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Donald Duck

Der Fuehrers Faceaka Donald Duck in Nutzi Landwon Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film at the 15th Academy Awards Directed by Jack Kinney under Walt Disney Productions and released in 1943 by RKO Radio Pictures, it is the only Donald Duck film to receive an Academy Award till now. The film contains Wallaces original song, Der Fuehrers Facewhich was actually released earlier by Spike Jones. Even the clouds and trees are shaped as swastikas in the movie to portray Hitlers intensity on Germany at that time. In one scene of that movie, Donald faces and Hailsthe portraits of the FuehrerAdolf Hitler before arriving at the factorys bayonetpoint, to starts his 48hour daily shift screwing caps onto artillery shells in an assembly line. The same film also featured Donald getting motivated while reading Mein Kampf and wearing Nazi band in his hand. In another scene, in Donalds nightmare, he sees the shadow of a figure holding its right hand up in the form of a Nazi salute. He begins to do so himself until he realizes that it is the shadow of a miniature of Statue of Liberty. While being proud of his United States citizenship, he embraces the statue. The movie gets more controversial when it ends with two sets of Hailsand a tomato is thrown at a caricature of Hitlers angry face and forms the words The End.


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