Andrea/Duck Dodgers here. I friendly welcome every fan of animation at my blog. The goal is to support the love and rediscovery of Classic Theatrical Cartoons from the Golden Age of Animation, keeping meanwhile an eye on Golden Age "Funny Animals" Comics as well as on modern animated productions! Every SUPPRESSED ethnic caricature to be sometimes presented here is just for HISTORICAL and EDUCATIONAL purpose and NOT to offend anyone. Stay Tooned and Enjoy the place !

Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Did You Miss Me?: "The Three Little Pigs"

The Jewish brushpeddler gag from an original copy of "The Three Little Pigs":












Well, I'll be seein' ya,
Duck Dodgers and mmm...donuts

15 Comments:

Blogger J. J. Hunsecker said...

What chutzpah that Disney had. It's enough to make you plotz!

6:34 pm

 
Anonymous Bugsmer said...

By "original copy", does that mean that you have the original audio? Thanks for sharing the screen caps!

9:34 pm

 
Blogger Animation Encyclopedia said...

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9:36 pm

 
Blogger Animation Encyclopedia said...

It's agreat hot. Too bad i never watched this cartoon in my entire life.

9:36 pm

 
Blogger Duck Dodgers said...

Yes, bugsmer, luckily my copy got original audio!

7:17 am

 
Anonymous Glowworm said...

I see nothing wrong with this scene-and I happen to be Jewish.

5:50 pm

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have this verison on my iPod!

2:28 pm

 
Anonymous Bugsmer said...

That's great, Duck! That lets you compare it to all of the later copies. Some of the older cartoon prints you have access to must differ quite a bit from some of the later releases.

9:32 pm

 
Blogger Kevin W. Martinez said...

Who actually animated this? One would think Art Babbit did it since he did all the scenes with the Wolf, but I've heard that Norm Ferguson might've done it.

1:14 am

 
Blogger Duck Dodgers said...

As far as I know, Ferguson did all the animation of the Wolf in the cartoon

1:38 pm

 
Blogger Kevin W. Martinez said...

Then where did Art Babbit come in (Leonard Maltin specifically credits Babbit for the Wolf's animation on a psecial feature for the Goofy Treasure)

12:36 am

 
Blogger Duck Dodgers said...

No animation of the Wolf by Babbit AFAIK.

11:47 am

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I won't lie, this is pretty horrible. Disney uses the ever adored idea of 'invite a Jew into your home and he shall be a wolf in a kind man's clothing'. This is interesting to see though.

7:41 pm

 
Blogger Duck Dodgers said...

anonymous,
being open-minded and kind of looney tooney myself, I've always thought that Disney's gag was about the fact that pigs would never worry about Jews, 'cause they can't eat them....-)

5:25 pm

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Disney wasn't really a subtle guy, and his cartoons weren't all that sophisticated. I think the joke here is that a Jewish mask has a big enough nose to hide the wolf's long face. Get it? Jew's have big noses. Hah hah haaa... ehhh... honestly, neither terribly offensive nor funny.

1:58 am

 

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