Tokyo WoesTokyo Woes (1945) - Mr. Hook Theatrical Cartoon Series
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- Mr. Hook Theatrical Cartoon SeriesTheatricalSeriesCartoon
- Traditional Animation
- Warner Bros.
- Distributed by: U.S. Navy
- Cartoon Characters: Mr. Hook, Japanese Announcer, Sad Sack, Singing Bond.
- Voice Actors: Arthur Lake, Mel Blanc.
- Directed By Robert Clampett).
- Produced By Leon Schlesinger.
- Written By Hank Ketcham.
- Music: Carl W. Stalling.
- Originally Released in 1945 (Estimate).
- Originally Released Theatrically.
- Black & White
"Tokyo Rose" broadcasts a message encouraging servicemen not to bother with war bonds. The Sad Sack, a fake U.S. POW with a Porky Pig voice, explains that life is so wonderful in Japan that he intends to move there permanently with his family. To the proposition... (more)
Cartoon Production Information:
Created for the US Navy in World War II. The Mr. Hook character was created by Hank Ketcham while at Walter Lantz Studios, where the first- and only color- Mr. Hook cartoon was produced. A wartime propaganda film about Japan and war bonds.... (more)
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