I’ve always wanted to find a copy of a certain Looney Tune for use in class.
It was made in the 1950’s, and features poor European mice coming to visit their rich American cousins, where they learn about consumer sovereignty.
But, I never knew the titles, so they were hard to find.
Thanks to Laura Wilkerson I’ve tracked it down: 1954’ “By Word of Mouse”.
Indeed, Laura’s post mentions 2 more like this that I’ve never seen: “Heir Conditioned” and “Yankee Dood It” from 1955. Apparently these were commissioned by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to be educational and supportive of capitalism.
And … you can buy them all too: