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Russian Rhapsody (Gremlins from the Kremlin)

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Starring
Bea Benaderet Bea Benaderet
Gremlins / Screams
Mel Blanc Mel Blanc
Adolf Hitler / Gremlins
Robert C. Bruce Robert C. Bruce
Radio Announcer


Written by
Lou Lilly Lou Lilly
(story)


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"DIR: Bob Clampett SUMMARY: When Hitler decides to personally pilot a heavy bomber to attack Russia, it's up to the Gremlins from the Kremlin to stop him. WHY IT'S HERE: Bob Clmapett's 'Russian Rhapsody' is a unique cartoon in that it's main star is Hitler himself. Plenty of animated shorts had taken pot-shots at Hitler but none had placed him at the centre of the action. 'Russian Rhapsody was a reaction to the popularity of Clampett's superb 'Falling Hare', in which a gremlin terrorised Bugs"