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Doing Their Bit

Doing Their Bit (1942) - Nancy and Sluggo Theatrical Cartoon Series Doing Their Bit

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Nancy, Sluggo and their friends try to find ways to earn money to help support the USO during World War II. Nancy's stand offers "Lemonade 1 cent; With Sugar 2 cents." They release mice into a house, then Nancy sells the owner a cat; a vase Nancy can't sell turns out to have $60 inside when she smashes it out of frustration; the boys rig a fan at a knothole in a fence to blow hats and toupees off passersby, then run away when one of their victims is a cop. Finally, they stage a carnival (one popular booth is breaking plates "made in Japan" with baseballs).

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