A spider attempts to lure a ladybug into his web. When she manages to escape and hide in a tulip, a storm comes that batters the spider, while the ladybug remains safe.
Movie - Apr 15, 1943
A monkey, a dog, a pheasant, and a bear travel southward after resting in their villages at the foot of Mt. Fuji. A squadron flies to Onigashima under the command of Momotarou. Parachutes blossom in the sky. Momotarou and company will take over the island after a swift and successful mission. The village children pretend parachuting with glee as they run towards Mt. Fuji. (Source: Imagica)
Movie - Apr 12, 1945
Fuku-chan was one of the most popular newspaper comic strip boy-characters in Japan at the time. The film portrays a submarine attack on an enemy cargo ship. Though this, too, was to boost patriotism, Japanese children particularly enjoyed the scenes in which the kitchen crew cooked in the submarine kitchen. Released in November of the same year, the food shortage was quite serious in Japan, and the abundant food supply in the submarine kitchen -- vegetables, fruit, fish, rice, and more which were already luxury items in Japan at the time -- was prepared into various dishes along with a merry, rhythmic song. (Source: AniDB)
Movie - Nov 9, 1944
The first film of the Fuku-chan trilogy. Based on a popular newspaper comic strip at the time, Fuku-chan was re-invented for propaganda use.
Movie - Mar 15, 1942
The second film of the Fuku-chan triology. Based on a popular newspaper comic strip at the time, Fuku-chan was re-invented for propaganda use. In this one Fuku-chan tries to rally up the fighting spirit of the troops.
Movie - Jul 1, 1943