, as well as a few other Warner Bros. shorts, is in the public domain. Commando Daffy Duck goes behind enemy lines and causes huge problems for a Nazi German officer, Von Vultur, … Mein Herr, Mein Pupkin, Mein Milch, Mein Heineken ..." (the music used in the background is similar to an organ grinder.) Inki and the Minah Bird 3. A sauerkraut potato soup isn't eaten made with veal. More Films, Videos like this Film, Video GREETINGS BAIT motion picture | Short film (under 30 minutes). Daffy - The Commando is a 1943 short film feature Daffy Duck. Back at his bunker, there is a semi-nude photo of a woman on the wall in Von Vultur's bunker. ", Daffy 2: "Bitte, mein Herr, haben Sie ein Fünf-Pfennig-Stück?" ("Please, sir, have you a five pfennig coin?") When Von Vultur chases Daffy behind a curtain of asbestos, Daffy makes a stereotypical Japanese face, causing Von Vultur to run off frightened. This is not a forum for general discussion of the article's subject. ("Can you not see this tele radio is busy? Daffy - The Commando. ", Sign 3: GERMAN TRANSLATION: "Ich bin fertig mit der telefon, Herr Von Limburger." Bleiben sie ruhig! From left to right, the "Apes of Wrath" are Hitler, Hirohito, and Mussolini. ... alle zusammen ... Ach, du lieber. Daffy the Commando - 1943 - Looney Tunes - (HD & CC), Daffy - The Commando is a 1943 Looney Tunes short directed by Friz Freleng.[3]. This short, as well as a few other Warner shorts, is in the public domain after United Artists (successor-in-interest to Associated Artists Productions) neglected to renew the copyright in time. It features… Create Make social videos in an instant: use custom "), Sign 1: ENGLISH TRANSLATION: "Can't you see this telephone is busy? Daffy - The Commando is a 1943 Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Friz Freleng. Daffy takes on the Nazis, including hitting Hitler with a mallet! This is not a forum for general discussion of the article's subject. Daffy jumps up and whacks Hitler on the head with a mallet, causing Hitler to yell for Schultz, similar to Von Vultur. Hearing a plane overhead, he calls in a soldier, Schultz, whom he abuses by knocking him regularly over his helmet with a mallet. Daffy the Commando 2. Public domain Looney Tunes cartoon featuring Daffy fighting the Nazis. Put new text under old text. Click here to start a new topic. Hitler's speech is nonsense: "Haben Sie nicht Liebe? When Daffy is shot down by Von Vultur, his plane is literally blown to pieces (its entire body progressively disintegrating and disappearing from back to front, eventually leaving just the engine and propeller), with Daffy still clinging to the controls. Von Vultur hands the bomb off to Schultz, who is blown through the roof. A sauerkraut potato soup isn't eaten made with veal. ("I'm done with the telephone, Mr. Daffy – The Commando is a 1943 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Friz Freleng. ", Daffy 3: "It's all yours, Von Limburger! Back at Von Vultur's bunker, Daffy tricks him into telling him the time (6:45 and one quarter) and presents him with a ticking time bomb "as a little token of our esteem". List of films in the public domain in the United States, Film Superlist: Motion Pictures in the U.S. Public Domain, It's Nice to Have a Mouse Around the House, The Looney Looney Looney Bugs Bunny Movie, Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Daffy_–_The_Commando&oldid=1005615759, Articles with unsourced statements from July 2020, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 8 February 2021, at 16:22. Danke schön. A scene where Daffy is on a pay phone as Von Vultur is trying to get into the booth has Daffy speaking to him in German, while holding cue card-like signs with the dialogue translated for the audience (a classic example of "breaking the fourth wall"). Bleiben Sie ruhig!" Looney Tunes Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. In the original, very broken German, it reads, "Dummy! Schultz and Von Vultur go outside and use a searchlight to look for Daffy, who is floating down on a parachute, whilst singing "She Was Poor But She Was Honest" in a Cockney accent. Includes 4 cartoons: 1. It features Daffy Duck trying to get