[4] However, many anti-Nazi cartoons featuring Popeye didn’t really generate much suspense as everyone knew that the great Popeye would eventually triumph over the enemy. [8] The Japanese are characterized as single-minded, subservient to their superiors and gullible. They are an easily fooled mob, not a group of individuals. The kiss turns into a fatal blow with a mallet. Sheppard, W.A. Mocking: "Here's some scrap iron for Japan, Moto. [7] The female bunny ignites his passion. [5] This can be seen on many occasions throughout the cartoon, for example when all of the sailors gathered round the plane to fix it they made a unified drilling sound. [7] Bugs ties the rival plane to a tree. Klein, N.M. (1993). The broken down ship is eventually revealed to be disguising a huge destroyer and sinks Popeye’s ship. This again shows that Japanese ships were seen to be made very poorly. Barrier, M.J. (2003). Stronger than Spinach: The Secret Appeal of the Famous Studios Popeye Cartoons. Of course, however, the US Government issued statements that the enemy was not the German, Italian or Japanese themselves but it was their leadership that America should despise. Dower, J.W. Instant Watch Options; Genres; Movies or TV; IMDb Rating; In Theaters; On TV; Release Year; Keywords; Prime Video (2) IMDb TV (4) Prime Video (Rent or Buy) (46) Animation (137) … Somebody: The Reckless Life and Remarkable Career of Marlon Brando. The soldier parachutes down, but is met in mid-air by Bugs, who hands "Moto" (cf. You can be sure that … Popeye manages to blow up the plane and the Japanese man is left holding a typical looking umbrella before falling onto a ‘Jap Scrap Repair Ship’. After landing, he goes down a river on a small boat but is spotted by Japanese soldiers from the Imperial Japanese Army and they start firing at him. Doing Their Bit: Wartime American Animated Short Films, 1939-1945 (2nd ed.). Georgia: BearManor Media. The film starts with Private SNAFU walking down the street and he is adamant that he is going to keep a secret. She uses a katana/samurai sword to kill vampires. In the cartoon, Bugs Bunny lands on an island in the Pacific and is pitted against a group of highly racially stereotyped Japanese soldiers. [6], The soldier pulls out a sword and starts swiping at Bugs. The biased and often fallacious depictions of the Japanese were not only limited to animated posters —even respected media sources such as Life Magazine aided the frenzy. The weakness of Japanese equipment and ships is also represented when Popeye is able to use part of the railing like a tin opener to destroy the battleship. An Exotic Enemy: Anti-Japanese Musical Propaganda in World War II Hollywood. [10] This went unnoticed as even Japanese Americans were being rounded up and put into internment camps in Washington, Oregon and California as it was thought they could join the enemy at any time, or commit acts of sabotage or espionage. The short has similarities to both Wackiki Wabbit (1943) and Herr Meets Hare (1945). [6] Bugs' face is briefly transformed into a Japanese caricature, only to be contrasted with the face of an actual, if impish, Japanese soldier. Browse more videos. It could also reference the surprise attack on Pearl Harbour as it could be argued they used there cunning there as well. In response, Bugs assumes the form of a Japanese general and stands stiffly at attention. Chelsea House Publishers, New York p257, Kanfer, S. (2008). Report. [8] In concept, it suggests that an Oriental guise can be put on and discarded at will. Watch fullscreen. London: Tauris Parke Paperbacks. [6], The soldier resumes use of his sword and talks gibberish again. [5] This shows that years of anti-Japanese propaganda and racial prejudices was starting to have an effect on the American population. [7] He then sees an island and swims towards its beach. [8], Bugs insults his customers by calling them "monkey face" and "slant eyes". Doing Their Bit: Wartime American Animated Short Films, 1939-1945 (2nd ed.). The temptation to use racial terms to describe the Japanese in these films was overwhelming as the US already had a history of anti-Japanese prejudice that was based on Japanese samurai traditions. P24, Learn how and when to remove this template message, Popeye the Sailor Meets Sindbad the Sailor, Popeye the Sailor Meets Ali Baba's Forty Thieves, The Popeye Valentine's Day Special - Sweethearts at Sea, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Scrap_the_Japs&oldid=979152403, Anti-Japanese sentiment in the United States, Articles needing additional references from December 2019, All articles needing additional references, Articles with unsourced statements from December 2019, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Film Gorillas. Bugs accidentally gives away his identity by