The best gag in Bob Clampett’s wartime spot-gag cartoon “Wacky Blackout” (1942) is in the opening.titles.
In the first shot, a civil defence worker enforcing blackout rules spots a stretching or dancing woman who’s disobeying the blackout.
In the second shot, he’s not enforcing the blackout. Instead, everyone’s checking out the babe, including a curious neighbourhood dog, cat and mouse.
I’ve removed the credits in the second frame so you can see the drawing better.
The stick-figure idea’s pretty cute, too. Virtually the whole cartoon’s pretty weak.
I haven’t any idea who drew the title cards for Clampett’s unit, which he had just taken over from Tex Avery. Sid Sutherland gets the animation credit here, but you can’t miss Rod Scribner. I suspect Bob McKimson and Virgil Ross are here, too.