past enemy lines in Nazi Germany and a memorable scene where he hits Adolf Hitler over the head with a mallet. Click here to start a new topic. The poster is also visible when Schultz is kicking Von. Von Limburger. Von Limburger. "), When Von Vultur enters the phone booth, he attempts to contact Shultz, but instead gets an operator, "Ist dat you Myrt?" (Myrtle the Operator was the never-heard switchboard operator in the highly successful Fibber McGee radio show of that era. Madde içeriğini genişleterek Vikipedi'ye katkı sağlayabilirsiniz. Stay calm! Daffy - The Commando is a 1943 Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Friz Freleng. gets the lights out, allowing him to land unseen, Daffy uses his fingers to make shadow puppets and dancing chorus girls. Mein Heineken!"). Trolley Ahoy 4. Sign 1: ENGLISH TRANSLATION: "Can't you see this telephone is busy? ("Can you not see this telephone is busy? Daffy bedevils the German commander, Von Vulture, and his sidekick, little helmet-with-two-feet Schultz, providing plenty of opportunities for anti-Nazi jokes along the way. After a quick "Put out those lights!" Von Vultur thinks he's talking to Schultz, but finds himself talking to operator Myrt from the Fibber McGee & Molly radio show. Daffy addresses Von Vultur as "Liederkranz", after the smelly cheese, is presented with a bomb from Daffy, ticking down. Daffy is a commando who parachutes down into the German trenches to raise hell. A German officer's career is threatened if he lefts another commando get through the enemy lines, but Daffy Duck is just the commando to do it! "), Sign 2 TWO MORE ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS: "Got a nickel, bud?"/"Thanks. After a quick shout of "Put out those lights!" chases Daffy to a telephone booth, where Daffy continues to make fun of Von Vultur. Sign 2: "Got a nickel, bud? Seeing that the cartoon is nowadays an Unintentional Period Piece, it's seldom seen on TV anymore. The music playing is from Wagner's opera Das Rheingold. A German commander, Von Vultur, gets a telefunken from the "Gestinko Gestapo", threatening him with his 'ka-rear' if he lets "Vun-More-Kommando" through. An episode of “Futurama” uses a short clip of the short in the screen gag on the opening sequence. Myrtle was the never-heard switchboard operator in the show ("Is that you, Myrt?" When Schultz falls back, Daffy stops Von Vultur from hitting Schultz over the head with a mallet, and instead hits him. gets the searchlight turned off temporarily and allows him to land unseen, Daffy uses his fingers on the searchlight's lens to make shadows of animated puppets and dancing chorus girls on the clouds to distract the Germans before hiding behind a curtain that says "asbestos". ("I'm done with the phone, Mr. Just realizing its imminent danger, Von Vultur hands the bomb off to Schultz, who is literally blown through the roof. Commando Daffy Duck goes behind enemy lines and causes havoc for a Nazi German officer and his troops. Stay calm!") note ダフィのコマンド Daffy the Commando 1943年 ダフィの騎兵隊 Slightly Daffy 1944年 ダフィー対ハタ・マリ Plane Daffy 1944年 ダフィーの召集令状 Draftee Daffy 1945年 本屋は大騒動 Book Revue 1946年 赤ちゃん配達便 Baby Bottleneck When Schultz falls back, Daffy (who was hiding underneath Schultz's helmet) stops Von Vultur from hitting Schultz over the head with a mallet, and instead hits him. [3] The cartoon was released on November 20, 1943, and stars Daffy Duck.[4]. Daffy – The Commando is a 1943 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Friz Freleng. It features the character Daffy Duck. [6] This is due to United Artists (successor-in-interest to Associated Artists Productions) neglecting to renew the copyright in time. [Signed] The Apfen of History." ", Daffy 3: "It's all yours, Von Limburger!" 