casually chewing on a carrot. By 1944, a poll suggested that 13% of Americans wanted to kill all the Japanese population and by 1945, 22% were disappointed that more atomic bombs were not used on the Japanese after Hiroshima and Nagasaki. & Wilt, D.E. Sign up. "[6] There is a spoken reference to Mr. Moto to provide a well-acquainted name to the wartime enemy. Georgia: BearManor Media. Bugs is insulted. Ngai, Mae M. (2014) Impossible Subjects: Illegal Aliens and the Making of Modern America. P1, Winkler, A. However, Bugs ties the soldier's plane to a tree, causing the plane to be yanked out from under him. Koppes, C.R. Japanese words for enemy include 敵, エネミー, 仇, 仇同氏, 仇敵, 敵討ち and 敵う. The soldier parachutes out and Bugs hands him an anvil. Journal of the American Musicological Society, 54 (2). Bugs disguised as a general imitates photographs of Hideki Tojo. (2004). In this case, the use is ironic as Stalling would not view the deceased Japanese soldiers as fallen heroes who deserve an afterlife paradise. This culminated in severe restrictions on Asian immigration to America.[2]. Cartoon Enemy Pack 03 – The Monsters. [5] Propaganda was used with considerable effectiveness because the outcome of the attack was enormous and couldn’t be easily forgotten.[9]. (2015). This may have been shown to American soldiers to show how easy it can be to let out secrets especially when under the influence of alcohol. [3], Somewhere in the Pacific, Bugs is floating in a box, singing to himself, when 'the island that inevitably turns up in this kind of picture' turns up. (2001). Follow. Cartoons with Japanese stereotypes made little effort to develop a Japanese character or explain what Japan hoped to accomplish from the war, they remained nameless. [7] American propaganda portrayed the Japanese as the worst kind of enemies during the war. All of the Japanese are killed by the explosions, save one, who is killed after redeeming a 'free' ice-cream bar from Bugs. Hundreds of 'em! Bugs' stereotypical portrayal of Japanese womanhood renders him a meek and seductive creature, speaking in a falsetto voice.[10]. All of the Japanese sailors on the ship look the same, reinforcing the idea of a Japanese unified mass especially when they all make a drilling sound to fix the plane. Saya is a Japanese vampire slayer whose next mission is in a high school on a US military base in 1960s Japan, where she poses as a student. Many of the characters are from shows that were on Japanese TV for many years. [8] The soldiers run off as soon as they get served. When the Bureau of Motion Pictures heard of these portrayals of the Japanese they were not pleased and decided to get all studios to shift from the theme of racism to one of fascism. Mr. Moto) some 'scrap iron' (an anvil),[4] causing the soldier to fall. This cartoon was made during World War II, and reflects the United States' attitude towards one of its main enemies at the time, the Empire of Japan. [citation needed], Japanese stereotypes also appear in Spies (1943), part of the Private SNAFU cartoon series. Pantheon. He entices many Japanese soldiers to come get their ice cream. Bugs then jumps into a plane (which looks like a Mitsubishi A6M Zero); the soldier also jumps into a plane (also looks like a Zero). [12], As Bugs signals the American ship, the tune is from the scene where Brünnhilde announces her pregnancy. (1987) War Without Mercy: Race & Power in the Pacific War. 6 years ago | 28 views. This was used by the American Government to help the American people to understand and be willing to fight the enemy as it is often easier when a group resembles an unidentified mass rather than individual civilians. In cartoons, this translated to a tendency to depict the Japanese as either superman or buffoon. It follows his adventures after being sent for punishment on a ship and running into Japanese sailors. Figure 3. Votes: 11,938 Patriotism can be seen in the cartoon when Popeye briefly resembles the Statue of Liberty as this was often used as a symbol to represent American freedom and liberty. [5] The caricature portrayal of this film serves as a host to well-worn stereotypes. (1976) Propaganda: The art of persuasion: World War II. Hollywood Goes to War: Patriotism, Movies and the Second World War from Ninotchka to Mrs Miniver. This includes… Monster 01 – The Blue & Monster 02 – Red Furry : Attacking; Attacking in The Air; Dying; Falling Down; Hurt; Idle; Idle Blinking; Jump Loop; Jump Start; Run Attacking; Running; Sliding; Smoke; Taunt; Walking; Monster 03 – Golden … "), Bugs thinks of a plan to get rid of them all. Suggesting that their threat relies on their numbers. Painting a Japanese flag on a tree to denote one soldier down, Bugs runs into a sumo wrestler, against whom he confidently faces off (cockily marking a second and