prime example of the sort of propaganda being created to appeal to the American people so they wouldn't "turn red": This 1949 Technicolor cartoon is a Cold War-era propaganda film aimed at American workers with the objective of convincing them of their good fortune.
Amos 'n' Andy, Rasslin' Match, USA, 1930s, HD, 1934 animated short film produced by the Van Beuren Studios and directed by Vernon Stallings and starring Charles J. Correll and Freeman F. Gosden as the voices of their popular radio characters, Amos 'n' Andy.
At an orphanage, the children are sad because they received broken toys as gifts. Professor Grampy sees the children while passing by in his sled and has an idea on how to give them a merry Christmas.
Simple Simon uses as rod with a white duck to get a pie up to him. Simon tries to eat the pie and the seller throws him and the duck out and a sign that says "Room For Rent" and closes the door. The Mother Goose characters walk past Simon and are going to the Faire. Simon meets a chef to try his samples. He eats too many samples, much to the annoyance of the chef. He chases Simon and the duck to the Judge’s Stand. The duck wins a contest and the judges chase him as well. Simon climbs up a ladder and jumps in the water. He climbs up a giraffe and jumps past acrobats. Simon is in a shack with a lion. He escapes and saves the chef from the lion, but he continues chasing Simon. Simon disguised himself as an Arabian prince in an attempt to fool him. The duck starts crying because he can’t find Simon. Simon approaches the duck and hugs him. The judges arrive and put coins in Simon's hat for winning the contest. The chef tries to charge at Simon one final time, but the lion chases him away.
Betty, while reading a book of Mother Goose stories, wishes she could visit such a wonderful place. Betty's wish is granted when Mother Goose appears, and gives her a tour of Mother Goose Land. Betty has a wonderful time until Little Miss Muffet's spider chases her, with lecherous ends in mind. All of the characters are terrified of the spider (during which, the Three Blind Mice are revealed to not be blind at all), but the blackbirds from "Sing a Song of Sixpence" come to Betty's rescue by catching the spider in a web and carrying it in the air, using it like a trampoline until the spider falls through the web. Betty wakes up in bed with all the fairy tale characters surrounding her while dancing, and then they jump back into the book, and when Mother Goose tries to imitate Betty's "boop oop a doop" catchphrase, her hat, wig and dentures fall out.