2/8/2012 New title added by eutychus 2/24/2012 Credits added by eutychus 3/19/2012 Daffy – The Commando is a Warner Bros. cartoon in the Looney Tunes series released on November 20, 1943, to theaters, and directed by Friz Freleng. Mein milch! In many public domain prints, the signs are illegible (due to the poor quality of the PD prints), but read as follows: Daffy 1: Kannst du nicht sehen diese telefunk ist busy? ("Thank you. They run outside and use a searchlight to search for any more landing commandos and eventually spot one, who just happens to be Daffy floating down on a parachute, whilst singing Billy Bennett's "She Was Poor But She Was Honest" in a fake Cockney accent. The German commander, Von Vulture, discovers Daffy's presence and orders his men to capture the duck. VHS of Daffy the Commando. Daffy The Commando is a 1943 Looney Tunes War Time Cartoon, directed by Friz Freleng. The settings recalls World War I trenches more than any actual scene of World War II. "Is that you Myrt?" Road Runner - Zoom and Bored Road Runner - … [Signed] The Apfen of History." In "Daffy - The Commando", Daffy Duck parachutes into enemy territory and makes life a living hell for Nazi Kommandant Von Vulture. When Von Vultur opens the curtain, Daffy makes an ugly face similar to the stereotypical Japanese faces used in cartoons at the time (see, for example, Bugs Bunny Nips the Nips), causing Von Vultur to run off frightened. Daffy - The Commando, yapımı Looney Tunes tarafından üstlenilen 1943 tarihli bir çizgi film. This is the talk page for discussing improvements to the Daffy – The Commando article. Cartoons with sound effects edited by Treg Brown, Cartoons with orchestrations by Milt Franklyn, Cartoons with characters voiced by Mel Blanc, http://likelylooneymostlymerrie.blogspot.com/2017/07/417-daffy-commando-1943.html, https://archive.org/details/animationbreakdowns26, On the Air : The Encyclopedia of Old-Time Radio, It's Nice to Have a Mouse Around the House, Duck Dodgers and the Return of the 24½th Century, https://looneytunes.fandom.com/wiki/Daffy_-_The_Commando?oldid=238847. Daffy the Commando was released on November 20th 1943. Daffy then runs into what he believes is a tunnel where he can hide, but it turns out to be the barrel of a huge howitzer cannon, and he's then shot out by Von Vultur ("Now try and duck this one, you duck!"). A German commander, Von Vultur, gets a telefunken from the "Gestinko Gestapo", threatening him with his 'ka-rear' if he lets "Vun-More-Kommando" through. Summary: Daffy Duck is a US Army commando, parachuting behind enemy lines. USA, 1943. Von Vultur, pausing briefly to salute a skunk with "Heil Hitler!" A gag where Daffy is on a pay phone as Von Vultur is trying to get into the booth has Daffy speaking to him in semi-correct German, while holding cue card-like signs with the dialogue translated for the audience (a classic example of "breaking the fourth wall"). However, Daffy flies unharmed (as a ‘human cannonball’) into Berlin, where (a largely rotoscoped) Adolf Hitler is making one of his infamous emotionally-inflamed furiously-ranting public speeches (although his speech is humorously nonsensical as it goes as follows: "Haben sie nicht liebe?! The much abused Schultz character, an underling in the German Army who always gets the blame when things go wrong, is probably based on a similar character in the popular 1942 Jack Benny film "To Be or Not to Be". Sign 3: GERMAN TRANSLATION: "Ich bin fertig mit der Telefon, Herr Von Limburger." In the original, very broken German, it reads, "Dummy! The telegram in translated English reads 'vun more kommando ...'. Daffy then jumps in a plane, narrowly avoiding being shot by "a whole mess of Messerschmitts". Mein herr! Daffy Duck is a commando, dropped behind enemy lines, and causes havoc to the German commander, Uberkomt von Vulture, who tries to capture him. ("Please, my lord, have they a penny a piece?") Daffy - The Commando est un court-métrage réalisé par Friz Freleng avec Mel Blanc. A still from the short where Schultz is in his helmet, e a poster of a woman with stars on her nipples and only wearing underwear is visible[citation needed]. ‎Daffy - The Commando (1943) directed by Friz Freleng • Reviews, film + cast • Letterboxd Letterboxd — Your life in film However, Daffy flies as a 'Human Cannonball' into Berlin, where (a largely rotoscoped) Hitler is making a speech to his people. "Danke schön." Daffy - The Commando (Propaganda Cartoon)Directed by Friz Freleng (1943) Daffy then runs into a howitzer, and is shot out by Von Vultur. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat.