Three Brothers (1944 film)

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Three Brothers
Private SNAFU.JPG
Directed by Friz Freleng
Produced by Leon Schlesinger
Written by uncredited
Starring Mel Blanc
Release date
September 1944
Running time
5 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Three Brothers is part of the Private Snafu series of animated shorts produced by Warner Bros. during World War II. Screened for troops in September 1944, the cartoon was directed by Friz Freleng and features the familiar voice of Mel Blanc.

Plot

The film

Private Snafu is seen performing the tedious task of sorting boots. Driven to madness by boredom he is taken to visit his brothers Tarfu and Fubar by the gruff Technical Fairy, First Class, somewhat in the spirit of Ebenezer Scrooge and the Ghosts of Christmas. Brother Tarfu is seen tending to the every need of carrier pigeons while brother Fubar is the unlucky dummy used in training attack dogs. After seeing his brothers' terrible jobs Private Snafu returns to work with gusto, exclaiming that his job is important.

References

  • Friedwald, Will and Jerry Beck. "The Warner Brothers Cartoons." Scarecrow Press Inc., Metuchen, N.J., 1981. ISBN 0-8108-1396-3.

External links

  • Three Brothers on IMDb
  • Three Brothers is available for free download at the Internet Archive
  • Watch Three Brothers on YouTube
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