bigger flag on the tree). Lulu.com P 23. Playing next. Seeing a group of Japanese landing craft making their way toward the island (and exclaiming "Japs! He is able to easily fight off the Japanese sailors and when he throws them into the body of the ship their imprints make a ‘V’ shape, perhaps showing Victory for the Allies. He eventually turns his bicep into a V for victory and destroys the ship. London: Tauris Parke Paperbacks. [8], Bugs then sees several Japanese ships floating towards the island. This in reference to the exotic havens depicted in South Sea island films and to the epic film Lost Horizon (1937). [6] One battered soldier returns to present his specially-marked stick, earning him a free ice cream bar. Because of eating his spinach, Popeye turns into the Statue of Liberty which was a familiar symbol in anti-Nazi cartoons as it is also used in Disney’s Der Fuehrer’s Face (1943). The soldier chases Bugs into a rabbit hole, where the soldier dumps a bomb inside. This film more closely represents the latter tendency. The seductive first impression serves to set up a hazardous trap. However, before he can get his jobs done a ‘cloud’ appears that begins to drop bombs onto the ship. He comes out in a 'Good Rumor' (a parody of Good Humor) truck, which plays Mozart ("Der Vogelfänger bin ich ja" from The Magic Flute), and hands each of the Japanese an ice-cream bar with a grenade inside it, calling them racist slurs such as "monkey-face" and "slant-eyes" whilst doing so. Popeye uses terms like ‘Jap’ and ‘stormtrooper’ to describe the character and starts firing missiles at him from a plane while the stereotyped character frantically starts pedalling. Bugs pulls down the distress flag, lets out a wolf-cry and goes running after her. P250, Bierly, S.R. How he single-handedly exterminates the enemy makes for a laugh-filled few minutes of typical Bugs antics, off-screen remarks and action in this Technicolor cartoon produced by Leon Schlesinger."[14]. [2] The cartoon, released on April 22, 1944, features Bugs Bunny. Seven Minutes: The Life and Death of the American Animated Cartoon. [7] The soundtrack includes Trade Winds and Someone's Rocking My Dreamboat. We did a little research with and interviews with Japanese fans to determine the most famous Japanese characters of all time (most popular with Japanese people). Then Bugs spots an American battleship (what I assume is the USS Iowa) in the distance and raises a white flag, yelling for them to come get him, but they keep going. When he goes on board, two foreign sailors hand him a false peace treaty which Popeye tries to sign (perhaps showing the willingness of the American people to stop war) before they hit him over the head with a mallet. The preeminent danger is positioned to be treachery and not military might. Only then is Bugs alerted to the mortal danger that awaits him on the island. [8], Bugs then bumps into a sumo wrestler. [citation needed], Commando Duck (1944) focuses on cementing anti-Japanese stereotypes while using the character of Donald Duck. [9] The Japanese soldiers are repeatedly presented on screen to the tune of the Kimigayo (1870)[9] The ice cream truck scene uses the tune of the opening aria of Papageno, from The Magic Flute (1791) by Mozart. (2015). He celebrates the approach of an American ship and his potential rescue, until he meets a sarong-clad female bunny. They then try to give him a bouquet of flowers as an apology but it has an angry lobster inside. Stalling could intend the scene to represent the United States reaching such a peace. [5], The film opens with Bugs singing from within a crate. After falling from his plane, Popeye also lands on the ‘Jap Scrap Repair Ship’ and it begins to tip. [6] Already in the introduction, Bugs identifies his Pacific island setting as a "garden of Eden and a "Shangri-La". [8], They get served with chocolate-covered ice cream bars embedded with grenades. Somebody: The Reckless Life and Remarkable Career of Marlon Brando. By examining the photographs in the December 22, 1941 edition of Life, it becomes clear that they are a direct form of … [6], Bugs hates being confined to a world of "peace and quiet". Popeye: An Illustrated Cultural History (2nd ed.). [6] The masquerade scene involving the wrestler and the geisha makes use of two relatively harmless civilian-type characters to cast the enemy in a humorous light. The cartoon ends with Popeye flying home with the Japanese sailors locked in a cage behind him, where they start complaining before they "turns" into rats and scurrying around. [7] Bugs' mission is accomplished. Scrap the Japs is a 1942 American anti-Japanese cartoon with the popular character Popeye as protagonist. Having now painted dozens of Japanese flags on the trees, denoting all the downed enemy forces, Bugs comments again about the 'peace and quiet – and if there's one thing I CAN'T stand, it's peace and quiet!'. p. 37. The film was released on November 20, 1942 by Famous Studios, a part of Paramount Studios and focuses on racist stereotypes of the Japanese during the war. The cloud that the Japanese sailor was hidden behind could also represent how good the Japanese were at camouflaging themselves especially when they were in jungle environments. [10] These factors reinforced the idea that the Japanese were a unified mass even if some of them lived in America. Director: Hiroyuki Kitakubo | Stars: Yûki Kudô, Saemi Nakamura, Joe Romersa, Rebecca Forstadt. Rowan, T. (2012) World War II Goes to the Movies & Television Guide. The Review of Politics (Yale University Press) p406, Dower, J.W. Similarly, at the end of the cartoon when all of the Japanese were locked in the cage they resembled squealing mice which could represent their naturally higher pitched voices. For example when Popeye shouts ‘I have never seen a Jap that wasn’t yeller’ this was because the term yellow was rarely used to refer to the Japanese because this could also reflect badly on America’s Asian ally, China. The most similar is You're a Sap, Mr. Jap (1942) in which Popeye spots a broken down fishing boat. The film is about how enemy spies could be anywhere and that you can’t trust anyone. Neil Lerner attempts to decipher Carl Stalling's intentions in quoting Wagner at the end of the battle scenes. He leaps into an amorous pursuit and the film ends. However, Bugs manages to blow up the soldier with the bomb. Popeye then uses a piece of railing from the ship to cut it up like a tin with a can opener before sitting back and eating an ice cream waiting for the ship to crumble. [11] When Bugs professes his hatred of the peace and quiet, demanding someone to get him out of this place, the tune is the Ride of the Valkyries. [5] They resemble a swarm of bees and they are rendered less as human figures and more like a scourge in need of extermination. A Japanese soldier emerges depicted with thick glasses and big teeth to pander to contemporary racist stereotyping in America in an effort to demonise the enemy. Find more Japanese words at wordhippo.com! Library. It follows his adventures after being sent for punishment on a ship and running into Japanese sailors. Grandinetti, F.M. Bugs ducks into a haystack, and soon comes face-to-face with a Japanese soldier; a short, buck-toothed, bare-footed Japanese man who says his 'Ls' as 'Rs' and who might be rapidly stating the names of Japanese cities whenever he moves. tying mops to the propellers) and also paints camouflage onto the ship showing that he is trying to help the war effort. The man is huge with a large stomach, a mustache, a goatee, buck teeth with a large gap between the front teeth, and a Mohawk/ queue hairstyle. 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Shull, M.S. 25 Most Popular Japanese Cartoon Characters posted by Mari, January 15, 2009 updated on June 06, 2015. [5] The Japanese are distinctively othered as physically deformed. This cartoon enemy pack 03 contains 6 monster chracters for 2D side scrolling games. All of the Japanese sailors start beating him but after eating his spinach, he throws his empty spinach can in the water to distract them and they all jump into the water. London: Verso. Popeye has jumped out of a plane without a parachute, and as punishment he has to do a variety of chores to do to keep the ship clean. Eventually, little by little, Private SNAFU starts to reveal information to various characters he meets including a stereotypical looking German women at a bar. Bugs triumphantly shouts "timber" as the man falls. Hollywood Goes to War: Patriotism, Movies and the Second World War from Ninotchka to Mrs Miniver. Shull, M.S. But it must be remembered that ‘this is a typical World War II propaganda cartoon with an ending that’s unpleasant and disturbing when viewed with today’s sensibilities.’[6], There are many similar cartoons that feature anti-Japanese stereotypes. The soldier has buck teeth, a thin mustache, dark eyeglasses, slanted eyebrows and curly, wavy hair. Officials of the Office of War Information (OWI), the propaganda agency, were constantly updating and releasing manuals telling all animation studios how they could help in the war effort and reviewed screenplays of every major studio. London: McFarland & Company, Inc. Kanfer, S. (2008). London: McFarland & Company, Inc. [6] The initial encounter of Bugs with a Japanese soldier presents an optical illusion, that the two share a body. He speaks in Oriental-sounding gibberish, consisting of short syllables spoken in a staccato voice. Hollywood Cartoons: American Animation in its Golden Age. 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