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Russian Rhapsody

Russian Rhapsody (1944) - Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series Russian Rhapsody

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Adolf Hitler sends the greatest superman in the Reich (himself) on a solo mission to bomb Moscow. He is beset by gremlins, most of which are caricatures of the Warner Bros. cartoon staff. (At least one gremlin is "only 3 1/2 years old.") The thoroughly zany "Gremlins from the Kremlin" which infest his aircraft destroy the plane with surreal damage; they also inflict amazing indignities to Hitler's person, sending Der Fuehrer to his doom.

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Two words: Go Gremlins!

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"RUSSIAN RHAPSODY" is merely one of a fistful of genuine Robert Clampett masterpieces. It is fresh, funny, briskly paced, and laced with sick, sharp humor and clever writing. Lines that would be milked as a centerpiece in another cartoon are...  (read more)

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