Private Snafu: Three Brothers

Private Snafu: Three Brothers  (1944) 
Fritz Freleng
An American 1944 instruction film, designed to inform service personnel and improve troop morale. Private Snafu is performing the tedious task of sorting boots, and is envying his two brothers' jobs, Tarfu—a pigeon keeper—and Fubar—a dog trainer. Bugs Bunny makes a short appearance.
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PRIVATE
SNAFU

THREE
BROTHERS

Q.M. DEPOT
SHOE DIV.

Nine and a half—Benny. Nine and a half—Charlie. Nine and a half—Benny. Nine and a half—Benny. Nine and a half—Charlie.

Nine and a half—Charlie. Nine and a half—Charlie. Nine and a half—Benny. Nine and a half—Charlie. Nine and a half———David!

Nine and a half—Ben. Nine and a half—Charlie. Nine and a half—Charlie.

Nine and a half—Benny. Nine and a half—Charlie. Benny—Charlie—Charlie—Benny—aah—Benny—shoes—SHOES—SHOES!

What's the matter, pal? You seem perturbed.

Me, I got a moral problem.

Do tell!

Now take me brother Tarfu. That's a guy that's got a swell spot! He's doing things—message setup—codes—secret stuff! Gee, what a lucky guy…

Yeah! Well let's have a look.

Tarfu

USA
M-26

Sincerely
Walter Pigeon

ALERT

What a life! Noise me to a flock of feather dusters!

Oh, brother Fubar! What a break you got!

Best Wishes
Fubar

You remember! The enemy is tough and vicious!

You gotta be twice as tough and vicious! Now get it there, and tear 'em to bits!

K-9
TRAINING CENTER

QUIET

HOSPITAL
ZONE

RESUME
CHASE

Oh, brother Snafu! What I wouldn't give for your job!

Nine and a half—Benny. Nine and a half—Charlie. Nine and a half—Charlie. And Nine and a half for Benny. And Nine and a half for Charlie. And Nine and a half for Benny.

Hey you know, this is an important job I'm doing!

That's my boy who said that!

This work is in the public domain in the United States because it is a work of the United States federal government (see 17 U.S.C. 105).