This one starts out with german soldiers walking the field making military music. They walk the now-forbidden scissor-stride (don’t know the exact english word for it, but you get the point from the pictures. They walk with their legs streched out, not bending their knees). Also everything in the landscape is swastika-shaped. Trees, windmills, bushes, fences, even houses. The “song” they sing is “Der Fuehrers Face”. Lyrics go like this:
“When der Fuehrer says, he is the masterrace
We ‘heil, heil’ right in der Fuehrers Face
Not to love der Fuehrer is a great disgrace
So we ‘heil, heil’ right in der Fuehrers Face
When Herr Göbbel says, we own the world in space
We ‘heil, heil’ right in Herr Göbbels Face
When Herr Goring says, they never bomb this place
We ‘heil, heil’ right in Herr Gorings Face
Is he not a super-man?
Aren’t you a super-man?
Ja he is the super-man
Is this nazi-land so good?
Would you leave it if you could?
Ja this nazi-land is good
We wouldn’t leave it if we could!”
Then the camera pans over to a little house in the land. Inside good-old Donald Duck is sleeping in his pyjamas, doing the Hitler greet asleep as the troops walk by. After greeting Hitler, Mussolini and Hirohito, Donald puts on his brown uniform (at least now we realize he’s in the german army) and dunks a coffee-bean into a cup of water to make it taste like coffee-something. Together with a breeze of “Aroma of Bacon & Eggs” and a stone-hard piece of bread that makes up his breakfast. When the soldiers walk by his door, one steps in and suddenly makes him read from the book “Mein Kampf”. All the chapel soldiers walk in and take him outside with them - only to hit him and make him hold up one of the large instruments they are playing.
The scene then fades into the shot of a smoking industry building, and a narrator speaks the following lines:
“Workers of nazi-land
The glorious priviledge is yours to be a nazi
To work 48 hours a day for the Fuehrer
When the Fuehrer says, we never will be slaves
We ‘heil, heil’, but still we work like slaves
While the Fuehrer frags, lies, rants, and raves
We ‘heil, heil’, and work into our graves”
Donald has to work at the assembly line in this building, assembling bullet shells. The various bullets fly by him faster and faster, always more. When he secretly mumbles something not-so-good against the Fuehrer, guns and bayonets come out from everywhere, yelling at him “Schweinehund, Heil Hitler”. After some more incidents like this, and a short vacation (that means, a background of the alps gets dropped behind him and he gets to do some gym workout for the Fuehrer) Donald freaks out completely.
Suddenly the whole movie turns into a LSD-like horrortrip, with swastikas, bullets and Hitler-lookalikes flying around everywhere and the theme music going completely crazy!
After the horrortrip reaches climax, Donald wakes up in his bed again, this time in his stars-and-stripes pyjamas. Spotting a human shadow with one arm up on the wall, he quickly rises to do the Hitler greet, only to realize at last that the shadows is not a nazi, but a miniature of the statue of liberty standing in his window.
With the words “I am proud to be a citizen of the united states of America” he kisses and hugs her, and the movie fades out.
But it’s got one scene still left, a comic-ish picture of Hitler with the theme song “Der Fuehrer’s Face” playing. A few rotten tomatoes get thrown and mashed at him, and “The End” appears onscreen.